Be a Cancer fighter
Consider becoming a Cancer Fighter by hosting your own fundraiser. You pick the fundraiser - Golf Tournament, sporting event, head shaving/hair cutting, concert, bake sale or your own creative idea - we'll help you make it happen! Contact your Community Fundraising specialist Jessica Darling Roback at 613-267-1058 ext 3655
Tell us about your talents and the skills you would like to gain and we will match to you to an interesting volunteer position. Contact us at email@example.com or call (613) 267-1058 ext 3655
Residential Canvassers NEEDED - You can make an impact against cancer by giving just three hours of your time in the month of April, visiting your neighbours and collecting donations for the Canadian Cancer Society. If you would like to be a Residential Canvasser in April 2016,
Daffodil Month - Volunteer Pin Sellers Needed
This April, by volunteering just a few hours of your time to sell Daffodil Pins in support of our Daffodil Month campaign, you will be saving lives and helping people who are living with cancer.
Daffodil Days will take place on the following weekends: March 31st – April 3rd and April 7th-10th. Please register for as many shifts as able and encourage your friends, neighbors and family to volunteer with you! With your help we can make a difference. Contact our office at: 613-267-1058 * 3655 Jessica.firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Help - Greet visitors / answer phones, enter data etc. Currently looking for Monday afternoon and Tuesday afternoon.
Community Connectors - Community Representatives
We are looking for volunteers to steward on behalf of the Canadian Cancer Society in their community, cultivate personal, community and corporate relations, increase the Society’s visibility, promote programs and services, Participate in fundraising initiatives such as Community Partnerships as well as individual and corporate giving, identify key opportunities for the Society to connect with people through health fairs or community gatherings.
Volunteer Drivers - We are looking for volunteer drivers to take clients to and from their cancer related treatments.
Advocacy – write letters and make presentations to elected Government officials to promote healthy public policy.
Prevention Volunteers – receive training to give presentations on preventing many different types of cancer.
Peer Support Volunteers (caregivers and survivors at least 1 year beyond active treatment), especially the following cancers: Lymphoma, Colon, Pancreatic, Liver, Brain, Osteosarcoma, Bone, Thyroid, Ovarian, Leukemia, Prostate, Malignant Melanoma
- Coordinator – help inquire about places where the Society can do presentations and/or displays and coordinate the activities.
- Display Volunteer – set up and man display booths as required.
- Materials Distribution – monitor and stock brochures and information.