MSHH Donor Closet seeks volunteers to run store and make deliveries

image001The MSHH Donor Closet in Edmonds is seeking volunteers to help run the store and make deliveries. Specifically, the organization needs “people persons” with retail experience and drivers.

The MSHH Donor Closet helps people in Washington state with Multiple Sclerosis who are experiencing financial difficulties. To do this, the organization raises money through a store that accepts donations of medical and mobility equipment, then refurbish it to make it available for a suggested minimum donation amount.

“This would be a perfect opportunity for someone who no longer works full-time, but would like to apply their skills in a part-time role that seriously helps people with disabilities,” Richard Marin, president of MSHH, said. “The personal satisfaction you feel at the end of the day is incredible.”

Volunteers are needed to help run the store between 10 a.m.and 3 p.m. any day between Tuesday and Saturday. Volunteers generally work two to four times a month.

Drivers are also needed during the same hours. Drivers make deliveries and pick up donations.

No previous medical or mobility equipment experience is required.

The MSHH Donor Closet is run entirely by volunteers, so all proceeds go directly into the MSHH Donor Closet’s mission.

For more information about the MSHH Donor Closet, visit their website. If you are interested in volunteering, contact Richard Marin at 425-778-3762.

The MSHH Donor Closet is located at 409 Howell Way in Edmonds.

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