Benefits of Volunteering
We know being an adult with ADHD or caring for a child (or children) with ADHD is time and energy intensive.
But we also know that connecting with others who understand the condition, but share a common goal of helping others, is good medicine for the mind and body. Yes, there are studies on this! So take a chance, step out of your comfort zone and volunteer even if you can only give a small amount of time.
Give us a call (610-429-4060), shoot us an email or contact us through the website or Facebook. We'll be sure to get back to you.
Even if you have no time to volunteer, you can help our chapter by becoming a CHADD member. In addition to all the membership benefits you receive by joining, our chapter will receive a portion of your membership fee.
By joining, you will be helping CHADD National and Chester County/ Main Line CHADD in advocating and supporting the ADHD community.