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Charity Shop Stock Room Volunteer - Heald Green

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Working with the Shop Manager and other team members in the sorting room, playing a crucial part in supporting our shop operations by efficiently managing stock in the backroom, this volunteer position is perfect for someone who enjoys organisation, teamwork, and contributing to a meaningful cause. As a Stock Room volunteer you will become an essential part of our Retail Team. This role will suit someone who wants to keep busy but not necessarily work in a customer-facing environment. Generally speaking the role will encompass the following : • General housekeeping • Receiving, sorting, and organising donated items in the stock room • Assist in the tagging, pricing and general categorisation of merchandise. • Steaming clothing • Positive teamwork and interaction with the other retail volunteers and shop manager.

Role

Do you have a few hours you can spare to help this local charity? No experience necessary as all training will be provided. You just need a willingness to learn and work with the friendly team of volunteers at the Heald Green Shop. We appreciate any help you can offer - most volunteers do a morning or afternoon shift on 1-3 times a week but we can be flexible around what suits you. We appreciate all the support our volunteers offer and we hope that you will enjoy volunteering with Beechwood, and perhaps learn new skills, meet new people, help your CV and help the local community.

When:

Weekdays, Weekends

Where:

SK8

Closing date for applications:

31 December 2024

Who to contact:

Cathy Yates

Beechwood Cancer Care Centre

Organisation description:

Beechwood is a local charity based in Stockport which offers support to those living with cancer, as well as their relatives and carers. We first began offering cancer care back in 1990, and since then, our Centre has helped many people. We understand how cancer and illness can affect someone’s life, and we also know how helpful it can be to talk with other clients and carers. Visitors to our Centre can choose from a range of support, including: One-to-one counselling sessions Complementary therapies Group sessions with other clients/carers We can help with every stage of illness, and our Centre visitors include those who have just been diagnosed and need a listening ear, people at different stages of treatment and those ready to move on following treatment.

Organisation type:

Registered Charity

Company location:

Beechwood Cancer Care Centre Chelford Grove, Stockport , SK3 8LS

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