Please fill out the form below to register to volunteer for BRIGHT Run 2020. Click here to open in new window
Volunteer waivers are required for each volunteer every year. Volunteers under the age of 18 will need a parent or guardian to sign. Please fill out your waiver and bring it to the Volunteer Orientation Meeting or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet Your Volunteer Committee
Events that need volunteers
We sell raffle tickets and penny sale tickets in the lobby of both the Juravinski Cancer Centre and the Juravinski Hospital through June – September. Lobby sales are on weekdays and run from 10am-3pm. Works best in pairs, let us know if you’re interested in volunteering to sell some tickets. If you don’t have a partner don’t worry we can find you one.
Lobby sales procedures
The BRIGHT Run/ Walk:
Our big event is September 7th this year will require lots of volunteer support. There are many positions and opportunities available.
Some of the areas you can volunteer at during the BRIGHT Run are:
- Tent set-up
- Raffle ticket sellers
- Trail crossing and Turnaround attendants
- Food service
- Clean up crew
- Tear down crew
- Parking attendants
Contact Aryn Sousa at email@example.com for more information.
On Event Day
- Volunteer check-in opens at 7:30am. Make sure you check in and pick up your name tag and t-shirt.
- Verify your assignment because it might have changed
- Student volunteer hours will be authorized at check-out
- Arrive 15 minutes in advance of your scheduled start time
- Park in the first lot on the left after entering the Conservation Area and walk up the rad toward the Trail Centre
- The volunteer breakfast area in the Trail Centre opens at 7:30am
Any question? Contact Volunteer Coordinator Aryn Sousa at firstname.lastname@example.org
Why do you volunteer for BRIGHT Run?
I do not have any special talent or skills or any Super Powers for that matter that I am aware of but one thing I do have is something that every one of us has….and that is Time. When you get touched by cancer it takes something away from you, and then you need to give something back in return.
— Don Whitty (Read his survivor story here)
My grandmother has been touched by breast cancer and it seems to be the one thing that unfortunately unites us. Everyone knows someone who has been touched by it. I wanted to do something to help, and then I found BRIGHT Run. This experience has been like no other and when they tell you that you have to be there on BRIGHT Run day to understand the feeling, they mean it.
— Aryn Sousa, Volunteer Coordinator
In my 10 plus years of survivorship, I’m privileged meeting countless strong and inspiring individuals on their own cancer journey. I call all of them, “my heroes”. The BRIGHT Run allows me to volunteer, to walk beside and to create more cancer heroes in our community.
— Margaret Carter (Read her survivor story here)