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Snowline Thrift Store EBAY Volunteer

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Snowline Hospice

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Flexible schedule and fun, fun, fun. Volunteer at Snowline's Ebay Store.
Do you love all things vintage? What about the thrift store hunt for your next cool item?
If you answered yes, then we need you! We are looking for volunteers to help us in our Ebay Store in Placerville. Snowline Thrift Stores serve Snowline Hospice and support patients near end-of-life. Your work taking photos of cool finds, organizing the merchandise to be posted on Ebay, and writing item descriptions will serve to make a difference in the lives that need it most. All items sold on our Ebay store go towards caring for patients.

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About Snowline Hospice


6520 Pleasant Valley Rd, DIAMOND SPGS, CA 95619, US

Mission Statement

To serve our community by supporting patients near end-of-life and guiding loved ones through grief.


We are looking for volunteers to serve patients, in administrative duties, and at our thrift stores.
Serving patients is rewarding. Serving in administrative tasks is crucial. Serving at our thrift stores is fun.
Plus, we have four locations to choose from: Folsom, Cameron Park, Placerville, and the RAP Center in Placerville.
All volunteer opportunities support our mission of providing little to no-cost hospice and supportive care to patients near end-of-life. Come serve today and know what you do matters to those that need it most.



We'll work with your schedule.


3961 El Dorado RoadPlacervillePlacerville, CA 95667






  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Pick your own schedule. Flexibility for volunteers.

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