Share Your Time & Talents

Getting started is easy

Ditto uses Signup.com, an online scheduling tool, to make it easy for you to sign up for volunteer shifts. Simply click on the dates of interest and a list of available shifts appears. Select and save your desired shift(s) and an email confirmation is automatically sent to you, along with a reminder just prior to your shift. So simple! Click here to get started!

You can also sign up for a shift by contacting our General Manager, Deborah Shields, directly at dshields@dittostl.com or 314-724-3310.


Why Volunteers Matter

Volunteers are the lifeblood of this mission and there are ways to plug in no matter your time or talents. Give us a few hours when it’s convenient for you, and we will plug you in an area that fits your interests and feeds your passions.

Enjoy hands-on tasks and have an affinity for organization, or maybe retail sales but not regular retail hours? We have many opportunities that will suit your preferences and background. Join our growing ranks of volunteers and we will train you on everything you need to know.


Volunteer benefits 

We love our volunteers and are so very grateful for their service! Whether its your first shift or you fiftieth, during the months of March through May, 2017, receive a $20 Ditto clothing voucher EACH time you serve a two-hour volunteer shift! (Up to one per day.) This is in addition to the 20% storewide discount volunteers always receive the day of their shift!


Testimonials

"I love knowing that all the items we are sorting go to a great cause and that I'm supporting our schools with my time."

Michelle Combs,
Westminster Christian Academy Parent

"Ditto not only does the very important job of raising money for Christian education, but it does another important job of building community and engaging hearts. At the store, you see the giving of people both in time and goods and local neighbors who come to shop. The gospel goes out in the many services Ditto provides, and it comes back in through the people Ditto touches."

Doug Hickel,
Ditto Board Member and Kirk Day School Parent