Charity Retail Association Launches Volunteer-Matching Service to Help Charities Re-Open

Posted on: June 21, 2020

The service aims to help shops fill volunteer gaps and allow potential volunteers an easy way to express an interest in contributing to the work that charity shops do in their communities and for their parent charities.

Members of the public who are interested in volunteering can sign up via www.charityshopvolunteer.org.uk.

Retailers with vacancies will be able to ‘interrogate’ the database and identify potential volunteers according to their location and specific charity interest.

Read their full article here.

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