The thrift stores give us opportunities to partner with other organizations to make a difference in our community. The impact that you make through your donations extends beyond our child care to many other individuals in the community. Many organizations specialize in various areas of humanitarian work, and by partnering with the following organizations, the stores are able to make a more significant impact.
This is the primary organization supported by the thrift store. They care for children of incarcerated mothers and provide quality care during the most foundation time of a child’s life. New Horizons also works with the mother after her release to help her get established as a positive influence in the community.
An organization dedicated to providing goods and services such as food, clothing, temporary shelter, employment assistance, guidance, referrals, financial assistance and other emergency services to those in need. They promote community involvement and collaboration of resources to bring a community-based solution.
A Christ-centered, transitional housing program in Cañon City. New Creations Inn serves as a springboard to prepare those who are ready to change their lives. The mission of New Creations Inn is to provide Christ-centered transitional housing that is safe, structured, and supportive for those in need of refuge and restoration.
A faith-based mission with a vision to enrich the lives of the poor, the sick, and the suffering in Pueblo County. The mission of Cooperative Care is to provide food and other critical services in a constructive and supportive atmosphere that extends hope and purpose.
A private, non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating violence against women. Family Crisis Services provides safety, support, and promotes justice for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and their families in Fremont and Custer Counties. Through community education, Family Crisis Services increases awareness and empowers the community to challenge the attitudes and change the values that support violence.
An organization founded 25 years ago to meet the medical, emotional, physical and spiritual need of the pregnant individual, the child, the father, and others involved, Christian and non-Christian alike.
A clothing consignment and recycling store in Steamboat Springs, that believes there are enough clothes in the world to go around, and wishes to help people find affordable, quality clothing. Déjà Vu Boutique extends their reach beyond Steamboat Springs by giving us excess unsorted clothing to sell in our stores and impacting the community here.