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Simcoe-Muskoka Community Office

15 Cedar Pointe Dr., Unit 22

Barrie, Ontario, L4N 5R7

Phone: 705-726-8032

Toll-free: 1 800 338-6610

Fax: 705-726-4073

Email: simcoemuskoka@ontario.cancer.ca

Hours of operation:

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

Serving the communities of:

Alliston, Barrie, Beeton, Bracebridge, Gravenhurst, Huntsville, Innisfil, Midland, Orillia, Ramara, Tottenham, and Wasaga Beach/Clearview areas.

How to find us:

  • Tweets
  • News and announcements

    Check back for news and announcements.

  • Volunteer opportunities

    One-time or short term roles



    Daffodil Pin Sales Volunteers

    Every April, hundreds of volunteers are needed to bring awareness and make a difference in the fight against cancer.  We are looking for volunteers to help out in their own communities to sell daffodil pins. To schedule a shift or two visit here



    Residential Canvassers

    Our residential canvassers act as ambassadors for the Society as they canvass their local neighbourhood to help secure donations for lifesaving cancer research.  They are able to provide a receipt instantly for donations of cash or cheque. This campaign takes place in all of our local communities for the entire month of April. Apply now!

    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. Apply now!

    Few hours each month



    Volunteer Drivers

    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 growing service and we are always looking for new drivers to help cancer patients. Apply now!



    Relay For Life Committee 

    Being a part of the Relay For Life Committee is a great way to give back to your local community while also working closely with other passionate and committed leaders in the area. Apply now!

    Public Issues

    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. Apply now!

    Outreach Volunteers

    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 other settings.  Apply now!

    For more information

    If you are interested in learning more about any of these positions, please connect with Amanda Delgado at (705) 726-8032 ext. 3223, or toll-free at 1 800 338-6610 or amanda.delgado@ontario.cancer.ca.

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