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North Bay & District Community Office

147 McIntyre Street West, Unit 101
North Bay, Ontario
P1B 2Y5
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Phone: 705- 472-9072
Toll-free: 1 888 208-2125
Fax: 705-472-9084
Email: northbay@ontario.cancer.ca


Hours of operation:
Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 

Serving the communities of:
Burk's Falls, Magnetawan and area, Mattawa, Parry Sound, Powassan, South River, Sundridge, Temiskaming Shores, and West Nipissing.


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Upcoming Events for 2015

  

Daffodil Month - April 1 -30

  • Daffodil Pin Site Sells - April 9-11

Relay For Life

  • Sturgeon Falls, West Nipissing Recreation Cente, June 6, 6 p.m. -12 a.m.
  • North Bay, 22 Wing CFB, Athletic Field, June 12, 6 p.m. - 12 a.m.
  • Sundridge, Strong Agricultical Grounds, June 19 & 20, 7 p.m. - 7 a.m.

Be a Cancer Fighter

Get started now by visiting www.cancer.ca/Fundraise

 

Please contact Susan Plamondon, Fundraising Coordinator, 705 472-9072 ext 3733 - splamondon@ontario.cancer.ca for more information.

 

Volunteer opportunities & messages

Use your cancer experience to help others.

Peer support volunteers know what it’s like to live with cancer because they are cancer survivors or were caregivers to someone with cancer. Through CancerConnection, our nationwide telephone support program, peer support volunteers offer encouragement, compassion and practical support – from diagnosis, throughout treatment and beyond – to the person living with cancer and their family. 

The Society also offers adult support groups in many communities across Canada. The types of groups available in each area may vary. Some groups are specific to one type of cancer, while others may offer general support for people living with cancer. 

Peer support volunteers are matched based on factors such as type of cancer, sex, treatment, side effects, relationship to the person who is diagnosed, age and family situation. All volunteers receive extensive training and ongoing support.

 

The Canadian Cancer Society is here to help people living with cancer. If you’ve been through cancer, either as a survivor or caregiver, you can offer hope and support to others. As a trained volunteer, you will draw upon your own cancer experience to offer encouragement, compassion and helpful information to adults living with cancer and those caring for a loved one with cancer.

 

Last year (2011 – 2012) in Ontario, 600 volunteers supported 2,660 people. If you’d like to turn your cancer experience into hope for others.

 

Contact Debbie Marson, Volunteer Engagement Coordinator - 705-472-9072x3737  - dmarson@ontario.cancer.ca for information on how to become a Peer To Peer Support Volunteer.

 

 

Ongoing opportunities

Share your valuable time and talents as a volunteer with the Canadian Cancer Society.

 

We are seeking volunteers in the following areas:

 

  • Drivers: Assist clients in getting to and from cancer treatment and appointments
  • Special Events: Help with planning, set up, event day or volunteer recruitment
  • Office: Administrative, reception and data entry assistance
  • Outreach: Help raise awareness about cancer and the Canadian Cancer Society
  • Advocacy: Promote changes to public policy related to awareness and prevention
  • Financial: Assist with financial management at fundraising events

Download our volunteer pamphlet (PDF)

Apply now!

To learn more about any of these opportunities, call or email today. We would love to welcome you to our team!

 

Email Debbie Marson, Volunteer Engagement Coordinator at dmarson@ontario.cancer.ca or call:  705-472-9072 ext 3737, toll free: 1-888-208-2125