Waikato/Bay of Plenty Cancer Society

The Cancer Society Waikato/Bay of Plenty Division works in your community providing free, quality support for people affected by cancer. All our services are free of charge and include: Liaison nurse support, support groups, transportation to treatment, Cancer Society's Lions Lodge, health promotion and fundraising We need the assistance of volunteers to help us deliver some of our services to people in the Waikato and Bay of Plenty living with cancer.

Available Roles:
Daffodil Day Appeal - Street Collectors

Waikato/Bay of Plenty Cancer Society EPP
Fundraising | Both/Flexible | Hamilton
30 August 2019 to 31 August 2019

Volunteer with the Cancer Society and get involved in your community by helping to raise funds on Daffodil Day to help us give hope to the 1 in 3 Kiwi’s affected by Cancer.

Daffodil Day Coordinator - Regional

Waikato/Bay of Plenty Cancer Society EPP
Fundraising | Both/Flexible | Pauanui, Otorohanga, Tairua, Raglan

Daffodil Day is the Cancer Society’s most important annual fundraiser. We are looking for an enthusiastic, well-organised volunteer (or group of volunteers) to coordinate our appeal in their community.

Client Driver

Waikato/Bay of Plenty Cancer Society EPP
Driving | Working Hours | Hamilton

To assist people with cancer with transport to a variety of destinations including Waikato Hospital...

Client Driver - Huntly

Waikato/Bay of Plenty Cancer Society EPP
Driving | Working Hours | Huntly

We seek caring and responsible volunteers to drive people to their cancer treatments...

Community Support - King Country

Waikato/Bay of Plenty Cancer Society EPP
Social Support | Working Hours | Otorohanga, Te Kuiti

You will provide practical and emotional support for Cancer Society clients in a safe and caring way...

Team Opportunities:
Daffodil Day Appeal - Street Collectors

Waikato/Bay of Plenty Cancer Society
People | 2-20 people | Hamilton

Volunteer with the Cancer Society and help to raise funds on Daffodil Day to help us give hope to the 1 in 3 Kiwis diagnosed with cancer.

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