Planning on cleaning out your kids closets this week? If so, please consider us when you decide what to do with your gently used items!
We currently need kids winter coats. If you’ve got kids who’ve outgrown their coats from last year then we’ll gladly take them for you! The winter coats will be put in our Thrift Stores in Hagerstown & Chambersburg for families shopping on a budget. Our prices are low to help make sure items are affordable for all budgets.
And proceeds from sales generated at our Thrift Stores help to keep our doors open and our programs free for neighbors in need in our community. Also, coats in our Hagerstown Thrift Store may also be given away for free to families in need through out voucher program. Qualifying families receive a voucher from our Administrative Office for clothing and winter coats. These vouchers allow families to receive much needed items that they cannot afford at the moment. So your donated coat helps neighbors in need in multiple ways!
Our Donation Center dock is located at the rear of our parking lot at 215 W. Church St in Hagerstown. It’s open Mon, Tues, Thurs, and Fri from 9am – 4pm. It’s open Sat from 9am – 3pm. The donation dock is closed every Wed & Sun.
Items donated are eligible for a tax receipt. To learn more about donation receipts please call 301.739.1165 or visit hagerstownhopecenter.com/general-information
For the first time since the pandemic started we were able to bring our staff, Board of Directors, Auxiliary, and residents together for an evening of fun, food, and fellowship.
We hosted our first Hope Center Family Fall Fest at our Hope Center Farm located just outside of Hagerstown on the Conococheague Creek.
All of our staff, Board members, Auxiliary, Foundations Life Recovery residents, and some graduates were invited to come to the farm for a relaxing evening of hanging out and having fun together.
We had a hayride, lawn games, and tons of delicious food! And on top of all the fun, God provided an absolutely gorgeous fall evening to make the event perfect.
We all had a great time feasting on all the fall flavors, catching up and getting to know each other, and playing games like horseshoes and corn hole.
And it was a very special evening because this was the first time that many of the men in our residential life recovery program, Foundations, had the opportunity to hang out with the staff, Board, and Auxiliary. Many of these men entered the program after all the pandemic rules and procedures went into effect. We’ve been unable to host big group events like this so it was a special night for everyone.
The guys in our Foundations program especially loved having a night outside the city to have fun and meet new people. In fact, the guys were so excited for the event that they created a corn hole tournament with brackets prior to arriving at the farm! They organized and hosted the tournament for anyone who wanted to play.
Everyone enjoyed the food and fellowship but, let’s be honest, the food was the star of this event! We had our staff, Board, and Auxiliary all bring fall foods to share with everyone. The Hope Center provided the meat – and boy, was it good! Dillan Izer, son of staff members Aimee and Terry, spent hours overnight to make the most perfect and delicious smoked pulled pork. We’re so thankful for Dillan volunteering his night to prepare the meats for our picnic! The meat was definitely worth it!!
It was so nice to finally be able to host a large event with our staff, Board, Auxiliary, and residents. Covid has been a challenge for all of us but these moments together make us so appreciative of all the wonderful people God has put in our lives. We’re so thankful for our staff who have worked so tirelessly during the pandemic to keep our doors open and programs operating while also keeping everyone safe and healthy. God protected and provided during the pandemic and we’re so grateful to Him for all He did during these trying times.
As the pandemic slowly releases its grip on the world we’re excited for more opportunities to come together like this. And we’re really looking forward to the return of large events that include our wonderful volunteers and community guests! Continue to pray for protection for each other and continue doing what is necessary to keep each other safe during this pandemic.
We’re one week closer to Christmas! We’re just 11 weeks away. And to celebrate the new Christmas Countdown week our Hagerstown Thrift Store is giving you 50% OFF TOYS!!! This deal is so good that even the names on the naughty list can get a Christmas gift!
Enjoy 50% off all toys from October 9th through the 15th. WE’ve got a great selection of toys for kids of all ages. And we’re constantly adding new merchandise to our shelves so each visit is like a new shopping experience! Grab your Christmas list and stop by our Hagerstown Thrift Store this week before the 50% off sale on toys is gone for the season.
Our Hagerstown Thrift Store is located at 215 W. Church St. It’s open Mon – Sat from 9am – 4:30. For any questions about our weekly Christmas Countdown sale or any other Thrift Store info please call 301.739.1114 or visit hagerstownhopecenter.com/thrift-store
And remember, this sale lasts only through October 15th. Each Saturday we’ll unveil a new weekly Christmas Countdown sale so follow us on Facebook (hopecenterhagerstown) to see each new weekly deal.
Many of you have been faithfully donating your gently used items to The Hope Center for years upon years. From clothing for the whole family, to purses, jewelry, toys, coats, shoes, books, housewares, furniture, and basically anything you can think of, our Donation Center has been a hub of activity sorting through all these wonderful donated items. Once the items are sorted and priced they go to one of our two Thrift Stores in the area where shoppers looking for great deals find quality used items without breaking their budget. Some of our neediest neighbors can even go “shopping” for items for free through our Community Assistance voucher program.
But the sales from items donated play a much larger role in our ministry. The money generated from sales of these items help to pay the bills for The Hope Center to keep our facilities open 24/7 and our programs and services free for our neighbors in need!
So we are beyond thankful and appreciative for all the items donated by each of you. The value of your donated items cannot truly be measured on earth. Your donated shirts, plates, VHS tapes, couches, etc. have helped thousands of people in so many life saving ways since 1955. Thank you for caring and sharing with your community!
As you prepare to donate your gently used items in the future please note that our Donation Center dock is CLOSED every Wednesday and Sunday along with all major holidays.
Our Donation Center dock is located at the back of our parking lot at 215 W. Church St. We will gladly accept your gently used items during our operating hours. For more info about donations please visithagerstownhopecenter.com/in-kind-gifts
We’re always looking for volunteers to help sort and price donated items in our Donation Center sorting room. If you’ve got some free time during the week and are interested in helping please call us at 301.739.1165 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, if you live in the Hagerstown area and have furniture to donate please call us at 301.739.1165 to schedule a pickup.
Also, we’re still hiring a truck driver! If you, or someone you know, has some extra time during the week and would like some extra income then please contact us immediately. To learn more about this job please http://visithagerstownhopecenter.com/employment…
Merry Christmas in July!! We’ve got just about a week left of our holiday celebration at our Hagerstown Thrift Store.
From today until July 31st stop by our Hagerstown store to get in the Christmas spirit with a great selection of Christmas decorations, collectibles, housewares, and more! And each visit seems like a different shopping experience with new merchandise hitting the shelves. So keep checking back to see what great items are waiting for you!
And be sure to check out all the other great merch in our Hagerstown Thrift Store. Whether you’re already shopping for those on your Christmas list, you’re doing some back-to-school shopping, or just a typical shopping adventure, you’ll find so many perfect items that you need and even more that you want – and at prices you’ll love!
Our Hagerstown Thrift Store is open Mon-Sat from 9am-4:30pm. There’s plenty of parking on our central lot located at 215 W. Church St. For more info about our Hagerstown Thrift Store please call 301.739.1114 or click here: THRIFT STORE | hagerstownhopecenter
July 4th is almost here! And with the upcoming holiday taking place on Sunday we wanted to remind you that our Administrative Offices, Thrift Stores (Hagerstown & Chambersburg), Donation Center, and Recycling Center will be closed on Monday, July 5th.
Camp Wild, Soup Line, our overnight shelter, and evening meal/chapel will be open on Monday, July 5th. Soup Line doors open at 12:45pm on Monday.
Our daily meals, Soup Line & evening meal/chapel, along with our overnight shelter will be open on July 4th.
Everything will be open and operating on normal schedule on Tuesday, July 6th. If you have any questions please call 301.739.1165 or email email@example.com.
Happy Friday!! Got any big plans this weekend? Well, if your weekend consists of cleaning out your closets and making space on your shoe racks then we can help!
We’re happy to take your gently used clothing and shoes off your hands! Not only is your donation tax-deductible but it also helps to keep our doors open and operating every day of the year to help neighbors in need without any charge to them!
Proceeds generated from sales at our Thrift Stores in Hagerstown & Chambersburg help to fund the many programs and services we provide the community. In fact, since we opened our doors in May of 1955 we’ve never closed nor charged anyone for any service provided. And we’ve done it all without any tax money or government funding. So your donated articles of clothing and shoes are a lot more powerful than you may think!
AND those donated items could go to a neighbor in desperate need for absolutely free from our voucher program. Our voucher program helps individuals and families in need get the clothing, shoes, and coats necessary to go about their day. A voucher is given to a person who can then go to our Hagerstown Thrift Store and select the clothing items needed in their size and style – all for free!
So if your plans include cleaning out the closet and you’re not sure what to do with your items… think of us! Your donation is a great way to invest in your community.
Our Donation Center dock is open Mon, Tues, Thurs, and Fri from 9am – 4pm and Sat from 9am – 3pm. Our donation dock is closed Sunday & Wednesday and all major holidays. The dock is located at the rear of our central parking lot at 215 W. Church St in Hagerstown.
Thank you for caring & sharing with your community!
PS… wanna help out even more?? We’re always looking for volunteers to help in our Donation Center! We need people to help sort and price all the donated items. If you’re interested please call us at 301.739.1165 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring is just a few days away! While all the snow this winter had its pretty moments, we’re definitely excited about seeing flowers and trees blooming and all the beautiful colors of spring.
And with the arrival of spring comes a favorite part of the season: spring cleaning! As you begin the process of cleaning out your house and even redecorating keep us in mind!
Your donation of gently used items like clothing, shoes, housewares, decorations, toys, books, accessories, craft items, linens, and furniture can become a huge asset to helping people in need in our community!
And right now our Thrift Stores are in need of furniture donations. If you are remodeling your house or just have gently used furniture to get rid of we’re happy to take it off your hands! And if you’re in the Hagerstown area we can even come and pick up your gently used furniture! To learn more about our furniture donation pick up or to schedule a time please call 301.739.1165.
Proceeds generated from sales in our two Thrift Stores (Hagerstown & Chambersburg) help to fund the many programs and services to neighbors in need for free. When you donate your items you are helping to give hope to thousands of people in our area!
And for neighbors who are in desperate need, your donated goods can be given for free in our voucher program. The voucher program helps individuals and families in dire need receive free clothing and more.
So as you clean out your closets, redecorate your living room, or go through the boxes in your basement think of how your items can provide hope for your community! To donate items please drop off at our donation drop dock at the back of our parking lot on 215 W. Church St in Hagerstown. Our Donation Center is open M-Sat from 9am – 4pm. To learn about donating gently used items please click here: In-kind Gifts | hagerstownhopecenter
To receive a tax-deductible receipt for your donations, please provide an itemized list along with your name and address and the date you dropped off the donation. Your itemized list may be dropped off at our Hagerstown Thrift Store or our Administrative Office during business hours.
If you’d like to talk to someone about donations or the tax-deductible receipt, our Thrift Stores, or any of the other programs and services at The Hope Center please call 301.739.1165 or email email@example.com.
If you’d like to speak to someone about any of these job postings please call 301.739.1165 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
And please spread the word to your friends, family, church and others to help us quickly fill these positions. Thank you! Also, if you’re unable to apply but would like to volunteer please call 301.739.1165 or email email@example.com.