Target groupYouth, Adults, Elderly, Women
LocationTarwekamp 3, 2592 XV Den Haag
Minimum age18 year
- Volunteer policy
- Volunteer insurance
- Suitable for speakers of other languages
- Offers guidance to volunteers
Would you like to help those in financial need by providing them with nice clothing? Then this could be just the job for you!
We are looking for someone who likes clothes and advising people on how to dress.
Tasks may include:
- Sorting the clothes we have checked and, if necessary, carrying out minor repairs.
- The clothes need to be organized in the appropriate wardrobes and on shelves.
- When asked, you may help customers find the right clothes and sizes.
- Keep inventory, take down what was bought in and what is needed.
We work according to a schedule.
Being in the schedule means we expect you to be present. There are people counting on you!
We are still looking for volunteers on Monday (morning or afternoon), Thursday morning and Friday morning.
Times in the morning: from 9:45 to 13:00
In the afternoon: from 12.45 to 16.00
START DATE IS FLEXIBLE
Number of hours per week
Consultancy and support, Crafts and hobbies, Host/Hostess, Chores, Sales, Health and care
Minimal level of educationmbo, mavo, vmbo, lbo
Days / Dayparts
Required skillsPractical, Creative, Organising, Collaborating, Fixing, Care-taking
Compensation (per hour)0
What do you get in returnIt is like working in a clothing store, only the customers do not pay for the clothes.
You can gain experience in the field of fashion.
The project is just being set up, so you can get involved from the start, and if there are issues requiring problem-solving, you are to tackle them and improve your skills.
UNFORTUNATELY WE CANNOT OFFER TRAVEL COMPENSATION !
Stichting KledingBank Den Haag
Street and housenumber
Robijnhorst 191 & 13
Zipcode and city
2592 TS Den Haag
Increase cohesion in the district by bringing residents together through activities for young and old.
Organizing creative activities for local residents.
De BuurtKelder (formerly known as De KinderKelder) is a location in Mariahoeve where residents can go and socialize.
The Clothing Bank is also located in the De BuurtKelder Mariahoeve and is operational since August 29, 2015.
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