Volunteers needed at Donation Station in San Jose

Tuesday, Apr 26, 2011  |  Updated 10:26 AM PDT
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Step Up Silicon Valley is the community-based initiative that includes organizations in the public sector, faith communities and businesses, and is part of the national Campaign to Reduce Poverty in America. The Donation Station serves anyone who is refered by agencies within the partnership, ie, Sacred Heart, Second Harvest. Clients can come to the Donation Station to get what they need at no cost.  We are like Goodwill, but we don't charge for the items, they are given away to clients in need. New and gently used clothing and household items will be received, sorted and displayed and given free of charge to anyone referred by a partner of Step Up Silicon Valley: Campaign to Cut Poverty. Help receive donations and assist donors in filling out in-kind forms.

Help organize, sort and display the items at the donation station.
Assist donation station shoppers.

Click here to register!


Dates/Times: Tuesday – Saturday, 10 – 6 p.m.
Volunteer Shifts Available: Volunteers can work all or partial day:2, 3, or 4 hour shifts available, or any combination of shifts approved by Donation Station Supervisor.
Minimum age for volunteers accompanied by parent or guardian: 9
Address: 2625 Zanker Road, San Jose 95134, around the back of the building. Cross street is Trimble Road. Enter at Trimble and it will be straight ahead by the roll up door.


Contact: Raúl Rocha, Donation Station Supervisor, 408-325-5278, donationstation@CatholicCharitiesSCC.org

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