IDF Volunteer Network



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IDF Volunteer Network Updates

Watch for new opportunities, new possibilities and new ways to use your skills to help the IDF community!

Be a Part of the IDF Volunteer Network – Raise Your Hand…Volunteer for IDF!

The Immune Deficiency Foundation (IDF) has a nationwide network of dedicated volunteers committed to making a difference by supporting the mission of IDF. Whether you want to increase awareness of primary immunodeficiency diseases (PI), distribute IDF resources in your local community, offer encouragement and understanding to others as they live with PI, participate in a Walk for PI, or advocate for public policy, there is an opportunity for you.

Volunteers contribute to the overall mission of IDF by providing another layer of compassion and skill to our team. We have many opportunities for you to enrich the lives of others. Your time is valuable; therefore, flexible options for even the busiest people are available through our Volunteer Network.

What Can I Do To Help?

  • Join the Movement and Improve the Lives of Others
    Volunteer through the IDF Outreach Initiative as an IDF Outreach Liaison or an IDF Get Connected Leader. Visit the IDF Outreach Initiative page to learn more about this exciting NEW program!
  • Support Individuals in the PI Community
    IDF Friends Moderators provide a welcoming and safe environment for individuals living with PI and family members at IDF Friends, our social network for individuals and family members living with PI, by welcoming new members, contributing to discussions and posting messages.

    IDF Peer Supporters provide one-to-one support via email or phone as the need arises to individuals with PI and family members.

  • Help Our Staff With IDF Events
    Walk for PI Committee Members join an IDF Walk for PI committee.

    IDF Education Event Facilitators help at state-level education events by greeting attendees, introducing presenters, taking photographs or leading a person-to-person session.

    IDF Plasma Partners Program Visitors are individuals with PI currently receiving Ig therapy or an immediate family member. They speak to groups of staff and donors at plasma centers about their lifesaving commitment to the PI community.

  • Make a Difference Through Advocacy
    IDF Advocacy Leaders schedule meetings with legislators and/or community leaders to educate them about state and federal legislative issues related to PI.
Interested in Joining the IDF Volunteer Network?

Download and complete the Volunteer Application (PDF). Questions? Contact us at 800-296-4433 or volunteer@primaryimmune.org.