Women’s Club of Pittsford Guidelines for Shed Volunteers
All gently used clothing, shoes, sneakers, belts, purses, blankets, sheets, drapes, pillowcases are accepted in bags. No furniture, electronics, books, household items, toys, garbage, pillows, rags or fabric scraps is accepted for donation at the Shed.
All bags need to be tied (not wire ties)
All shoes, which can be left in boxes or bags, belts and purses are put on one side
All hangers need to be removed
All loose clothes and shoes need to be put in large bags, which can be found in our box near the door. Items from small bags need to be consolidated into larger bags.
Stack all items against the back, double doors in a sandbag fashion. The higher the bags, the easier it is for the St. Pauly drivers to remove them.
Items that are not acceptable for the Shed and can be readily seen without going through a closed bag:
if nice, can be put aside for the spring WCOP Garage Sale
removed and discarded
The padlock code is 4-1-4 and the numbers need to be lined up along the vertical line to open the lock. When relocking, put arm back into padlock and turn a couple numbers.
If you find the door to be locked, a key to open it is available in a small grey box attached to the side of one of the supports on Pati Robben’s back porch (133 South Main Street).
Call the chair or co-chair if:
More donation flyers are needed in the boxes on the front of the Shed
To report any problems or concerns
A broom and a shovel are available in the Shed, if needed.
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Members of the General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC), the largest nondenominational, nonpartisan, international service organization of volunteer women.