Explore Walk to End Colon Cancer volunteer opportunities
The Colorectal Cancer Alliance relies on dedicated volunteers at the Walk to End Colon Cancer. Join the Walk Engagement Committee or volunteer on event day.
The Walk to End Colon Cancer is about raising funds to end this disease and building community. Volunteers are an important part of the success of the event. In each city, we rely on a committee of dedicated volunteers to join the Walk Engagement Committee (WEC) to help us make the event a success. The WEC is comprised of a team of volunteers dedicated to putting a spotlight on colorectal cancer through the Walk. These roles include, but are not limited to:
We know your time is valuable, so rest assured that this commitment will not monopolize your time but connect you with others who share your passion for ending this disease in our lifetime.
If you would like to join this team of inspiring Colorectal Cancer Alliance supporters, please email our walk team with the word Volunteer in the subject at email@example.com.
Volunteering at the walk enables you to be part of a successful, inspiring event that raises awareness for colon cancer in your local community. Volunteer activities include, but are not limited to:
If you would like to volunteer at the Walk to End Colon Cancer, please email our walk team with the word Volunteer in the subject at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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