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ReStore cashiers, sales floor greeters, loading dock help needed now!
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ReStore (Tues-Sat): HELP NEEDED -unload deliveries ~ clean and test donations ~ stock and display merchandise ~ assist customers ~ any 3 or more hour time slot-one or more times per week or per month ~ ages 16+. Great for retirees also!
Construction (Wed-Sat): full day of volunteer work 8:20am-4pm ~ no experience or tools required ~ages 16 & 17 must have a parent building along with them -ages 18+ may build independently
Office (Mon-Fri): Looking for an experienced graphic designer for flyers, brochures, collateral.
Family Support Committee Members: provide emotional and informational support and serve as a resource for other services~ partner with families from the time they are accepted into Habitat Bucks’ homeownership program until they have been living in their home for one year~ meet monthly at the Habitat office in Chalfont to plan workshops and social activities and take an active role in fundraising to cover the costs of these educational and social events~ meetings are scheduled for the second Tuesday of each month at 7 pm
Speaker’s Bureau: represent Habitat Bucks in the community at churches, events, and other local functions ~ share information and volunteer opportunities ~ new members are needed
Habitat Bucks Young Professionals: Are you between the ages of 20 and 39 and are interested in generating awareness for the need of affordable housing in the Bucks County area? Habitat Bucks Young Professionals are volunteers that network and socialize within the community. You can make a positive impact through organizing special events and fundraisers, learn new skills, and develop stronger social networks.
Contact the Volunteer & Outreach Director at email@example.com or call 215-822-2812 x302 for more details on any of these volunteer positions!
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