The roadrunners Association volunteers for the Cambridge Bingo Centre as part of the fundraising we do to help cover some of the costs incurred during the season.
Each team has one Bingo session per season that they need to supply two volunteers for. The Ontario Charitable Gaming Association mandates that volunteers must attend a training session prior to volunteering.
The Orientation/Training Dates for September and October are as follows:
Sat Sep 13 – 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Wed Sep 17 – 9:30 am to 11:00 am
Wed Sep 17 – 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Thu Oct 09 – 9:30 am to 11:00 pm
Thu Oct 09 – 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Sat Oct 18 – 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm
To register for one of these sessions, please contact the roadrunners' Parent Volunteer Coordinator, Bob Hunt at [email protected]
Just a reminder about the Dress Code
Dress Code is in place to reflect the elegance of the gaming environment, charity awareness and
professionalism. Dress Code will be enforced. Under the Ontario Charitable Gaming Association’s
2012/13 Provincial Policies and Standard, there is a Dress Code Requirement.
Charitable Gaming Centres are in competition for Entertainment Dollars with other businesses such as
Movie Theatres and Restaurants (both have Dress Codes)
The dress code requirements at a minimum include conservative, dark pants or skirts. Collared
shirts or vests with charity identification (logos) are preferred and recommended to increase
exposure for the charities participating. If charity identified shirts or vests are not available then
white collared shirts may be worn. Either option must include a nametag indicating the first name
of the volunteer and the charity (if no logo).
All volunteers from the charity should be dressed in the same colour shirts to make them easily
Denim jeans (any colour), track pants, stretch pants, shorts, tank tops, and sleeveless t-shirts are
No hats are permitted unless specifically related to the charity uniform (e.g., Shriner’s Fez).
Baseball caps are not permitted as they distract from a professional look.
Footwear should also be tasteful and appropriate to the role of the volunteer.