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The 2024 MS Bike - Leduc to Camrose takes place Saturday, June 22nd and Sunday, June 23rd. The bike race starts at the Silent Ice Centre in Nisku and circles through the Camrose Exhibition grounds in Camrose.

MS Bike is the largest fundraising cycling series in North America. Cyclists of all ages and fitness levels across Canada come together each year to end Canada’s disease: multiple sclerosis.??With hundreds of participants, volunteers are needed to help with every aspect of the entire event. This is a great opportunity to make an impact in your community using your talent and time.

There are various areas where volunteer help is needed to ensure that this event runs smoothly, and participants have a great experience while they are walking to raise critical funds to support those effected by MS.

Event Site Set Up/Event Wrap Up Crew:

Unload supplies and equipment.
Help set up/tear down fencing, tents, tables, chairs, banner & signs.
Decorate and tidy the site, clean up post event.

Participant Check in:

Manage check in line ups and direct participants.
Provide event info to participants and answer any questions.

Luggage Collection and Transport - Assistants

Help with loading and unloading?participants luggage.
Drive a luggage truck to the finish line location to help unload luggage and?prep for participant pick up.

Luggage Storage Area Volunteer

Greet participants picking up their luggage.
Check participant information to match their ID.
Direct participant to appropriate section to retrieve their luggage.

Rest Stop Volunteer

Help load/unload event vehicles and?supplies.
Set up and clean up rest stop?area.
Greet and cheer on?participants.
Provide refreshments/snacks to the?cyclists.
Communicate with team lead regarding supply needs at rest stop or?cyclists requesting pick up?

Bike Storage Volunteer – Leduc & Camrose

Organize efficient storage of bikes and assist participants with the?storage of their bikes.
Provide site direction to cyclists/ or direct cyclists to the event?information tent.
Cyclists will have a wristband with a number that corresponds with?the number on their bike.

Sign up to volunteer today and help create positive change! For more detailed information please contact:

Joelle Weisbeck

Visit our Website to view all the role descriptions & shifts and sign up directly: (please cut and paste following link into a new browser):


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ElderCare Edmonton is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing recreational therapeutic programming for seniors in the community.

Recreation Program Volunteers take part in the on-site facilitation of our day programs. This includes many things, such as playing physical games, guiding arts and crafts, and fostering meaningful conversation with our clients.

Our Day Programs operate out of three different locations across Edmonton, and volunteers are able to work alongside their supervisor to specify which location and time works best for their schedule.

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The J Healthcare Initiative, a globally renowned non-profit organization, is actively seeking passionate, committed, and driven students for our College Chapter program. As a volunteer, you will have a unique opportunity to support the J Healthcare Initiative's mission, which aims to advocate for expanded legal-prescription access to a range of regulated opioids and stimulants to reduce the harms associated with toxic, unregulated illegal drugs.

to proceed please submit your resume and brief cover letter to volunteer@j-initiative.org


As a College Chapter Volunteer, you will:

1. Facilitate free harm-reduction workshops to educate the campus community about health and wellness.
2. Advocate for full spectrum harm-reduction and promote the J healthcare Initiative at your institution.
3. Organize fundraising events to raise critical funds and awareness for harm reduction and individualized treatment options.

Facilitate educational workshops to raise awareness about the benefits of legal-prescription access to regulated opioids and stimulants.
Advocate for full-spectrum harm reduction and promote the J Healthcare Initiative's mission at your institution.
Organize events to raise critical funds and awareness for expanded access to safe, regulated drugs and individualized treatment options.

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