May 2021


Road To Hope Community Support Foundation seeks a dynamic, empathic, enthusiastic, dedicated, resourceful, responsible, and passionate individual to join their team to fill the role of Road to Hope Coordinator.
This position will be based out of Athabasca, Boyle, Lac La Biche and surrounding area.  The successful candidate must be a resident within the boundaries of either County, and will be required to work remotely depending on specific work requirements.
The Road to Hope Community Support Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides transportation and support to those who are undergoing cancer medical treatment outside of their communities. We are an organization full of intelligent, talented, diverse people striving to do our jobs better every day. Working here requires commitment, energy, flexibility and a healthy dose of creativity.


Contract Position, 1 year term, part-time to full-time hours

Reporting directly to the Vice President, the coordinator works closely with the Board of Directors and serves as a liaison between the clients and drivers, and coordinates the event schedule.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  1. Assist in the overall success of the membership program and the Road To Hope

  2. Facilitates new memberships by promoting RTH and all its attributes

  3. Coordinate drivers and clients

    • Review applications for drivers and clients

    • Complies and assembles information on drivers and clients

    • Coordinates process flow for drivers and clients

    • Manages incoming/outgoing communications with drivers and clients

    • Ensures that all proper RTH documentations are current

    • Client/driver issues and complaints documentation

  4. Maintains adequate and timely records of all transactions and correspondence, available for review by the Board or other officials as requested.

  5. Maintain a calendar of events

  6. Attend and assist with coordinating volunteering events (fun run, golf tournament, etc)

  7. Assist with the development of and overseeing of all publications printed and distributed by The RTH

  8. Prepares and provides press releases and other information ( for board approval) then to the appropriate media Channels when necessary

  9. Researches new revenue streams and make recommendations to the Board

  10. Keep accurate records and provide reports to the board.

  11. Strive to continually develop a better public understanding of the purpose and functions of RTH

Complete other duties as assigned.


  • High school diploma or GED

  • Ability to update Social Networking sites and website ( if and when required)

  • Friendly and enjoys building relationships and networking

  • Dependable, timely, and trustworthy

  • Diploma in Administration would be considered an asset

  • Minimum 3 years of relevant experience as an Administrative Assistant

  • Minimum 1 years’ experience in document control and records management

  • Previous experience in logistics administration is considered an asset.

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office software (Word & Excel).

  • Ability to prioritize and meet deadlines.

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.

  • Dependable and professional.

  • Ability to work independently with minimal instruction, as well as within a team.

Part-time / Full-time Position - rate of pay is negotiable.

Please forward all resumes in confidence to

Road to Hope Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. We wish to express our thanks to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for the position; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.



The Road to Hope Community Support Foundation is a non-profit organization

that provides transportation and support to those who are undergoing cancer medical treatment outside of their communities.

Our Objectives:

1. Operate a transportation service for people requiring cancer medical treatment outside their communities, and who reside within the counties of Athabasca and Lac La Biche (and all other communities within this area). 

2. Fundraise to support the transportation services of Road to Hope.

Road to Hope was established in December 2008. It is a non-profit society registered under the Alberta Societies Act and is administered by volunteer directors. It is also registered under the Canadian Income Tax Act as a charitable organization. Alberta Pacific Forest Industries Inc initiated the foundation as their signature charity.

2021 Executive and Board of Directors:

Daniela Cameron – President

Chris Hamlyn – Vice-president

Dora L’Heureux – Treasurer

June Phillips – Secretary


Alice Thompson

Art Lemay

Lyndi Mills

Mary Coleman

Lisa Wesley

Madena Reimer



On the Road

April 25, 2021


Road to Hope returns to work July 2, 2021.

Road to Hope Community Support Foundation has been operating for over a decade! Since March 2020, Road to Hope, like many other organizations, had to shut down due to Covid-19.

We are anxiously waiting to get our clients and drivers reunited and back to their-life saving treatments.  Our mission and passion is about helping those diagnosed with cancer in our communities. Not being able to operate this past year has been very hard on us as we know how very traumatic and stressful it has been on our clients.  This last several months have taught us patience and resilience.

We are beyond grateful and want to thank everyone in our communities for all the continued support over the years and we hope together going forward we can continue to keep running our amazing organization.

“The comeback is always stronger than the setback”



Young Driver



RTH Classic 2021


Fun Run 2021


June 16th, 2021 at 7:00pm



Box 182
Athabasca, Alberta
T9S 2A3


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