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Animals’ Shelter seeks ‘top dog’ for new charity shop

Animals’ Shelter seeks ‘top dog’ for new charity shop

Tuesday 18 May 2021

Animals’ Shelter seeks ‘top dog’ for new charity shop


The Animals’ Shelter is on the hunt for a ‘top dog’ to manage the new charity shop it plans to launch this autumn.

The JSPCA says the new fundraising store will be stocking everything from good-quality clothes to books, games, ornaments and small items of furniture.

“This is a new initiative for the JSPCA that will see an additional income stream for the Animals' Shelter which will help us to carry on providing our services to the island,” the charity explained.

The team are keeping the shop’s location quiet at the moment, but have teased that it will be “out of town."

Due to lack of storage, the charity isn’t able to take donations just yet, but plans to make an appeal in September. It’s therefore asking anyone interested in supporting the charity to hold onto their old items until then.

Before it opens, the JSPCA it looking to recruit an “excellent team player” to become the shop’s Manager.

They’ll be expected to take charge of tasks ranging from running the volunteer team to sorting, pricing, and merchandising.

More information about the job can be found HERE.

Meanwhile, anyone keen to donate can let Fundraising Manager Michelle Parker know in advance by emailing michelle@jspca.org.je

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