Volunteers reach out to the public to raise awareness about cancer and early detection through educational talks and screening roadshows throughout the year. There are various platforms for volunteers to get involved in at:
Council and Committees
At the organisational level, there are many opportunities within SCS for individuals to offer their professional advice and services in the council and working committees.
Corporate and Community Talks
Volunteer doctors share their knowledge about cancer and help the public to keep abreast of developments and detection methods. Volunteers also help to manage the logistical arrangements that take place behind every educational talk by setting up booths, registering participants, and advocating screening.
Volunteers are trained to encourage early screening, facilitate FIT kit collection, and advise people on how to use them effectively.
There are numerous opportunities throughout the year for volunteers to help run fundraising activities and events like the Race Against Cancer.
Volunteer writers, bloggers, photographers, videographers, illustrators, analytics experts, and social media gurus can contribute greatly to our mission by putting the cancer message across creatively and effectively.