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    2020 Mother's Day Walk Victoria

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    **Please only select your top 2 choices.

    Thank you for joining the Breast Cancer Society of Canada's annual Mother's Day Walk volunteer team. Get ready to make a positive and lasting impact in the lives of those affected by breast cancer, even just a few hours of your time will make a difference!

    A high energy event like this requires many volunteers to fill a variety of roles. Our aim is to make participants feel welcome and keep them energized throughout the entire day. Shifts are generally 5 to 6 hours in length and are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Don't miss out, make sure to choose your preferred role today!

    Many of the shifts are completed before the walk begins making it possible to volunteer, raise funds and participate in the walk. Just let us know if you'd like to walk as well so that we can schedule accordingly.

    "Pinking it up" at the walk is HIGHLY encouraged!

    * NOTE: We will do our very best to accommodate your choice of role. Your flexibility is appreciated, allowing us to ensure all roles are covered on event day.

    **To give all applicants a chance, please remember to only select your top 2 choices.

    Thank you!


    • May 2020
      10 shifts
      7:00 am start

    Opportunity Roles

    Set Up: Tents, Tables, Signage

    You are the first ones on the scene! We need your muscles to help set up the tents that will give us shelter from the elements. Help with offloading equipment, tables and chairs. Post signs, arrange decorations and handle other details required to make it a day to remember! Required: strong backs, ability to lift and carry items of a moderate weight (up to 10-15 lbs.) and capacity to remain cool and calm in a chaotic environment


    Outgoing and friendly volunteers are required for this role. Registration volunteers will ensure necessary data is captured and increment achievements are verified. We need your strong math skills and knowledge of mobile devices to ensure the process from collecting pledges to issuing incentives runs efficiently. Must be able to remain calm in a chaotic environment.

    Refreshment Station

    The volunteers stationed in the food area will be in charge of replenishing water and food supplies for the thirsty participants. Ability to carry items of a moderate weight (up to 10-15 lbs.) and stand for long periods of time will also be required.

    Survivor Central

    Although not necessary, volunteers who are themselves breast cancer survivors are a great fit for this activity. This is a special area that is dedicated to participants who are survivors! They can sign a banner, and decorate a shoe.

    Participant Engagement

    We want to make sure our participants have a fantastic experience! Volunteers at our Participant Engagement Stations must be friendly, outgoing and enjoy large crowds. This area may include things like and a temporary tattoo station, colouring station, or games station. Volunteer for these roles if you are interested in creating a memorable experience for both children and adults.

    Photo Booth

    The photo booth team captures memories of this fantastic day for participants. Volunteer photographers will encourage teams or individuals to strike a pose using our fun and crazy props. Friendly and outgoing volunteers are needed for this role. Ability to stand for long periods of time is required.

    Swag & Vendor Table

    Be the giver of cool swag or the seller of awesome Mother’s Day Walks mementos. Enjoy engaging with the crowd before and after the walk. Friendly, welcoming and outgoing volunteers are need for this role. Seating for this position may be available but is not guaranteed.


    Greeters will be posted at key locations to welcome, direct and engage participants. Friendly volunteers, who are welcoming and outgoing, are needed for this role. Ability to stand for long periods of time will be required.

    Directional Guards

    Outgoing individuals are needed for this role! Located throughout the route, or the start/finish line, this team keeps the participants engaged and energized with cheers, songs, instruments or wild and crazy costumes.

    Tear Down & Clean Up

    As vital as the set-up, getting the event venue back to normal is just as important. After memories have been created, a group of volunteers are needed to disassemble the various tents, booths and other services of the day. Required: strong backs, ability to lift and carry items of a moderate weight (up to 10-15 lbs.) and the capacity to remain cool and calm in a chaotic environment.
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    Clover Point Park, 1301 Dallas Road
    Victoria, British Columbia
    Dawn Hamilton

    Skills & Perks

    Skills Desired

    • General Labour
    • Campaigning and Fundraising
    • Event Co-ordination

    Perks Included

    • Food Provided
    • Outdoors
    • Swag
    • Free Admission