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Join a leadership group

At every level of the organization, the Society offers ways to be involved as a leader – whether it’s as a member of the national or provincial boards, regional or local councils or advisory groups and committees. Leadership volunteers offer strategic and tactical guidance and share their professional skills and networks to advance the mission of the organization. Responsibilities may also include assisting with engaging volunteers, securing sponsorships, developing partnerships and advancing relations with business and government entities, as well as representing the Canadian Cancer Society at community events.

  • Opportunities in Saskatchewan

    Susan Holmes, leadership volunteer

    Chair, Canadian Cancer Society in Saskatchewan volunteer board

    Relay For Life leadership committee member

    One of our most popular leadership volunteer opportunities is as a member of your local Relay For Life leadership committee.

    The Canadian Cancer Society Relay For Life is so much more than just a fundraising event — it’s a life-changing experience that brings together more than 200,000 people throughout Canada each year. Be a part of the leadership that brings this special experience to your community.

    Volunteer as a committee member and work with a great team of volunteers to create an unforgettable event experience for your community. As a member of one of the planning committees, you will have access to our online learning and community website for Relay For Life committee members across the province where you can:

    • share your knowledge
    • learn new skills
    • meet new people

    Apply now!

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Providing rides to cancer treatment

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For more than 50 years, the Canadian Cancer Society’s transportation program has enabled patients to focus their energy on fighting cancer and not on worrying about how they will get to treatment.

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