Volunteers are needed to help sort and process donations for community thrift store. All proceeds from the store go directly into programs that serve children in the Greater Phoenix area.
Sorting/Processing involves: taking items out of boxes and bags and sorting them for cleanliness and usability / sell-ability, and by brand, style and season.
Other duties includes: steaming, tagging, organizing, storing, cleaning. Electronic items will be tested to ensure they work, batteries/bulbs added, etc.
Volunteer opportunities are available Monday thru Saturday from 9am to 4pm. Flexible hours available.
This position is great for individuals who like to sort and organize items, or anyone wishing to make new friends with common interests.
Located in North Central Phoenix, the ALP Thrift Boutique is known for its friendly environment and clean store, offering shoppers quality items at great prices. The Thrift Boutique provides funding for programs that serve children in living poverty.
Assistance League of Phoenix improves lives of children through philanthropic programs that fulfill basic needs, foster self-esteem and enhance quality of life.
Assistance League of Phoenix brings smiles to school children across the Greater Phoenix area by distributing its programs that work to improve childrens lives by fulfilling basic needs, fostering self-esteem and enhancing quality ofl life.
ALP is a volunteer driven non-profit, which means the programs are not possible without compassionate people who want to give back.
Operation School Bell - provides brand new school clothing and other essentials to children in the K-8th grade in Title I schools throughout the Phoenix area.
HUGS - provides cute teddy bears to Phoenix PD and Fire Department for distribution to children who have experienced a traumatic event, giving them something to hug at their time of need.
Book Gifts, promotes literacy to Title 1 students with books gifted on their birthday, class sets for educators and literacy days.
Wee Help - prepares layettes for social service agencies and are distributed to new mothers and newborns in poverty