Become a Volunteer
Volunteering for the MG Walk is a wonderful way to come together and support the mission of Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America. We have a variety of jobs to accommodate your skills and interests. We also have opportunities for groups, such as school or church groups, to volunteer at MG Walk. As a volunteer, you can make an impact and be MG STRONG.
Volunteer shifts typically last 3-6 hours and there will be a COVID-19 protocol in place that we will ask all volunteers to follow.

Volunteer Positions

Specialized positions: 

Are you certified in First Aid or a licensed medial professional? Do you DJ in your spare time, sing or practice face painting? Are you interested in being an official photographer for the event? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, please be sure to indicate your interest in volunteering in a special capacity when you complete the volunteer registration form.

Welcome, Check-In & Registration

Greet walkers and assist with packet pick-up and general information. Assist walkers in completing online check-in or registration. Welcome, check-in and assist with deploying all volunteers for MG Walk. Attention to detail and a friendly smile are very important.

 Site Support

Great opportunity for groups. Site support volunteers make the magic happen throughout the site area. Assist MG Walk staff with event site set-up, including setting up tables and chairs, hanging signage, dressing tables, and other aspects of site prep before the site officially opens for walkers. Provide support for and interact with walkers, spectators, staff, vendors and sponsors. Site support may require sitting, standing and lifting. You may be asked to assist with parking and traffic support, mission area support, start and finish line duties, or assisting at photo op stations.  Pack-Up tasks include breaking down all site elements and helping to leave the site cleaner than we found it.

Route Support

The Route Support volunteers fill a variety of roles along the course for MG Walk.

  • Work on the route marking team placing directional signage along the route.
  • During the walk, acts as course marshals at designated spots along the route to cheer on walkers and confirm the route direction. Course marshals do stand for long periods of time.
  • Help set up and run a rest stop along the route, providing water and snacks to walkers. Must be able to lift 20 lbs.
  • One designated volunteer wil act as the caboose, following behind the last walker on foot or on a bicycle. The caboose must be able to walk at a 3MPH pace.