THE LIFELINE Shop at 4/44 Forth St, Kempsey, will open its doors to the general public and potential volunteers in a first Open Day event on Tuesday at 10am.
Shop Manager Sam Russell would like to invite people to see how the shop operates and what is required of volunteers in a Lifeline Shop.
"Volunteers are the lifeforce of our business and the Lifeline Shop in Kempsey. We would like to invite people to look around the shop, have a cup of tea and learn about volunteering," Sam said.
Sam is committed to helping people realise their potential through skill building, experience and encouragement in sharing ideas in a vibrant and exciting retail environment.
"I encourage people to consider volunteering, learn new skills and meet new friends all while working towards a good cause," Sam said.
Lisa Willows, marketing coordinator at Lifeline Mid Coast, said "volunteers are the reason we are able to continue saving lives through our service."
Lifeline answered in excess of one million calls to 131-114 with demands on Lifeline services expected to continue to grow year by year.
For more information on the Kempsey Lifeline Shop Open Day, contact Sam on 6563-1043 or email@example.com
For suicide prevention and crisis support services call Lifeline on 131-114 or connect online at www.lifeline.org.au.
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