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Ymca
10 Waterhouse Street
Halifax
HX1 1UG

Mon - Fri: 09:00-16:30   Sat: 09:00-15:00   Sun: Closed   

www.ymcahalifax.org
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Ever since the YMCA store opened, it has strived to help those in need by selling quality goods and providing an excellent customer service and the store need the public's help to continue. The store needs volunteers desperately.

But there is an extremely wide range of activities the YMCA does.
The organisation focuses mainly on helping people and to do this they have stores all around the country, and without volunteers in these stores, they would close because The YMCA relies heavily on volunteers as every penny donated needs to go to people who desperately need it.

The charity focus the work in three key areas, because nurturing the potential of young people, helping people live healthier, happier lives, and supporting neighbours are fundamental to strengthening communities.

The charity aims to supply local people with a friendly customer service experience and has a large store space with lots of clothes, brik a brak and furniture to browse through with ease. The charity was created to help others by doing a wide range of activities, the charity shop being just one of these.

The store sells, as mentioned before a wide range of products that would suit everyone's needs from clothes to toys. If a customer want something, it's a great place to check out because the store seems to have everything.

YMCA has a small group of customers, situated in the Halifax area, including the friendly local people.

The charity shop is managed by Janine and Jaks who have volunteered and helped the Charity Shop market for many years. Both the manager and assistant manager always greet customers with a smile and friendly advice if needed and are normally in the store Monday to Saturday from half 8 until half 4, always helping out.

With all the friendly members of staff and a string of the all important volunteers the store is always bustling and striving to help others. Without them, there would be no store.
Last Updated : 25 Jan 2011