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Durham Region Community Office

111 Simcoe Street North, Unit 201

Oshawa, Ontario

L1G 4S4

Phone: 905-434-6405

Toll-free: 1 800 668-7830

Fax: 905-434-3696

Email: durham@ontario.cancer.ca

Hours of operation:

Tuesday to Thursday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Serving the communities of:

Ajax, Brock Township, Clarington, Oshawa, Pickering, Scugog, Uxbridge Township and Whitby.  

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  • Events

    9th Annual Pink in the Rink - Saturday February 3, 2018

    Watch the Oshawa Generals take on the Peterborough Pete's at Pink in the Rink! The Canadian Cancer Society is excited to be working together with the Peterborough Pete's to make an impact against women's cancers. Pink in the Rink 2018 will focus on fundraising for cancer research including ovarian, cervical, uterine and breast cancer.
    Over the past 8 years, Pink in the Rink has raised over $529,000. The goal for the 2018 event is $60,000 and with the help of this great community we can help save the lives of those we hold close to our hearts...our mothers, daughters, sisters, grandmothers, wives and friends.

    Over the past nine years we have been fortunate to have amazing honorary chairs who have joined us by not only raising money but by sharing their personal stories to help us raise awareness for the event. This year is no different with 3 local community members agreeing to be part of Pink in the Rink. Thank you to Gary and Pete Dalliday, as well as Victoria Sotoriadis for joining us this year as our honorary chairs.

    Tickets for the February 3rd Pink in the Rink game are available at the Cancer Society office for $20 each and $7 will go towards Pink in the Rink. For more ticket information, call 1-800-463-0432.

    You won’t just get a great hockey game against the Oshawa Generals, you’ll also get a pre-game silent auction, chuck a ball and a chance to bid on game worn jerseys from your favourite Petes stars.

    Visit www.cancer.ca/pinkintherink for more information.

    Pete's Night

    The Pete’s are hot and so is the food at Kelsey’s and Montana’s Cookhouse. See how the Petes move without skates as they take your orders and serve you dinner, on Wednesday January 10th from 5:30 – 8:30.  Get your limited addition Pink In The Rink t-shirts for $10 each, and collect players signatures.  It all happens at Pete’s Night at Kelsey’s and Montana’s January 10th, getting you ready for Pink in the Rink supporting the Canadian Cancer Society on February 3rd.  Get your pink on!

  • Volunteer opportunities

    Fundraising Roles:

    Various volunteer roles area available during Daffodil Days, Residential Canvass, Relay for Life Clarington, Relay for Life Durham, and Mudmoiselle.

    Call 905-434-6405 or 1-800-668-7830.

    Daffodil Days - Month of April

    Residential Canvass - Month of April

    Relay for Life Durham - June 9, 2018

    Relay for Life Clarington - June 23, 2018

    Mudmoiselle - July 7, 2018

    Programs and Service Roles:

    Wheels of Hope Volunteer Drivers

    Volunteer Drivers are needed in all our Durham areas. Our drivers take clients to their cancer related appointments and treatments in Oshawa, Ajax, and Toronto. Drivers can choose the day(s) that they drive and what hospitals they go to. Potential volunteers must have a 100% smoke free vehicle, a least $1 million third party liability, a clean Criminal Reference Check and no more than 3 demerit points. Drivers are reimbursed mileage and training is provided. We ask that drivers are available at least one day per week.

    Presentation and Display Volunteers

    Through presentation and displays that focus on screening and prevention, volunteers share our message to local residents. Volunteers can choose to do both presentation and display or focus on one area only. all presentation and display materials are provided through our community office and training is provided. Time commitment varies depending on the number of requests we receive.

    Administrative Roles:

    Reception Volunteers

    Our office is currently recruiting a volunteer with administrative skills for Thursday mornings and afternoons. Duties include working with databases, Excel and Word as well as greeting visitors and answering the phones. Strong computer and customer skills are required.

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