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Have you been diagnosed with breast cancer or are you a health professional? Are you passionate about the fight against breast cancer? Join our great team as a goodwill ambassador, a speaker or a booth presenter!

The Ambassador:

You will represent the Foundation by conveying informative messages or acknowledgments at major events organized by the Foundation or by its partners, notably at fundraisers such as cheque presentations, official photo shoots, testimonial, etc.

By doing this you will contribute to the optimization of our awareness-raising activities. You will be trained as an ambassador and receive all the support you need throughout the length of your engagement.

The Speaker:

You will host hour-long information sessions on breast cancer and give a testimonial on your own experience with breast cancer in a school or work environment. You will receive all the appropriate training and guidance required.

Booth Host:

At information booths, you will represent the Foundation to the public at large, to women affected by breast cancer and to various health professionals. You’ll be in charge of conveying our educational and awareness raising messages on breast health and on the importance of doing careful breast observation as well as in charge of presenting our various support services. Most of the time you’ll be accompanied by an employee of the Foundation.

Profile wanted:

  • interpersonal skills, communication skills, self-sufficiency, kindness and politeness;
  • availability and punctuality during events — your schedule will vary and will be set based on your availability, days or evenings, weekdays or weekends;
  • Ability to travel — your travel expenses will be reimbursed if you use your own vehicle.

To learn more about the role of a goodwill ambassador, a speaker or a booth host, please contact us!

By telephone:  
Montreal and surrounding area: 514 871-1717, ext. 238
Elsewhere in Quebec (toll-free): 1 877 990-7171, ext. 238
By e-mail: mwilhelm@rubanrose.org