VOLUNTEERING AT STAIRtoCARE 2016

If you would like to help make Ontario a better place to breathe, we’d love to hear from you!  Please read on to learn about some of the unique roles we'll be filling for STAIRtoCARE 2016, then contact Sandy Lee at slee@on.lung.ca.

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OLA Booth Ambassador

You will be responsible for spreading the word, by helping to set up the Ontario Lung Association booth, distributing brochures, pamphlets, buttons, etc., and answering general questions about the Ontario Lung Association and STAIRtoCARE.

Tailgate

You will be part of a team helping to direct people into the Tailgate area, directing people to the refreshments, washrooms and onsite personnel if participants have questions.

Event Ambassador

Assist in directing participants and supporters to the different climb areas, the Tailgate Party and Administrative Table as required.

Lost and Found

You are the guardian of all wayward items—returning found items to their owners and packing unclaimed ones for return to the Ontario Lung Association.

Registration

On event day, you will be accepting registration and donation forms, ensuring that pledge form totals and funds submitted balance, and outfitting participants in their STAIRtoCARE T-shirts and handing out event kits.

Climb Marshal

Working as part of a team, you will provide directions to participants and steer them up and down the stairs, cheering them on as they pass through your section.

Site Set-Up

Responsible for creating the event day experience, duties may include general construction, hanging signage, and moving tables/chairs and helping set up the games area.

Site Take-Down

You are the yin to the Site Set-Up team’s yang—your responsibilities may include removing signage, moving tables/chairs, and the tear-down and pack up of other event collateral.

Volunteer Station Attendant

You will be supporting your fellow volunteers by helping them sign in and out, confirming their role and location, and outfitting them with their t-shirts and any required supplies.

The Lung Association is a registered charity dedicated to making Ontario a better place to breathe. It provides programs and services to patients and health-care providers, invests in lung research and campaigns for improved policies on lung health. Information about breathing and lung health issues is available through the Lung Health Information Line 1-888-344-LUNG (5864) or at info@on.lung.ca.