For many people, their first introduction to GRACE was at Donation Station (DS).  On any given day, more than a hundred donors drive through with donations of clothing, housewares and other items for GRACE clients.  We are extremely proud of our hardworking and dedicated team members at DS.

Donation Station is also a popular location for volunteers, especially corporate volunteers and youth groups.  Plus, we are looking to grow our GRACE family with staff positions open at DS and GRACEful Buys!

Meet the Huge Need for Volunteers

We are currently offering DOUBLE service hours credit with a minimum of four hours at Donation Station.

Our lovely “Linen Ladies” volunteers.

The multitudes of items we receive require stewardship, strategy, and elbow grease to ensure the products are directed where they will be most useful. Businesses, Church congregations and civic groups find great satisfaction after volunteering at Donation Station, and many individuals are needed to support our resale staff on a weekly or part-time basis.

No retail experience is required to volunteer, and all volunteers will receive ample training. If you’re interested in learning more, contact our Development and Volunteer Coordinator, Sarah Armand.


Shop at Our Stores

Providing continual care rests much on the success of our resale operations.  The GRACE family is encouraged to shop at these treasure troves for the best deals on furniture, clothing, home goods and more.


Donation Station Production Assistant, Pam Humphrey.

Our Donation Station facility houses items such as clothing, housewares, linens, toys and books given by the community to provide assistance to those in the midst of job loss, illness or other emergency.

Your item donations give hope when families wonder how they’ll be able to afford back-to-school clothes, work boots or interview attire.  The items also supply our Transitional Housing program with goods on hand for those seeking shelter.

Many donations are also funneled into our resale operations, which generate revenue to continue programs such as our Community Clinic and Food Pantry.

We have been entrusted by the community to meet the ranging needs of those facing crisis—from shelter to  food, to the clothes on their back. There would be no way we could offer unique support without the advocacy of our community. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!