Annual Appeal Area Coordinator
Why we need your help. Your support will help Kiwi kids with cancer and the people who love them.
Every week, at least three Kiwi kids are diagnosed with cancer. Childhood cancer affects the whole whanau, not just the child. Last year we supported 1,320 families across New Zealand. Every family's cancer experience is different, which is why we provide personalised one-to-one support to best meet the needs of each family.
We need to raise $6 million each year to continue providing vital support to tamariki and their families. We do not receive any direct government funding which means we entirely rely on donations to support families. This is our biggest fundraiser of the year, so we need all the support we can get!
What does a VolunteerArea Coordinator do?
Within your allocated sites you will:
-Contact volunteers to confirm availability and location via phone or email in the lead up to the Annual Appeal.
-Deliver and pick up collection resources (buckets, stickers, bibs/sashes and instruction sheets)
-Be the local contact and coordinator on appeal days for the collection volunteers
-Switch out full buckets during the day
-Bank the money being collected with ASB.
What is required to do the role?
-To be available Friday 10th and/or Saturday 11th March 2023 (we are slightly flexible, if it works with another area coordinator or location to only do 1 day)
-To be available for training (if required) and making contact with your collectors for a few hours prior to the appeal days
-Have a valid NZ drivers licence, own road worthy transport and a cellphone.
Prior to appeal: 1-2 hours training - Appeal days: Friday 10 and Saturday 11 March 2023- all day, site hours potentially 8:00am to 6:00pm.
The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.