The Advice and Community Hub, Renaissance House, The Old Christchurch School, London Road, St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex TN37 6AN Telephone: 01424 428375
   
         
    Information Advice and Representation on all Welfare Benefits and Tax Credits    
         
       
         
   

New Welfare Reform Help line 0333 344 0681

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    Why not become a HARC shop volunteer?    
         
   
 
     
 
     
  I f you are interested in becoming a volunteer for a worthwhile cause, call in at your nearest shop or telephone us to discuss.  
     
  Volunteers are always welcome in HARC shops. Flexible hours to suit you. Expenses paid. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer for a worthwhile cause, call in at your nearest shop or telephone to discuss. See below for frequently asked questions.  
     
 
 
 
Who can volunteer?   Anyone that has some spare time and would like to use it to good purpose.
     
What will I get out of it?   Meet people, make friends, have fun learning new skills which may help you into paid employment.
     
What work will I do?  
If you like fashion, the perhaps sorting clothes might be for you. If you enjoy retailing, then helping customers, pricing stock or working the till may be right for you.
     
Will I need any special skills?   No, but if you have any relevant skills, they will be put to good use. On-the-job training and support will be provided.
     
How much of my time will it take up?  
HARC shops only ask for a regular commitment of one half-day session per week although more hours are available if required. Volunteers' expenses will be reimbursed if necessary.
 
   
         
    Voluntary opportunities are occasionally available in HARC's office. Please contact HARC for details.    
         
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