NAMI Fond du Lac greatly appreciates the work of its volunteers. We would not be a valued community resource without your help. We may be seeking help in the following areas:
- Office/Clerical Help– Volunteers are needed for tasks such as photocopying and collating group materials, filing, short-term projects, or preparing mailings. Time needed is flexible.
- Marketing/Public Relations – Raise and promote public awareness of NAMI Fond du Lac services and classes through marketing activities and media contacts. Help is also appreciated with design of advertisements and posters.
- Special Events– Assist with the annual raffle, MIAW activity, or December Holiday Party. Help with planning, decorating, or serving the meal
- Develop Funding Resources– Assist in planning an annual fundraiser, grant-writing or making community contacts, or membership recruitment.
- Materials Needed– Office supplies, copier paper (white and colored), stamps, cleaning supplies, games for young adults, and art/craft supplies.
- Legislative Advocate– Contact local and state legislators about issues related to mental illness.
- Family-to-Family Facilitator– Applicants must graduate from the Family-to-Family Course, complete a separate application and attend training provided by NAMI.
- In Our Own Voice Speaker– Complete separate application and attend training provided by NAMI to do community presentations about your experience of recovery and living with a mental illness.
- Peer-to-Peer Mentor– Applicants must graduate from the Peer-to-Peer Course, complete a separate application and complete training provided by NAMI.
- Support Group Facilitator– Applicants must be attending a NAMI support group. Must complete a separate application and attend training provided by NAMI.
If you’re interested in volunteering, please Fill out our application form here. Forms can be emailed or mailed back to us.
Address: 21 E 2nd St. Ste #104 Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54935
NAMI Fond du Lac strives to support and empower every person, young and old, touched by mental illness. We are committed to removing stigma and nurturing recovery through advocacy, education, and outreach.
We visualize a community, free of stigma, that supports mental health and encourages recovery.