Winona Volunteer Services is seeking applicants for this new position. Loading Dock Coordinator Job Description To apply, send or email resume with letter of interest to Sandra Burke, 402 East Second Street Winona MN 55987 or firstname.lastname@example.org by June 23rd, 2017.
Welcome to Winona Volunteer Services
With a caring network of dedicated volunteers and partners, we secure and distribute food, clothing, information, referrals, and emergency assistance in a respectful and dignified manner to people in need.
WVS News & Updates
Stop in soon and check out the great selection of tank tops for only $2.00 a top. Summer will be here soon!! The Clothes Shop, where every day is a sale day!
Saturday May 13th was the National Letter Carrier Food Drive. We collected 11, 036 pounds of food and $320 thanks to our local Winona Letter Carriers and our wonderful community donors!!! This is our second major food drive of the year!!
Thanks to everyone who participated in our Fabulous Fashions Show Fundraiser on April 21. 2017. There was a great vibe in The Clothes Shop that night and we raised $10,500 from our live auction volunteers !!! Joyce Woodworth and her son Nathan were outstanding as Master of Ceremonies and Auctioneer. And our fashion models rocked the red carpet in their […]
Don’t forget your tickets to a truly entertaining evening at The Clothes Shop. The Fabulous Fashion Show Fundraiser should not be missed. The tickets to this event are $20 now and $30 at the door. The starting bid for each of The Fabulous 2017 Live Auction Volunteers will be $100.00 Take a look and see who […]
All items in The Clothes Shop will be twenty-five cents on Thursday April 20th, 2017. Don’t miss out on this great sale which will include winter and spring items. Stop in on Thursday between 9am and 6pm to pick out the best deals! The Clothes Shop will then be closed from Friday April 21st ( […]
A big thanks to the Winona State Students who spearheaded this years’ Dream Closet, a student run organization that puts on a free shopping experience for the low-income families in Winona. According to Gabby Ingebrand, they included everyday essentials like towels, toothpaste, tooth brushes, soap, shampoo, etc. along with clothing to the community. We are extremely grateful to this group […]