Race for Life Collections Volunteer – York Train Station 20th July 2018
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Why we need you:
We’re on the lookout for some passionate, motivational and inspiring new recruits to join our amazing army of collection volunteers. Without volunteers, our events simply couldn’t happen – your support helps us put on the best events possible to help beat cancer sooner.
Absolutely anyone can volunteer to support Race for Life and Pretty Muddy and you don't need any previous experience – so what are you waiting for!?
What will you be doing?
Cancer Research UK needs your help to volunteer as a collector for Race for Life for an hour between 10am - 2pm at York Train Station 2018! You will be part of our amazing volunteer team, helping to raise awareness and collect lifesaving donations to help us beat cancer sooner.
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You’ll enjoy this role if…
- You love interacting with new people
- You enjoy inspiring and motivating others
- You’re an energetic team player and communicator
What support will we give you?
- A full briefing pack with top tips and everything you need to know
- All the supplies you need for a great day of fundraising
- Support from other collection volunteers and Cancer Research UK staff on the day
What benefits will you get?
- Cancer is happening right now. By sparing just a couple of hours you are making a valuable contribution to the life-saving work of Cancer Research UK
- The opportunity to meet new people and have fun volunteering with colleagues
- Experience the buzz of uniting with other collection volunteers across the UK to help beat cancer sooner
Where will you be based?
- This role will be based in York
Register your interest and we’ll contact you with more information.
Why we need you
Every step we make towards beating cancer relies on every pound, every hour and every person. We need you to help us by volunteering. Play a part in this inspiring story and volunteer. Help us to create more tomorrows.
We are committed to giving you the best experience possible and believe that the volunteer relationship is one of honour, trust and mutual understanding.