Saskatchewan

Regina Chapter

Contact information

For information about a support group near you, or to create a group in your community, please contact:

Regina Chapter
Contact: Renu Kapoor
90C Cavendish Street
Regina, SK S4N 5G7
Phone: (306) 757-2663
Fax: (306) 789-2663
Email: regina@osteoporosis.ca

Chapter Events

 Please check back soon for upcoming event postings.

Available positions / Volunteer postings

Volunteers are the backbone to the Regina Chapter, and we are seeking volunteers to fill a number of positions!  Orientation, Mentoring & Support are provided for anyone interested. 

Become a part of Osteoporosis Canada. Join our volunteer community today.

Volunteer and help make a difference in the lives of Canadians who are living with or  are affected by osteoporosis

Opportunities available in the following areas:

Event Volunteers:
Individuals can assist with planning for events and helping out in various roles at events.  In particular we are looking for volunteers to assist with our Sparkling Brunch in the fall.

Executive Volunteers:
We are looking for motivated, dynamic and professional individuals to join our Chapter Executive in various roles.  Opportunities are available in leadership, communications, education, fundraising and more.

Take Action. Apply Today.

Phone: (306) 585-0318 , Fax: (306) 789-2663 or email regina@osteoporosis.ca 

 

Saskatoon Chapter

Contact information

For information about a support group near you, or to create a group in your community, please contact:

Saskatoon Chapter
Chair: Carole Young
Box 25179, River Heights
Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B7
Please call National Office: 1 800-463-6842
Email: saskatoon@osteoporosis.ca

Chapter events

Available positions / Volunteer postings

Please contact the office if you (or someone you know) are able to serve our Chapter in any of the following areas:

Vice Chair:
This individual becomes a member of the Chapter Executive and is responsible for providing support to the Chairperson, helping to carry some of the leadership responsibilities (as delegated).  Also plays a role in the area of Chapter growth.

History Book:
Our chapter has been working on creating a “History of Our Chapter” book.  We would love to include your story of how you came to volunteer with the Saskatoon Chapter and how long that you have been with us.  Please send us an email or letter with your story!  We also are looking for a History Book Editor.

Lead Volunteers:
We are in need of someone to be a lead volunteer in regards to following up with grants after we have acquired them, most of these have to be completed by January.  We also are looking for someone to come in once a week to handle banking.

Community Outreach Coordinator:
This individual provides leadership in the development and implementation of Osteoporosis Canada’s “Make Your First Break Your Last” awareness campaign activities at a local/community level and is responsible for being the key contact for the Chapter’s local program.  This would be a five to six-month volunteer placement with the Chapter, three to four hours per week to start

Other Volunteers:
Long-term Care Educator; Tradeshow Presenters; Pharmacy Information Presenters; Physical Activity Information Presenter; Fundraisers.




Upcoming Events


  • Thu
    07
    Dec
    2017

    Holiday Liquor Raffle (draw)

    12:00 pm