Ways to Volunteer

Participating at our Events

If you would like to be involved in exciting events across the country throughout the year, this is the role for you. You will get to help create awareness and raise funds that go towards prostate cancer research and programs!

Office Support

Office volunteers play a crucial role in our national team in Toronto, and our regional team in Halifax. In this role you will have the opportunity to help us with reception and administrative duties, data entry, customer service (for Rock the Road Raffle), donor relations support, internet research, and preparing for events. If you are computer savvy, good at customer service, a team player, and enjoy office environments, join us!

Become a Volunteer Leader

Volunteer leaders offer specific skills in volunteer engagement, developing programs, leading or assisting in key projects, committee work, event management, advisory roles, and representing Prostate Cancer Canada at community events. Share your professional skills to advance our mission!

Community Representative - PCC Research Panel

 
Prostate Cancer Canada allocates funds raised by Canadians for research that will have the greatest potential to improve prostate cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and support. Join expert researchers and scientists across Canada and lend your voice on behalf of patients, survivors, and prostate cancer caregivers!  Learn about upcoming opportunities here. You can also contact our Manager, Volunteer Engagement, Anne Breakey Hart for more information. She can be reached at anne.breakeyhart@prostatecancer.ca or call 416-441-2131 ext. 229.  

Still Not Sure?

If you are not sure where you want to volunteer, that’s okay! Please contact our Volunteer Engagement Coordinator, Kelly Amaral. She can be reached at kelly.amaral@prostatecancer.ca or call 416-441-2131 ext.248. She would be happy to answer your questions in regards to volunteering at Prostate Cancer Canada and finding the perfect role for you.

Apply now and make a real difference for Canadian men diagnosed with prostate cancer!
 




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