Volunteer roles

Volunteers are essential to the work we do to lead Minnesota’s fight to stop HIV through prevention, advocacy, awareness and services. Every year, hundreds of dedicated volunteers donate their time, skills and energy to help in the fight against HIV. Minnesota AIDS Project volunteers engage in outreach and education, advocacy and awareness, fundraising and events, and in countless other projects around the agency. We have both short and long term opportunities for both individuals and groups.

If you would like to get involved please click the sign-up button next to the role(s) that interest you.

In addition to our regular volunteer roles below, we are always on the lookout for volunteers with specific professional skills. In particular we're seeking volunteers with experience in graphic design, grantwriting, phone banking, event planning, data management, marketing and photography. If you have skills and experience in any of these areas and would like to learn more about applying them to assist Minnesota AIDS Project, please or call 612-341-2060.



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