LEETON'S Community Op Shop is becoming so busy more volunteers are urgently needed to lend a hand.
The op shop is not only home to all sorts of clothes for residents of all ages, but also toys, books, furniture, jewellery and much more.
It is has several welfare and social programs helping those in need from its free breakfast club and cafe to hot meal program and much more.
Store manager Jodie Ridge said it was crucial more volunteers were found.
"At this time of year some of our regular volunteers, who are a bit older, head off for a holiday so we just need some back up," she said.
"It's been very busy lately, we've even had TAFE students here helping us out, which has been great.
"It never ends, it's so busy.
"The things we're doing in the op shop, it's just making us busier.
"It's not a bad problem to have."
Becoming a volunteer gives a sense of achievement and satisfaction, according to Mrs Ridge.
"The tasks can involve a whole range of things," she said. "It can be everything from welcoming people through the door to pricing glassware. It's a lot of fun.
"We ask people what they are interested in and see what their talents are. If their talent or interest is craft, we'll pop them in our craft section."
Volunteers can spend as much or as little time at the store as they like, with their hours dependent on their availability.
The op shop has reminded residents of its daily breakfast club, which is free, as well as its lunch program where a hearty meal can be purchased for $4.
For more information about becoming a volunteer contact the store.
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