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Thrift Store Volunteer (In-person)

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ORGANIZATION: Low Entropy Foundation

  • 4 people are interested

Volunteer Thrift and Found Store (In-person)

We are looking for enthusiastic and friendly volunteers to support us in person to operate our thrift store. You will perform a wide range of duties. We are constantly in search of volunteers and have a wide variety of opportunities available.

Four-hour shifts are encouraged but any time is appreciated. Depending upon special needs or duties, hours may be flexible. Most volunteers work one shift per week.


  • Receiving and sorting donations
  • Checking merchandise for quality and condition
  • Organizing, merchandising, and hanging clothing
  • Taking pictures and pricing clothes and items
  • Helping set up our events, decorate, serve refreshments.
  • Support us with the promotion of the store and encourage donations

How Volunteering Can Help You:

  • By making a difference in your community
  • Meeting new people and making new friends
  • Self-growth and boosting confidence
  • Practicing and learning new skills
  • Making you feel appreciated and needed
  • Hands-on experience
  • Networking
  • Gain your volunteer hours for school
  • Build your resume
  • Connect to the community

Contact: volunteer@lowentropy.org

Please apply by filling out this application form:


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About Low Entropy Foundation


#310 - 2540 Shaughnessy Street, Port Coquitlam, British Columbia V3C 3W4, CA

Mission Statement

The Low Entropy Foundation is on a mission to elevate humanity through the power of compassionate, authentic communities. Our programs foster transformational impact by empowering individuals through personal growth and meaningful interpersonal connections. We believe that personal development should be available to all!


Since 2015, what started as a small gathering for like-minded individuals has blossomed into an expansive community of programs and individuals seeking to elevate their worldview. Today, the Low Entropy Foundation offers a wide variety of free services for adults, youth, and children to empower personal development and build authentic interpersonal connections.


Children & Youth
Children & Youth, Community, Seniors


We'll work with your schedule.


#310 - 2540 Shaughnessy StreetPort CoquitlamPort Coquitlam, Canada



  • Customer Service
  • Transactions
  • Merchandising
  • People Skills




  • Must be at least 19
  • 8 hrs/month

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