No one has more fun, or personal fulfillment, than a Komen for the Cure volunteer. Don’t believe us? Find out yourself on Wednesday, April 14th at the 2010 Volunteer Orientation at the Orange County Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The orientation will be from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the office in Costa Mesa.
New volunteers are required to attend before helping at an event, and returning and veteran volunteers are always welcome. There are opportunities for everyone, from office duties to working at events, to loading trucks to making phone calls and using your professional skills. When you volunteer at Komen Orange County, you become a vital partner in the fight to end breast cancer forever. Volunteers help Komen to keep down costs so more dollars are spent on mammograms and other life-saving work in the community.
Two upcoming volunteer opportunities include the Pink Tie Ball on May 15 and Race for the Cure on September 26. Other volunteer needs for April and May include health fairs and the Wacoal Fit for the Cure. More information is available at www.komenoc.org.
RSVP for the Orientation by phone to 714-957-9157 ext. 31, or to Cindy Brenneman at firstname.lastname@example.org. Bring a friend, or come and meet a new one. Welcome to the Komen family!
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