Southwest Volusia Habitat for Humanity on w.blue springs in Orange City has treated me, who has a volunteered many times for them, like dirt on the bottom of their shoes. The manager and the director both have stated to me they are there to help the less fortunate by offering re-used/recycled items back to the less fortunate, while trying to raise money to build houses...Then why are they only excepting high end items/refusing everything else and have asked me to mark these high end items way up at ridiculous retail prices and never offer to lower the prices for those who are really in need and why have they only built less than a handful of houses when they are suppose to have a quota of 10 or more? Why are the manager and director salaries in excess of 40,000-80,000 a yr., I will be giving my donations and my valuble time to a more worthy, honest and appreciative organization such as GoodWill or Salvation Army from here on in were I know it will go were it is suppose to...To really helping those in need.
Rude people on clothing side of store, very stuck up and make you very uncomfortable. Going up on pricing, so this year im spending less money at there store than ever, only buying cheap clothing because they want around 10 dollars an outfit. its a thrift store not a "boutique" the manager is the rudest woman you will EVER meet.