For it's 30th annual campaign, Operation Red Nose is held under the theme "Planning Some Holiday Cheer? Call a deer!".
From November 29th to December 31st 2013, volunteers wearing the famous red vest will be on the road to provide Canadians who feel unfit to drive with a safe alternative to get back home.
From November 29th to December 31st , 2013
Welcome of the 1 000 000th volunteer in December 2013
106 communities from six Canadian provinces
The volunteer experience at Operation Red Nose started in 2010 for Anne-Marie. She first used the service and then wanted to do her part. She decided to form a team and go volunteer a few nights. A full time administrative student, she tries to devote as much time as possible to causes that are dear to her heart. She regularly donates blood and helps kids with homework. Why did she choose Operation Red Nose? She says that helping reduce impaired driving is the best way to help change things for the better. In 2012, the desire to do more for ORN pushed Anne-Marie to take on more responsibilities. She then chose to be in charge of volunteer entertainment at the Quebec City Headquarters, which welcomes close to 6,000 volunteers annually. Her goal is for every ORN volunteer to have a great start to every night of operation! She puts together a few fun activities so that the waiting time between rides is more enjoyable for the volunteers. Anne-Marie is proactive, resourceful and her joyful spirit is contagious. This hard working young lady doesn’t hesitate to help the organizing committee with various tasks in the headquarters. She is proud to be part of the younger and emerging generation of ORN volunteers!
Thank-you Anne-Marie for being part of the ORN tradition!