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Daffodil Day Volunteer Roles Currently Available - Statewide

Mark your calendars for August 29th and 30th—the annual Cancer Council Tasmania fundraiser event, “Daffodil Day”! Join our dedicated Cancer Council Tasmania group of volunteers manning Daffodil Day stalls in streets and shopping centres. By doing so, you’ll help raise crucial funds, bringing us one step closer to a cancer-free future.

What’s Happening?

• We’ll be selling fresh daffodils and delightful merchandise at stalls set up in shopping centres, malls, and various locations across the state.

Volunteer Opportunities:

• We’re calling on enthusiastic volunteers like you! 

• Each stall will be manned by two people working together.

• Don’t worry if you’re new to this—we have a friendly staff coordinator available to guide you.

• Role details will be provided, so no prior experience is necessary.

Flexible Commitment:

• Can you spare a half day? A whole day? We’d love to have you!

• Your time and dedication make a difference in our fight against cancer. 

Get Involved:

• Reach out to us—we’re excited to hear from you!

• Let’s make this Daffodil Day a blooming success! 

Gala Ball Working Group Member Volunteer Roles Currently Available - Devonport, Launceston and Hobart

Join Cancer Council Tasmania to put together a spectacular black tie gala dinner as we raise funds for cancer research and our continued investment into service provision across Tasmania! This year's theme is 'A night in Rio'.

The Working Group is a membership of driven, connected and passionate individuals who will seek support for Cancer Council Tasmania's (CCT) Gala Balls in Devonport (22 June), Launceston (19th October) and Hobart (23rd November). Working Group Members are required and focus on their region's gala ball, seeking support from their own networks by actively inviting like-minded and generous individuals and groups to attend the event and participate in exciting fundraising activities on the night.

Members procure donations of prizes for silent and live auctions, raffles and activities, with the aim to provide a wide variety of prizes to suit many interests and encourage return support to local businesses.

Members are encouraged to volunteer and assist in the event set-up and with tasks on the event evening where possible. The Working Group meet virtually and/or in person 1-2 times prior to the event.

Relay For Life Committee Members Volunteer Roles Currently Available - Statewide

Did you know that Relay For Life (RFL) is Tasmania’s biggest fundraising event!? Each RFL is led by volunteer committees across Tasmania, and we are always looking for additional committee members and event volunteers. Areas in which you can support include:

  • Co-chairperson
  • Catering organiser
  • Volunteer coordinator
  • Ceremonies coordinator
  • Survivors & Carers planner
  • Team support and engagement 
  • Venue coordinator
  • Entertainment coordinator

Additional support areas include: marketing, social media, challenges and activities and schools and youth coordinators. 

We meet 4-5 times in the lead up to each event (Sept-March), either face to face or you can join via Zoom. Each meeting lasts 1-2 hours and you are pretty much guaranteed to make friends for life as you work closely with some amazing people, creating unforgettable events. 

Through RFL, you have the power to unite your community through a cause that touches us all, make a real difference for those impacted by cancer, and have lots of fun!

If you want to be part of a global movement and part of Cancer council Tasmania’s biggest fundraising event, please express your interest today!

Clothes4Cancer Retail Assistant Volunteer Roles Currently Available - Devonport Region

Cancer Council Tasmania's (CCT) Opportunity Shop, Clothes4Cancer is on the lookout for willing volunteers to assist us in our shop based in East Devonport.

These roles will be providing a welcoming presence to all customers to the Clothes4Cancer Opportunity Shop, including assistance with shop sales, sorting of donations, shop displays and various other tasks involved with the running of the shop.

Supportive Care Program Volunteer Roles Currently Available - Launceston

CCT has several positions available in our Launceston Support Centre for those wishing to assist in supporting and providing information to anyone affected by cancer. These roles provide a welcoming presence to all visitors to our Centre and to assist our Supportive Care Staff in the provision of services.

These roles would appeal to caring individuals who are able to give a half day once or twice a week, and there are options for volunteering on a more casual basis.

Interested? We'd love to hear from you.

Please contact Human Resources to find out more and/or obtain an application form:

[email protected] / 03 6169 1923