Want to get involved with the IOCDF?
Whether you're looking to stay informed, become an advocate, connect with the community, or raise funds, the IOCDF has opportunities available for you! Here are just a few of the ways that you can become involved.
Become a Grassroots Advocate
At the IOCDF, we get many requests from members of the OCD community who want to know what they can do to help. Whether it means joining the One Million Steps for OCD Walk each year, speaking at a local affiliate event, or even blogging about your experiences — being a Grassroots Advocate means joining a community of people who want to raise awareness and educate the public about obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and related disorders. Become a Grassroots Advocate and start spreading awareness!.
Share Your Story
Have you or a loved one been affected by OCD or a related disorder? By sharing your story you can help to educate others about OCD as well as provide support and encouragement to those who may be having similar experiences. We welcome submissions from those living with OCD or a related disorder, their family/friends, researchers, and medical professionals. Share your story with us today!
Organize Your Own Fundraiser to Benefit the IOCDF
There are many ways to help support the IOCDF in your community through grassroots advocacy and fundraising, ranging from hosting a House Party, to starting a walk team in our annual One Million Steps for OCD Walk. Learn more about how you can raise money to support the programs of the IOCDF.
Remember to let us know what you’re doing to help the IOCDF on social media. IOCDF development staff are always available to help speak with you prior to launching your fundraising efforts. Email us for help at: email@example.com.
Volunteer at the IOCDF
Whether volunteering at our national headquarters, local affiliates, or even at our Annual OCD Conference, our volunteers are an important part of our success. Learn more about volunteer opportunities.
Attend an IOCDF Event
Events such as our Annual OCD Conference, 1 Million Steps 4 OCD Walk, and OCD Awareness Week, are an opportunity to learn about OCD while being part of a close-knit community of those with OCD, their family members, and mental health professionals. Learn about IOCDF community events and programs.
Make a Donation
The International OCD Foundation is supported entirely through the generosity of individual donors. Every gift made to the IOCDF makes a difference, no matter how large or small, each has an impact on our work. There is strength in numbers. The collective generosity of our donors makes a huge impact! Donate to the IOCDF's general fund to support all of our programs.