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Volunteers gain employment references, fulfill mandated court orders, obtain volunteer reward benefits from EIA, interact with the community and so much more. Our awesome volunteers help to support community needs and by doing this we can offer a valuable service by providing affordable clothing, toys, linens, household items & furniture. Located at 555 Spence Street; Open 10 am to 4 pm – Monday – Saturday / Closed Sunday and all holidays. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to see our great deals and fun events throughout the year: Magic Mystery Thrift Shop Bus Tour, Clothing Swaps and Fashion Shows!
Thrive could not do its Mission without You!
The Thrift Shop is often looking for more volunteers. Our main volunteer positions are Cashiers, Sorters and Pricers.
- Cashiers work in the store providing customer service, running the cash register, and keeping the store tidy and organized.
- Sorters and Pricers work in the warehouse, sorting through new donations and determining what price to sell them for.
We also require people with specific skills or abilities to do things like general maintenance, or to test donated electronics. To view the job descriptions for the possible volunteer positions, visit our Volunteer page.
For more information and to learn which volunteer positions are currently open please call Kristy at 204.783.9281.
A United Way Winnipeg Day of Caring is an opportunity for workplaces to volunteer and help a United Way Winnipeg agency partner or non-profit organization complete a project that contributes to local community development, renewal, and pride. Building something, painting, helping put on an event for children or cleaning up a community space are common Day of Caring examples.
To find out more about United Way Winnipeg Day of Caring opportunities for your workplace email email@example.com
Got an old stereo that you no longer want which doesn’t work or that has seen better days? Don’t recycle it, instead contact the volunteers at Saving Audio Recycling! They fix up & repair stuff like amplifiers, record players and speakers then they give it away to local community organizations like Thrive. Visit www.savingaudiorecycling.ca for more information.