Daffodil Day Area Coordinators
Daffodil Day is the largest national fundraising day for cancer research, patient and family support and education in New Zealand, and is held on the last Friday of August every year.
Daffodil Day would not be possible without the help of our Volunteer Area Coordinators. They play a vital role in organising the collection of funds needed to provide care, comfort and hope for people cancer.
What do Volunteer Daffodil Day Area Coordinators do?
As a Volunteer Daffodil Day Area Coordinator, you will coordinate the street appeal in your area. This involves contacting volunteers prior to Daffodil Day and putting together the volunteer roster.
On Daffodil Day you will manage a team of volunteers collecting at multiple sites, and trouble shoot any issues that may arise. After Daffodil Day, you will collect and return the resources used in your area. Full training by the Cancer Society is provided and all permits and resources are supplied.
The time commitment for a Volunteer Daffodil Day Area Coordinator is about 30-40 hours across July and August in the lead up to Daffodil Day and about 10 hours on the day.
How to become a Volunteer Daffodil Day Area Coordinator
To apply to become a Volunteer Daffodil Day Area Coordinator, please read the role description above, then contact us on 09 308 0494 or email firstname.lastname@example.org