NON-PROFIT THRIFT SHOP
Partnering with Handy Helping Hands, the 3H mission is to unite dignity and purpose through service where individuals share their skills, muscle, and/or donations for the benefit of the Franklin community. Donated items are used to "pay it forward" so disadvantaged seniors and the handicapped may receive basic handyman services to keep their homes safe and dignified. Volunteers may donate time in the thrift shop or in the field. Open 11am to 5pm, Tuesday through Saturday.
Mission Principles: Demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ. Focus on Shelter. Advocate for affordable housing. Promote dignity and hope. Support sustainable and transformational development. Visit our Restore and contribute to our work. You are supporting your local community and helping our mission to provide decent shelter to everyone around the world. Furniture, Appliances, Clothing, building materials and more.
We carry good quality, gently used merchandise. We accept donations of furniture, clothes, housewares, and kids' toys. Our profits go toward the Appalachian Animal Rescue Center. Donations are also accepted of pet food, bedding, towels, blankets, paper towels, litter and more. Donations can also be made to our Transport Program, Special Needs Animals and Low-cost Spay and Neuter Program.
BARGAINS AND TREASURES
Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Center offering services such as shelter, court advocate, therapy, and confidential assistance. Office number 828-369-5544. The Bargain Store creates an opportunity to raise money to fund the shelter and our programs, Accepts donations including clothing, furniture, & toys. We give the public an opportunity to find their own treasure in the store and/or volunteer. No contribution is too small.
Our mission is to serve our neighbors in need by providing food and nurturing hope. We want to provide a benevolent ministry to Macon County residents who are unable to provide for themselves due to a crisis situation. In addition to food, we provide for other basic needs such as utilities, fuel, prescriptions & rent. All requests must be met through after an appointment. Also, visit our non-profit thrift store, located at 268 East Palmer Street. where all proceeds go directly back to our community.