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Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society

Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society

822 Hancock Circle | 559-998-4045

8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday

If a young Sailor needs help to get home because his mother is critically ill, could you answer the call? Volunteers at the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society help Sailors, Marines and their families, both active and retired, to sort through problems and find a solution. The society’s workforce consists primarily of volunteers who commit a few hours each week to help others. Volunteers are needed in a wide variety of positions, including case work, a thrift store, publicity,  newsletters, layettes and a Budget for Baby class. If you have the desire to help fellow military service members and families, get job experience and want to make new friends, a worthwhile volunteer position is waiting for you. Volunteers are recognized with awards for hours served. The society provides all the necessary training for the position and will pay child care expenses while you volunteer. Reimbursement is also available for mileage.

THRIFT SHOP

Building 860 559-998-4049

10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday

Looking for a real bargain on uniform items, adult clothing, kitchenware, books or a variety of household goods? Why not try the base thrift shop, operated by the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS). The NMCRS is always looking for thrift shop donations and volunteers willing to assist with the many charitable support organizations.

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