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Customer Service Ambassador for Charitable Gaming
ORGANIZATION: Ontario Parents Advocating for Children with Cancer
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71 people are interested
We are looking for Customer Service Ambassadors aged 19+ to help out at Charitable Gaming events in Scarborough. Ideally you are a friendly, enthusiastic, outgoing, and responsible volunteer who can deliver excellent customer service with a huge smile and positive attitude as well as commit to your assigned shifts.
The shifts are only 2 hours/month minimum and we have many different dates & times available from now until May 2024.
Charitable gaming events help raise funds for our charity to support our 220+ Toronto childhood cancer families through our programs including Parent Liaison program (in hospital and virtual peer-to-peer support), hospital parking program, grocery gift card program, and hospital meal vouchers program at SickKids. Learn more at www.opacc.org
Volunteer duties include greeting customers, cleaning up tables, serving food and beverages, wiping down machines, calling back bingos, and generally helping out and chatting with customers. Other light duties as assigned by the centre staff. You will not handle any cash or run any games.
You will be fully trained and provided with a volunteer shirt to wear and mileage reimbursement. Help yourself to free water, coffee, and tea during your shift. If you're interested in learning more, please contact us for a more detailed information package.
About Ontario Parents Advocating for Children with Cancer
524 Bayfield Street North, P.O. Box 20005, Barrie, ON L4M 5E9, CA
Our mission is to support families of children diagnosed with cancer in Ontario, Canada
OPACC was established in 1995 by parents of children with cancer to support childhood cancer families in Ontario. Our three pillars of support are:
I. In-hospital and virtual, peer-to-peer, psychosocial support through our Parent Liaison program
II. Community support through community-based parent support groups and training of new Facilitators
III. Advocacy efforts to enable parents to advocate for themselves and to advocate for all families on a wider Provincial level, including: E.I. legislation for benefits to Parents of Critically Ill Children, reduced hospital parking rates, representation for childhood cancer survivors, supporting the educational needs of children with cancer, raising awareness of childhood cancer and of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month (September), providing the caregiver voice to the pediatric oncology drug approval process, and more
991 Kennedy RoadScarborough, ON M1P 2K5Canada
November 15, 2023
- Must be at least 19
- Orientation or Training
- 2 hours per month