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Heart & Stroke Foundation (Seeking Leadership Volunteers for the Heart & Stroke Canvass!)Organization Name: Heart & Stroke Foundation
Opportunity Title: Seeking Leadership Volunteers for the Heart & Stroke Canvass!
Category: Social and Community Service
Commitment: Less than 6 months
Start Date: August 17, 2017
End Date: February 28, 2018
- Appropriate for volunteers aged between 18 and 55
- Appropriate for volunteers aged 55 and over
- Family-oriented volunteering
The Heart & Stroke Canvass is a fundraising campaign that raises funds for research and shares life-saving health information with Canadians, through the help of 90,000 volunteers.
Heart disease and stroke takes a Canadian life every 7 minutes. We invite YOU to join the campaign to help protect the lives of our neighbours, friends and family.
Volunteer Role: CAPTAIN
Location: Regina, Saskatchewan
Time Commitment: Approximately 15 hours from September to March
Overall Role: You will lead a team of approximately 10 volunteer Canvassers in your community!
BUILD your team via phone or email, if you are up for the challenge!
- MOTIVATE your team
- Manage canvasser kit delivery and pick-up
- THANK your team!
- Enjoy interacting with people
- Comfortable leading
- Strong organizational and communication skills
- Willing to ask for donations in person and online
Benefits of Volunteering:
- Opportunity to develop and use leadership, interpersonal and fundraising skills
- Meet like-minded people in your community and share stories
- Help neighbours, friends and family to learn lifesaving health information
Contact the Heart and Stroke Foundation, Regina Coordinator
Arielle Deslauriers, Community Engagement Coordinator
306-500-6009 | Arielle.email@example.com
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