The MS Society is currently looking for people to have fun and help at Bingo!
This position would be ideal for someone who has a flexible schedule. Bingo’s occur twice a month for two hour time slots.
No handling of cash is required and all training will be provided.
Dress code is in effect as per OLG, and OCGA regulations.
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Be a leader in your community by helping plan and execute local fundraising events for the MS Society of Canada.
Committee members help to plan, recruit volunteers, find sponsors, plan and execute the logistical elements of local fundraising events including Mandarin MS Walk, MS Carnation Campaign and more!
We are looking for people with experience in, or looking to enhance their skills in areas including:
If you are interested, please contact Melissa McLeod, Coordinator Fund Development at firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume, area of interest, event of interest and how you think you can help the MS Society enhance the lives of those living with multiple sclerosis through fundraising.
Volunteers needed for Juke Box Challenge held each March. We need outgoing, proactive and organized volunteers to join our committee, help plan & work on the night of the event. Don’t want a long term commitment? That’s okay because we need many “night of” volunteers. If this interests you, please give us a call or send us an email. There may also be other times of the year when you could help. Let’s talk and explore possibilities.
Fund Raising/Community Relations: Upcoming events
With nearly 1 in 2 Canadians expected to be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime, cancer affects us all — but it’s something we can face together. Daffodil days is your chance to show those affected by cancer in our communities that they’re not alone.
By volunteering for a minimum of 2 hours this April, you can help fund Canada’s most promising research, vital support services for patients and their families, and other important work that could change the future of cancer.
Volunteers are asked to register for a minimum of 2 hours on one of the available days and locations in Sarnia Lambton.
Volunteers will stand or sit (depending on the site) for their shift and take donations for the Canadian Cancer Society
Volunteers will give a daffodil pin to donors.
Volunteers will be asked to be polite, kind, and able to be sociable. You will be working with the general public.
Volunteers can sign up with friends and family.
Note: some locations will also have a Debit machine (training will be provided)
Get registered by logging onto our On Line Scheduler or by calling 519-332-0042
For 80 years, the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) has been Canada’s cancer voice and leading authority on the disease. We’re the only organization that fights all types of cancer, supports and advocates for patients and their families, and champions those who care about a future where no Canadian fears cancer.
Daffodil Month, held every April, is our national fundraising campaign. Monies raised allow us to continue our critical work in the fight against cancer.
The daffodil is resilient. It survives our harsh winters and is the first flower to bloom in the spring, a time of renewal and hope. For those living with cancer, the daffodil is a symbol of strength, courage and life. Together, Canadians rally around this symbol every year in support of world-class research and support services.
When the ones you love are diagnosed with or die from cancer, friends and family often want to do something to help or honour them. Fundraising enables change and we can all have a part in advancing the cancer cause through our generosity. This April, at the Canadian Cancer Society, we want you to know Daffodil Month is a special opportunity to make a difference.
We are in need of 3-4 per weekend for Daffodil Month Captains who will be responsible for….
we are looking for volunteers to do this role in Sarnia April 4-7 and/ or April 11-14
Each captain will be responsible for approximately 4 different sites ie) Walmart, LCBO, Superstore etc..
You will be given a schedule of each site, times, supplies and volunteer information.
You will need to be bondable.
Here is how the days will go:
This is a very important role during our Daffodil Month Campaign.
Fundraising and Sponsorship Lead
* Find donations for the event from local businesses and community members. They can be either monetary or specific items needed for the event (food, sound equipment)
* Meet with your committee to determine needs for the different aspects of the event
* Review the Donation Request Workbook to ensure proper procedure for seeking donations and sponsorship
* Work in close relationship with the finance lead and event chairs
* Lead additional sources of revenue – Pre-Relay Activities
Volunteers Needed For Pigs of Hope Campaign
Looking to give back during the holidays? We are looking for volunteers to help us with the success of our Pigs of Hope campaign!
The Pigs of Hope campaign raises funds for the Canadian Cancer Society’s Wheels of Hope transportation program, which provides our neighbours to cancer-related appointments.
We need to get our piggies adopted for the holidays! People can adopt a piggy (bank), name it, dress it up and bring it to all their holiday parties! Feed it well and return it after the holidays with a full belly.
Volunteers needed to help with this fun and rewarding campaign! Help us get these piggies out in the community!
For more information, please email Theresa!
Volunteers need for TAG DAY Event on Friday May 8/15 from 12 pm -3 pm and 3 pm -6 pm. May 9/15 from 10 am – 1pm and 1 pm -4 pm, different store front location in Sarnia, Bright’s Grove and Corunna, Please contact Lynn 519-344-1746 ex 310, email@example.com