Donations Sorters & Facebook/ebay Listers
The majority of our income comes for the sale of donated goods through our Facebook and ebay stores.
We are looking for help with sorting of the donations (clothing, shoes, books, DVDs, bric-a-brack, baby equipment, school uniforms, furniture and electrical items), photographing and listing on social media.
When items have been sold, they are then required to be packaged and posted.
About Families1st4additional needs
We provide advice and guidance to families who have children with autism and other neurological conditions and complex needs including mental health. We help to provide educational healthcare plans to help support children in mainstream education. Help to obtain financial allowances, provide a free food hub, donated school uniform, free baby items and support sessions and activities with SEN.
What skills do I need?
No experienced needed but should be able to use Facebook and ebay.
- Age restrictions
- Child Protection Policy (where relevant)
- DBS check required
- Health and Safety Policy
- Ongoing support
- Training provided
- Volunteer induction
Induction Training: Introduction to the charity, what we do, who we are and meet the other volunteers Introduction to our health & safety policies Walkthrough of online systems and shared online drives to access information that may be required to support their work
When can I volunteer?
Up to the individual
This opportunity has no specific location.
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