The casino fundraising event is critical to the operations of 810 Air Cadets. We use the funds raised to pay for our rent at Allendale School, purchase items required to teach our air cadets, and other required operational expenses.

Without the casino funds, our air cadet program would not be able to operate. This is why we need our parents and guardians to fill these essential volunteer roles.

Currently, we require all parents and guardians to commit to volunteering at our fundraising events. The casino is held every 2 years.

Thank you to our casino volunteers who participated in our November 1-2, 2023 casino fundraiser.

Our next casino fundraising event will be held in October/ November/ or December of 2025.


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Additional Helpful Casino Information

Each volunteer is an integral member of a Licensed Casino Event. Volunteers must attend when scheduled as the Casino may not be permitted to operate if volunteer(s) are late or missing, which affects our revenue, the casino employees, and the Casino Facility operator. Though your attendance is essential, you need not worry about the performance of your duties. Our experienced Casino Advisors will fully train you and within minutes you will be a confident, valuable participant in the Licensed Casino Event.

Volunteer Attributes and Conduct

Volunteers MUST:

  • arrive on time for shift;
  • sign in at the start of shift and out at the end of shift;
  • work the position specified on the Casino Volunteer Schedule; and
  • wear a name tag while on duty showing the first or common name and position.

Volunteers MUST NOT:

  • be paid;
  • play casino games or gaming terminals during their group’s casino event;
  • consume liquor or illicit substances during their group’s casino event;
  • cash cheques or extend credit; or
  • possess gaming chips.


You do get a free meal per shift. If you're working the evening or count room shift, you may choose to come early and have your meal. 

Shift Times

CLICK HERE to visit our Casino Sign-up Platform to view the available shifts and to sign up.

All end times are approximate. Please do arrive on time but there is no need to be too early. Any overlap in shifts allows for how busy we are and how quickly we can change over shifts.

Role Descriptions

We have experienced Casino Advisors at all times to support each role. Each role is quite easy, there are no special skills required, and full training is provided to help you feel comfortable in your role.

General Manager

  • The role of the general manager is to supervise all aspects of the casino.
  • Responsibilities include: organizations’ official representative to supervise volunteers, their attendance, and their conduct at the Licensed Casino Event in the Cash Cage, the Count Room, and on the gaming floor.
  • A General Manager or Alternative General Manager must be within the Casino Facility at all times during a Licensed Casino Event.


  • The role of the banker is to supervise the cash cage. This includes documenting all cash cage transactions, ensuring the security of the chips and cash in the cash cage, and holding the cashiers accountable for the chips and cash they manage while on duty.
  • The banker reports to the general manager and is responsible for cashiers and chip runners.


  • The cashier’s role is similar to a bank teller’s. The cashier interacts directly with casino players. Any transactions over $200 must be witnessed by the general manager, banker or cash cage advisor. The cashier reports to the banker and works with the general manager, banker, financial control supervisor, advisor, and casino players.

Count Room Supervisor

  • The count room supervisor is responsible for all count room staff and procedures. The count room supervisor reports to the general manager, and works with the general manager and banker. This position is responsible for the sorter, counters, and amalgamator.

Other Count Room positions

  • Count room volunteers take on one of four possible jobs:
    • Sorter: Sorts all cash or chips by denomination
    • Counter: Counts the sorted cash or chips, by denomination
    • Recorder: Records the number of bills, coins, and chips counted
    • Amalgamator: Verifies the cash or chips counted and groups them into bundles and summarizes the cash and chips with the count room supervisor

Chip Runner

  • The chip runner opens, distributes, maintains, and closes an inventory of chips and credits. The chip runner reports to the banker, and works with the general manager, banker, and gaming table personnel.