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Good Sammy Belmont Op Shop & Containers For Change

Good Sammy is a social enterprise focused on providing meaningful employment opportunities and pathways for Western Australians with disability. Everything we do is motivated by this purpose, and has been since we were founded in 1958. Our vision is a better future for people with disability and we believe creating inclusive workplaces is the foundation for an inclusive society.

At Good Sammy we offer a variety of structured development programs and employment choices to encourage people living with a disability to explore life. We empower people to make their own choices so they can identify their goals, feel connected to their community and be supported as they work towards independence and meaningful employment.

Good Sammy Belmont Op Shop & Containers For Change

You can rely on our Belmont store to have a unique selection of high-quality and exclusive items, thanks to its premium location and valued donators.

We’re right next door to an Anglicare Op Shop and Salvos Store, so you can get your thrift-shopping fix. We’re also a Containers For Change bag drop site! This means you can drop off your 10 cent drink containers to us (don’t forget to tell us your Scheme ID!). We’ll count them and provide your refund conveniently via EFT.

Our friendly staff is always keen to lend a hand to customers. They love making sure all shoppers walk away happy with their second-hand treasures.

Our Belmont staff play an important role in helping to create meaningful employment opportunities and pathways for Western Australians with disabilities. The team is highly skilled in retail operations, merchandising, customer service and management. They love sharing their knowledge and transferable skills with our Participants within a safe and supportive environment.

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