Volunteers are essential to the operation of Mountain Resource Center. Volunteers supplement positions for which funds are limited or not available and they act as a conduit between the community and the Center. They bring in new ideas, vitality, consumers, education and more volunteers. Share your time and talents today with our community by volunteering your time to one or more of these openings.
MRC Thrift and Gift Store
- Cashiers - a four hour volunteer period is desired if possible
- Intake volunteers - donation days Tuesday and Saturday 10:30am to 4:00pm Do not need to commit to any specific number of hours
- Trash carriers (transportation required) to remove unwanted/not suitable merchandise from store
The Ladies Guild
The MRC Ladies Guild was founded in 2008 to support the Mountain Resource Center (MRC) and its health, education and human services initiatives focused on “Neighbors Helping Neighbors.” There is no fee or obligation to join. The Guild’s mission is to be a grassroots communication medium to our mountain community about urgent needs for our community. The Guild is a vital support link between MRC and the community we proudly serve. By effectively communicating requests, the Guild becomes an important link between MRC and the community, reinforcing the adage “Many hands make quick work.” The Ladies Guild membership has a core committee, called the Driving Force, who meet during the academic school year to discuss how best to support Mountain Resource Center in its mission. Membership continues for the life of the group. The hobo sign for A Kind-Hearted Lady Lives Here used during The Great Depression was adopted as the Ladies Guild logo and slogan.
Current MRC Ladies Guild Driving Force Members:
Karen Verdier, Staff Liaison
Sharon Schrage, Executive Director
Community Support Services
Community Disaster Relief
Health Services Volunteers