Warehouse Manager

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I Support the Girls - Whidbey Island seeks a dedicated and reliable individual to serve as Warehouse Manager. In this volunteer-based role, the Warehouse Manager will play a vital role in overseeing the operations of our small warehouse, ensuring that donations are sorted, organized, and distributed efficiently to our partnering organizations. The ideal candidate will possess strong organizational skills, be comfortable working with a team, and be physically capable of lifting and moving boxes as needed.

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Maintain the day-to-day operations of the warehouse, ensuring that all tasks are completed in a timely and efficient manner.
  2. Sort through incoming donations and ensure that items are properly stored and organized according to established procedures.
  3. Fill requests from partner organizations, accurately counting and preparing items for distribution.
  4. Coordinate with partner organizations to arrange donation pick-up, ensuring timely and reliable service.
  5. Collaborate closely with other volunteers to ensure smooth communication and workflow.
  6. Adhere to safety protocols and guidelines while working in the warehouse, prioritizing the well-being of volunteers.
  7. Report regularly to ISTG leadership on warehouse activities, including inventory levels, donation distributions, and any challenges or concerns that may arise.


  • Previous experience in warehouse management or a related field is preferred but not required.
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Ability to work well in a team environment and collaborate effectively with others.
  • Physical capability to lift and move boxes, sometimes over 40 lb, bend, stoop, and stand for extended periods.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Comfortable following established procedures while also open to suggestions for improvement.
  • Commitment to the mission and values of I Support the Girls - Whidbey Island.

Hours: Approximately 6 hours per week, with flexibility as needed.

This volunteer position offers an opportunity to make a meaningful impact in the community by supporting individuals in need. If you are passionate about serving others and have the skills and dedication to excel in this role, we encourage you to apply.

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393 E Gude Drive, Rockville, MD 20850, US

Mission Statement

Through an international network of Affiliates, I Support the Girls (ISTG) collects and distributes essential items, including bras, underwear, and menstrual hygiene products, allowing women and folx experiencing homelessness, impoverishment, or distress to stand tall with dignity.


In July 2015, the concept behind I Support the Girls (ISTG) was born from a conversation between the Founder, Dana Marlowe, and a sales clerk at a bra store. With the words, "Homeless women need bras, too," the first drive for donations began. Marlowe spoke with a homeless shelter in her area that confirmed that bras are infrequently donated, are in high demand, and are expensive to purchase. It was the same story with menstrual hygiene products. Women on the street regularly choose between food and these items, meaning they frequently use creative means to address their needs: belts around their chest to replace bras, wadded-up toilet paper, paper towels, or newspaper instead of hygiene products.

The lack of bras and hygiene products is an issue in every community. Still, the problem is rarely discussed due to the taboo nature of menstruation. Our grassroots efforts continued to spread worldwide.

As we started providing bras to people experiencing homelessness, we learned that a bra allows a person to stand up straighter, improve their self-esteem, and build confidence. A bra can help start them on a new path. Our recipient organizations now include day shelters, domestic violence organizations, Title 1 schools, LGBTQ+ specific organizations, addiction rehabilitation facilities, Native American Reservations, Departments of Corrections and re-entry programs, food banks, organizations serving breast cancer survivors, immigrants and asylees, and more.


Advocacy & Human Rights
Emergency & Safety
Advocacy & Human Rights, Emergency & Safety, Women


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555 Regatta DriveOak Harbor, WA 98277



  • Warehousing
  • Inventory Management
  • Operations
  • Multi-Tasking
  • Organization
  • Problem Solving


  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 18
  • 6 hours per week, with flexibility as needed
  • Must be physically able to lift 40+ lb

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