Volunteer at CSC
The volunteers who help at Cancer Support Community come from all walks of community and professional life with one goal – to improve the lives of people living with cancer. While all of CSC’s support groups, classes and programs are led by licensed social workers or other trained professionals, a large group of dedicated volunteers work behind the scenes to help with administrative tasks, facilities maintenance projects, community outreach, and fundraising events.
There are many ways to get involved, whether on a one-time, weekly, monthly, or project basis. CSC welcomes help from individuals as well as community or corporate groups. Please call and speak with our Volunteer Coordinator for more information!
Available Volunteer Positions
There are many ways to get involved. Click on the jobs listed below to learn more about specific volunteer opportunities.
- Calendar Crew
Help prepare the Calendar Mailing and/or Deliver CSC’s bi-monthly newsletter/program calendar to assigned doctors’ offices around the tri-state every other month and provide updates regarding programs and fundraising events.
- CSC Champions
Represent CSC at various health fairs, conferences and presentations to display materials and answer questions about CSC’s free cancer support programs and promote our organization
- Heroes of Hope
Your journey is a powerful way to inspire others and help connect the community to our mission. You can share your story in various ways including: written or video testimonial, publicly speaking at events and joining CSC staff for development engagements. Please contact Gretchen Ramstetter, Director of Development, at (513) 791-4060 or email@example.com if you would like to be our HERO!
- Social Media Supporter
Do you want to find a way to give back from home? Share our posts on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest regarding programming.
Front Desk Friends: Blue Ash and Northern Kentucky –
Greet visitors and community members, answer the phone/direct calls and help out with administrative/clerical tasks such as assembling outreach packets and making reminder phone calls before events. Help prepare for dinner hosts and evening program by unloading dishwashers, brewing coffee, placing sign-in sheets in group rooms, etc.
Done in a Day Projects –
- Fundraising Helpers
Help with advance preparations or onsite at the event itself. A wide range of tasks are involved depending on the nature of the events, which can include golf outings, galas, 5K run/walk events, cocktail parties,
- Meal Maker Gang
Prepare casseroles/meals or baked goods for special events and programs at CSC such as Ladies Night Out, Support Group Night, JokeFest! and other community celebrations. We will freeze leftover items to provide for other events.
- Goodie Host
Support our programs by providing baked goods/snacks for various activities such as Healthy Happy Hour, Speaking Engagements, etc. Bring in snacks for members and guests to enjoy during activities. This can be a set role or an as needed role.
Fancy yourself a photographer? Help us document special events by taking pictures.
- Special Event Host
Are you creative and social? Create a social event for one of our locations including Blue Ash, Ft. Wright, Ky or our various off-site locations. Whether it’s a craft, game night, dinner or something you come up with!
Grounds Keeping/Building Maintenance –
- Building and Garden Gnomes
Individuals and groups help maintain the building and grounds at the Lynn Stern Center in Blue Ash. Tasks range from gardening, trimming, repainting, cleaning and light repair work. Volunteers are welcomed on a one-time project basis (perfect for corporate or community groups interested in a half-day or day-long project) or an hour or two at a time on a recurring basis.
- Recycling Renegade
A person who picks up the recycling and takes it to be dropped off.
Saturday Program Assistants –
Assist with registration, set-up, clean-up and other tasks for the large-group educational programs/workshops held on Saturdays (Educational Programs, Cooking for Wellness, Family Programming).
Professionals with Special Skills & Knowledge –
- Workshop Facilitator
Present/facilitate a lecture or workshop at CSC that covers a topic of interest to people touched by cancer. Your program can provide members an opportunity to acquire new skills, tools, information, and/or techniques. Through these activities, members build social and emotional support by sharing in a variety of activities that will strengthen the community. Examples could be presenting a lecture, teaching a yoga class, or hosting a cooking workshop.
Teen/Young Adult Volunteers –
Earn volunteer hours for school or club projects by helping out with various volunteer opportunities. We’ll track your hours for you!
Legacies Upscale Resale also relies on the generosity of volunteers. Learn more about Legacies and volunteer opportunities here.