We count on a great group of volunteers to help run the Thrift Shop. Their contribution of time allows us to keep operating expenses as low as possible.
NOVA Thrift Shop provides 100% of profits to support victims of crime in Bucks County. Volunteers share our mission and make it a great place to work. Additional volunteers are always needed.
Why consider volunteering at NOVA Thrift Shop?
Volunteers tell us that they like to help here because they want to support services for victims of crime in Bucks County; also, because it is a fun, friendly and supportive place to volunteer.
When can I volunteer?
Volunteers are welcome to work at times that are convenient for them during hours of operation. Most volunteers commit to a 2- to 8-hour shift once or twice a week but we are happy to have your help at any time.
What does a volunteer do?
There are a variety of tasks that need to be done every day to keep this beautiful store running. Volunteer jobs include working the cash register, sorting, pricing, hanging clothing or merchandising items to making the store look nice. Volunteers are welcome to try any or all of these jobs and find something that they love to do.
Who can volunteer?
We welcome anyone over the age of 16 with a friendly disposition and the ability to spare a few hours each week to join our volunteer staff. Most of our work requires standing on your feet and the ability to easily walk around the store.
How do I get started as a volunteer?
Speak with a NOVA Thrift Shop manager by calling (215) 249-8000 or stop by the store at 2116 Broad Street, Perkasie. You will need to fill out a short application and, after that, you sign up to work whenever it is convenient for you. We orient you and teach you all you need to know. No retail experience is necessary.