Featured volunteer leaders
Find inspiration in the words of others who care about the health of families.
Dr. Diana Ramos
Volunteer awards and recipients
Volunteer leaders have always been a vital factor in March of Dimes success, past, present and future. In recognition of the critical role these volunteers play, we are pleased to share our national volunteer leadership award recipients for 2022.
These awards celebrate outstanding leadership in raising revenue and awareness, creating a mission impact and working in partnership with volunteer leaders for healthy moms and strong babies.
Volunteer Wall of Appreciation
March of Dimes is a volunteer led and staff supported organization. Volunteers are critical to our success and make a difference for families and babies. Say thank you for sharing their time, skills and network by leaving a message of appreciation. We are grateful for the impact our volunteers make in the fight for every mom and baby!
Meet the National Collegiate Leadership Council
The members of the National Collegiate Leadership Council drive growth, movement and mission impact on their campuses and in their community striving to connect younger audiences to March of Dimes through local and national education, awareness-building, advocacy and fundraising initiatives and campaigns that move the mission of March of Dimes forward.
Be a Leader in the Movement
Leverage your leadership, experience and network to support the health of all families by committing to a longer-term volunteer role. Volunteer Leaders support our work at the local and/or national levels through Market Boards, Event Leadership and professional committee roles in Maternal and Child Health or Advocacy. Please connect with us to learn more about these challenging and rewarding volunteer leadership opportunities and the requirements to be considered.
Feel free to connect with your staff partner or contact us if you have any questions.
Carole Fell, Director, Volunteer Leadership Development, Volunteer Engagement and Mobilization Department.
[email protected] or (571) 351-5996