Miles Against Melanoma is always in need of volunteers. Volunteers are the main reason we are able to create, host and attend amazing events. Volunteers not only help us with events, but they volunteer in the office, at health fairs and MAM events. Our volunteers are imperative to our success! . For that, we thank you in advance your enthusiasm and support of our Melanoma Mission!
If you are interested in volunteering for Miles Against Melanoma regularly, please contact Amalyn Martin at 636.577.1839 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about volunteering, complete the Volunteer Application and return to the address on the form.
If you are interested in volunteering at the 2012 Miles Against Melanoma race, please follow the steps below:
1. Determine your area of interest
2. Determine if you will be volunteering alone or with a group
3. Determine your availability
4. Visit the attached form and return it via email or mail it to Amalyn Martin, 15 Kingsmont Court, Saint Peters, Missouri
5. Wait for your confirmation email from us!
We are fortunate to have such caring and qualified volunteers with Miles Against Melanoma. The program is not effective without people who truly care about helping others.
Miles Against Melanoma would like to Spotlight Deanda Cronin as an outstanding MAM volunteer!
Hi! I am Deanda Cronin, the organizer of the Miles Against Melanoma Kids Marathon! I am a nurse and the mother of two young boys. Like all moms, I strive to protect my boys, including protecting them from the dangers of the sun. As a nurse, I frequently see families affected by melanoma. I never want my children to go through the trials these families have had to endure. There are many frightening statistics about melanoma but the good news is that we have the power to substantially lower our children’s risk of developing this cancer. We need to protect them from the sun and encourage them from an early age to take responsibility for protecting themselves. It only takes one bad sunburn as a child to double your risk of developing melanoma later in life. My hope is that if we protect our children while they are small, we will instill in them the importance of applying sunscreen, wearing protective clothing and avoiding tanning beds. We owe it to our kids to protect their skin. My ultimate goal is to bring education and awareness to the prevention and early detection of melanoma.
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