“This is the best job you’ll never be paid for!”
Membership is open to both women and men who have the time and passion to volunteer.  Our programs are tailored to the needs of our community, but they also provide the perfect venue for our members’ interests and abilities.  Make a difference in your community by sharing your enthusiasm and extending a helping hand while making new friends.

We have several groups that play bridge, Bunco, Canasta, and pinochle.  Our crafting group has great fun with their projects.  Some of us have monthly dinner and movie nights, and a few go traveling together.

We also have members who are still working full time, or are enrolled in six (6) units of college classes, who join our non-voting Professionals’ Committee or serve as Community Volunteers.

Membership applications are being accepted now! You may email us at ThriftShopAL@att.com or call 209-466-8386 and leave a message; our membership committee will quickly contact you.

Membership Levels and Requirements

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  • Attend regular, annual and special
    chapter meetings
  • Work three (3) shifts per month at the thrift shop
  • Participate in a philanthropic
    program and/or a committee
  • Support the fundraising activities
    of the chapter
  • Pay annual dues of $80

Non-voting:

  • Professionals:  those who work 20 hours
    a week or are enrollS. Arnett Professional 2015ed in six (6) units of college classes may join this committee whose predominant contribution is chairing the Comfort Kits Program
  • Others who wish to reduce their commitment may, after ten (10) years of being a Voting Member, change their status to Non-voting.
  • May participate in and support the philanthropic programs and fundraising activities of the chapter
  • Pay annual dues of $80

Here is a member of our Professionals Committee gathering little socks for their annual fundraiser for the Comfort Kits for foster children.

Some of our Members Working and Having Fun

OSB P. Sadek & Moncerath 3-14Peggy Sadek at Payless Shoes and a proud little girl with her pink tennis shoes.


Shirley Martin introducing one of The Kids on the Block’s skits to third graders as an assistant signs for the hearing impaired children.

Pat Powell in our Operation School Bell building helping a young girl with new clothes.