Volunteer at OutFITters
Click below to hear more about volunteering at OutFITters Thrift Store:
OutFITters Thrift Store in Manchester offers a wide selection of new and gently used furniture, electronics, seasonal decorations, housewares and clothing and accessories for the whole family.
Volunteers are at the heart of OutFITters Thrift Store and without them, the store couldn’t run successfully! 100% of the profits from the store go directly into the FIT-NH programs that help homeless individuals and families, keeping the store stocked and running smoothly is essential for the success of all our programs.
IMPORTANT: This volunteer opportunity does not work directly with our clients. If you are interested in working with our clients, please click HERE.
In 2017, OutFITters had over 18,000 volunteer hours! Thank you all for your support!
We are looking for volunteers to help with:
- Sort through, clean and price donations
- Receive, unload, and organize donations
- Dress mannequins and create displays
- Help greet and support customers by running a register
- Keeping facilities clean for our customers
We accept volunteers Monday – Saturday on 2 hour shifts.
Monday – Saturday 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
At FIT, we want to ensure the best possible volunteer program. Because of the work we do and the population with which we work, we require that specific criteria be met by our volunteers. Please review these criteria carefully and note whether you meet each requirement before completing the application process. If you do not meet our requirements, we’ll be happy to refer you to a more appropriate volunteer placement.
Please see our Volunteer Handbook for a description of how we work with volunteers: Volunteer Handbook
Criminal Background Criteria
In order to be considered for a volunteer placement at FIT, you must have:
- No record of assault, violent criminal offenses and/or weapons charges
- No record of illegal drug charges of any type in the past 10 years
- No record of sexual related charges of any type
- No record of theft or robbery charges
- No record of forgery or identity theft
- No record of criminal trespassing
Court Ordered Community Service
Applicants seeking to earn community service hours through the court system must provide Families in Transition either a court docket containing the charge for which they have been mandated to perform community service hours, or an official letter from their lawyer containing the details of their charge, written on the firm’s letterhead. This document must be submitted along with the rest of the application materials. If the related charge is included on the list above, the applicant will not be eligible for community service with Families in Transition.