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Casino fundraiser - Volunteers Needed
Wednesday, July 18 & Thursday, July 19
Elbow River Casino
218 18 Ave SE,
Calgary, AB T2G 1L1
Calgary Cinematheque Society is seeking volunteers for a casino fundraiser on July 18-19, 2018, at Elbow River Casino. As a non-profit, we depend on charitable casino events to help fund our programming. These events require about 40 volunteer shifts to be filled before the organization can receive funding.
We're calling for volunteers from our membership and audience to help directly support our programming for the next year. If you volunteer, not only will you be helping us foster critical cinema culture in Calgary, you will also receive a free meal, snacks, and transportation/childcare expenses covered (if needed). Training is also provided, so no experience is necessary. Volunteers must be 18+.
Please CLICK HERE to view the shifts available. We still have 19 shifts to fill. Shifts can be day shifts (10:45 AM - 7:30 PM) or evening shifts (6:30 PM / 11:00 PM - 3:30 AM). CLICK HERE for a .PDF detailing volunteer positions and responsibilities.
If you're interested in signing up for a shift, please contact Kevin at firstname.lastname@example.org
We rely on your support to present our ongoing programming of rare and treasured cinema. Please consider making a donation to the Calgary Cinematheque. A tax receipt will be issued for all contributions of $20 or more.
Click on the CanadaHelps logo or the DONATE NOW button to donate securely online, or send a cheque to:
Cinematheque Calgary Society
212-223 12 Avenue SW
Calgary AB T2R 0G9
If you're interested in helping out at our box office or at special events, or want to apply to join one of our committees or sit on the board, e-mail email@example.com.
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