Canadian Cancer Society is looking for volunteers to help with our Pink Ribbon Street Sales Campaign.
Volunteers will be responsible for a minimum 2 hour shift at a local retail location.
Site Locations could be inside or outside, standing or sitting.
Volunteers will give out pink ribbons and take a donation.
Debit/Credit machines will be available to take donations at select locations.
You must be able to get to your shift via your own transportation measures.
This is a great option for student community volunteer hours.
Check out the volunteer sites and shifts available at this link or call 519-332-0042 to book your shift.
Shifts Available on
Sept 26, 27, 28, 29
October 11, 12, 17, 18, 19
We are looking for 4 team captains that can help us out in the Sarnia area.
Captains will be responsible for setting up the Pink Ribbon Street Sales sites at a variety of locations.
Captains will be the main point of contact on their assigned dates & locations.
Captains will clean up and take down sites.
Captains will need to get the funds raised to the CCS office.
You must be bondable.
You must have transportation.
Please contact the Canadian Cancer Society office at 519-332-0042 or lambton@Ontario.cancer.ca
Dates for this years campaign include
Week 1: September 26, 27,28, 29
Week 2: October 11, 12
Or Week 3: October 17 18 19
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.
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!
Are you interested in working with Children and Youth?
Do you have a teachable skill?
Interested in Fundraising? Board membership? Administrative opportunities?
Our volunteer opportunities allow you to use your expertise and knowledge, while giving back to the community.
As a volunteer in our Club you will:
Interact with clients as they participate in various activities.
Lead and supervise program activities ranging from fitness activities, cooking, arts etc.
Enhance your skills, add to your resume, and most importantly, have fun
How to Apply
Applicants must be at least 14 years old to volunteer.
Download and fill out the Volunteer Application form. Return to the Club by mail or in person to – 180 College Ave N, Sarnia ON N7T 7X2 (lower level, Forsythe St entrance) or by Email – email@example.com
Attend an interview
Reference Check – All references listed on the application will be contacted. You can also include letters of reference if you have them. You can provide references, for example, from employers, teachers, coaches, co- workers, friends, neighbours, etc. Family members can not be used as a reference.
Applicants who are 18 years old or older will have to complete a Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC) relevant to their duties at the Club. The cost of the PVSC will be reimbursed to volunteers by the Club. This step can be done in person through your local police service
Once the above steps have been completed, you can begin volunteering according to the schedule you chose.
Placement opportunities are available for students who are currently involved in a high school, college or university programs that require a placement as part of their curriculum. The placement opportunities available at the Boys and Girls Club of Sarnia-Lambton focus mainly on program support but are dictated by the requirements of the placement and the needs of our organization. If you are interested in doing your student placement with Boys & Girls Club of Sarnia please contact Lisa Lanouette, Program Coordinator – firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you an energetic person looking for something to do this summer? Do you enjoy working with children? If you are ready to make a difference in the life of a child or youth, this opportunity is perfect for you!
For more information on the program click here http://www.pathwayscentre.org/page/ican-bike
Assistance needed for Secret Santa Shoppe: assist children with shopping for their family, serving in the café area where parents wait, decorating cookies, etc.
Shifts are as follows:
|Shifts for Secret Santa||Shoppe||Café|
|Friday Nov 16||2-430||2-430||430-7|
|Saturday Nov 17||930-1||1-5||930-1||1-5|
|Sunday Nov 18||1030-1||1-4||1030-1||1-4|
|Friday Nov 23 (PD Day)||930-12||12-3||3-7||930-12||12-3||3-7|
|Sat Nov 24||930-1||1-5||930-1||1-5|
|Sun Nov 25||1030-2||2-6||1030-2||2-6|