Contact: Karen at 905-830-0447 x 3833, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please use the online scheduler to book shifts for Daffodil Street Sales in April, Relay For Life in June and Pink Ribbon in October
Online volunteer Scheduler: http://hollandriver.myccsschedule.ca/
Daffodil Pin Sales Volunteers
Taking place March 31, April 1 &2, April 7,8 & 9, April 20,21,22 & 23 and April
27,28,29 & 30th
Book 2 or 3 hour shifts at a local retail outlet to make a difference in the fight against cancer. Volunteers will help support the selling of the daffodil pins and flowers in the Holland River Community. Book your shift using
the link above.
Our residential canvassers act as ambassadors for the Society as they canvass their local street. These funds help secure donations for lifesaving cancer research. You are able to provide a receipt instantly for donations of cash and/or cheques.
Relay For Life Committee
As part of the Relay For Life Committee you will be an integral part of participant recruitment and the face of Relay For Life. You will assist in the promotion of Relay For Life in a fun and exciting way by helping to increase the number of participants for Relay For Life through outreach, recruitment opportunities, community engagement and event promotion.
Relay For Life Event Day Volunteers
Your role as Relay For Life event day volunteer allows you to be part of a dynamic group of volunteers who will bring Relay For Life to life ensuring an exceptional, safe and fun event experience to all participants on event day. Sign up today to volunteer as an Event Crew.
Pink Ribbon Pin Sale Volunteers
In October we support Breast Cancer Awareness Month with our Pink Ribbon Campaign. Volunteers can sign up with a friend or family member for a 2 or 3 hour shift. When someone makes a donation the volunteer will present a PINK RIBBON as a thank you. Sign up through our online scheduler.
Volunteer drivers take cancer patients to and from their cancer-related appointments. We are looking for individuals to volunteer for one day a week (Monday to Friday) with their own reliable vehicle. This is a flexible program based on your schedule and we are always looking for new drivers to drive cancer patients.
We are looking for volunteers to work with our local branches of government to help implement policies and bills that will alleviate some of the hazards that may have a direct correlation to a cancer diagnosis. In this role you should have the ability to work independently and have excellent communication skills.
Deliver presentations about the Canadian Cancer Society and/or health promotion messages to the general public. To also plan, set up and/or staff Canadian Cancer Society displays in key community outlets including, malls, libraries, schools, community centres and businesses. We need someone to help us recruit and set up appointments for health, wellness and prevention presentations.
Peer Support is the term used to describe the one-to-one and group support services offered through the Canadian Cancer Society. It is essentially experienced cancer patients and caregivers providing support and information to diagnosed cancer patients and caregivers.
Our goal is to provide all people living with cancer, their families and caregivers who wish it, convenient and equitable access to Peer Support. If you are a cancer survivor and your treatment was at least 12 months ago and less than 10 years then you would qualify to become a Peer Support volunteer.