About this opportunity
Every week at least three Kiwi kids are diagnosed with cancer. Child cancer affects the whole family and right now Child Cancer Foundation provides personalised support to over 1,700 families across New Zealand. We receive no direct government funding which means we rely on donations to continue to provide this support.
We are seeking approachable and well organised people to help us raise these vital funds by coordinating local collection sites for our annual street collection on Friday 15 and Saturday 16 March 2019.
What does a Volunteer Annual Appeal Area Coordinator do?
Within your allocated sites you will:
• Contact volunteers to confirm availability and location via phone or email
• Deliver and pick up collection resources (buckets, stickers, bibs/sashes and instruction sheets)
• Be the local contact and coordinator on appeal days for the collection volunteers
• Switch out full buckets and bank the money being collected.
What is required to do the role?
• To be available on Friday 15 March and Saturday 16 March 2019
(we will consider a job-share)
• To be available for training of a few hours prior to appeal days
• Have a valid NZ drivers licence, reliable road worthy transport and a cellphone.
What will Child Cancer Foundation supply?
• Full training prior to appeal days
• Full support on appeal days
• Pre-allocated collection sites
• Rosters already complete with collection volunteers
• All of the resources you need to support your collection volunteers.
Here is your chance to support Child Cancer Foundation and make a real difference in the lives of Kiwi families living with child cancer. Please get involved!
Access to a cellphone and email
Appeal days 15 & 16 March plus a few hours training pre-appealGood for
- Group volunteering (10+)
- Skilled volunteering
- Travelling/short term volunteers
- Volunteers with a disability
- Volunteers with limited English
- Work Experience
- Companionship & Social Support
- Fundraising & Events
- Drivers licence (Full)
- Drivers licence (Restricted)
- NZ Police Vetting
Full Training and support provided