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    "Those who can, do. Those who can do more, volunteer." ~Author Unknown

    Are you friendly, outgoing, have basic to intermediate computer skills and want to make a positive impact in the lives of those affected by breast cancer? If the answer is yes, the Breast Cancer Society of Canada needs YOU! Volunteers work hand in hand with the Society on events such as Mother's Day Walk, assist with fundraising, special projects, administrative support and much, much more! Students requiring community involvement hours are also welcome.

    Opportunity Roles

    Administrative Office Support

    Operating a national organization through one office can sometimes be a challenge. Staying organized and paying close attention to detail is imperative and volunteers help make that possible. Working alongside Breast Cancer Society staff, volunteers assist with a variety of administrative tasks such as data entry, reception, and much, much more! Volunteers with intermediate to advanced computer skills, friendly, who are organized and detail-oriented, are always in demand! Time commitment is entirely up to you and high school students needing community involvement hours are welcome!

    Data Entry

    Enter information from pledge sheets into our data collection system.

    Letters, Bulk Mailings and Tax Receipts

    Help us get important correspondence out to our donors and supporters.

    Event Preparation

    Help us assemble packages and resource material for events. .

    Volunteer Requirements

    uploadYou'll need to pass checklist

    1. I am friendly and have good communication skills
    2. I have intermediate to advance computer skills
    3. I live near Sarnia, Ontario
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    420 East St. N.
    Sarnia, Ontario
    Johanne Deschamps
    (800) 567-8767

    Skills & Perks

    Skills Desired

    • General Labour
    • Administrative
    • Event Co-ordination
    • Translation and Interpretation
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