Williamsville, NY

5596 Main St.
Williamsville, NY 14221

Store Hours:

Mon-FrI: 11-6
Saturday 10-6
Sunday 12-4

Ten Thousand Villages helps to preserve crafting traditions passed down through generations, connecting customers with other cultures and their artistic heritage and creating beauty in the world.

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Lead Sales Associate/Volunteer Coordinator

We're hiring!

• This is a unique opportunity to combine sales and volunteer coordination at our fair trade store. This position will be instrumental in volunteer: recruitment/outreach, on boarding, training, scheduling and creating a productive sales team. The Lead Sales Associate will provide the highest level of customer service set by Ten Thousand Villages, while assisting the Store Manager in carrying out the day-to-day operations. Applicants looking to expand on their retail experience and provide leadership to a diverse volunteer staff should apply.

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Benefit Shopping Days!

Ten Thousand Villages Williamsville, partners with other non-profit organizations for special shopping events at the store. Up to 20% of sales during these events are donated to guest organizations.

For some thirty years, Ten Thousand Villages Western New York located in Williamsville, NY, a locally supported non-profit retail store has brought the products and stories of our international artisan partners to Western New York. We are committed to continuing our mission of providing sustainable income to over 130 artisan groups around the world.

Being a retail store, it is essential we have an up-to-date technology systems to support our social business. Donations we receive from our, Registers for a Reason Campaign will ensure we can continue our mission of bringing income to those in need.

Your donation allows for thousands of people internationally earn an income and provide for their families. They receive business management skills and donate a percent of what they make back into their communities. They can continue to carry on the traditional craft work of their countries and live in dignity. Without this support, many would be obligated to work in exploitive industries or be unemployed.

Check out the link for more information: https://www.givegab.com/nonprofits/ten-thousand-villages/campaigns/new-registers