Charity Shop Volunteers
Buckinghamshire South Branch
Charity shops in the following locations:
- 47 Hill Avenue, Amersham, HP6 5BX
- 68 High Street, Burnham, SL1 7JT
- 47 High Street, Chesham, HP5 1BW
- 10 High Street, Princes Risborough, HP27 0AX
Number of vacancies:
Several across the 4 sites
To help in the charity shop selling goods to raise funds for local animal
General everyday shop duties including using till and handling cash, customer
service, answering telephone calls from the general public, tidying the shop
floor, sorting donations, steaming and pricing goods.
of volunteering and time:
Flexible but ideally a minimum “shift” of a morning or afternoon and an ongoing
commitment is preferred.
Experience/skills/knowledge/personal qualities required:
Common sense along with a sense of humour, reliability and able to work with
other people. Shop experience would be useful. There will be some lifting and
carrying. The shops provide a social environment in which volunteers can make a
real contribution to animal welfare.
Any necessary training will be
provided by the shop manager.
Jill Grimwood, Volunteer Co-ordinator
Telephone: 01494 792749 Email: email@example.com
or call in at the shop.
We are looking for someone to
fill this important volunteer position within the Branch.
Generally working from home the role would possibly require some
commitment each day.
The Branch Trustees will provide guidance and support and reasonable
expenses will be reimbursed.
Access to email and basic computer skills would be required.
activities of the Branch Secretary are:-
To act as the main point of contact between the National Society,
Branch Trustees and Branch Members.
To arrange the distribution of correspondence and literature received by
To arrange Branch meetings, including the Annual General Meeting, ensuring
that accurate minutes are taken.
To ensure that committee decisions are implemented.
If you feel that you would like
to join us please contact our Volunteer Co-Ordinator, Jill Grimwood, on
firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01494 792749.