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Community offices are at the heart of planning and implementing Society fundraising activities, delivering services, promoting healthy public policies and educating the public about cancer and prevention. Society offices support community work by delivering programs and support materials and engaging in advocacy work with the government.
Office volunteers play a vital role in the day-to-day support of community office teams. Volunteers often work on a regular basis and provide assistance with data entry, filing, photocopying and posting mail. Additional tasks can include processing donations, preparing receipts, greeting the public, answering phones, providing information and pitching in with events and projects.
The Canadian Cancer Society operates two offices in the province, and also a Transportation Service office.
Canadian Cancer Society, Manitoba Division (Division Office)
193 Sherbrook Street
Winnipeg, MB R3C 2B7
Phone: (204) 774-7483
Toll Free: 1-888-532-6982
Fax: (204) 774-7500
Canadian Cancer Society, Manitoba Division (Brandon Office)
415 - 1st Street
Brandon, MB R7A 2W8
Phone: (204) 571-2800
Toll Free: 1-888-857-6658
Fax: (204) 726-9403
Canadian Cancer Society, Manitoba Division (Transportation Office)
(located in the CancerCare Building)
675 McDermot Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R3E 0V9
Phone: (204) 787-4121
Fax: (204) 787-4138
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The Canadian Cancer Society’s Cancer Information Service (CIS) is Canada’s only national, bilingual, toll-free service that offers personalized comprehensive cancer information in over 100 languages.