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Our large Thrift Store is also used as our “Clothing Closet.” Clients needing help with clothing meet with our crisis team to assess needs and clothing is then distributed from our regular clothing stock. Recipients are allowed to shop, select, and try on what they may need for clothing. We also work with several ministries to help with clothing for the people they are assisting as well including addiction recovery ministries, crisis pregnancy centers, and ministries working with felons or high risk teens. We also have provided household items for domestic violence relocations and other instances where folks have had fires, floods, or other disasters where furniture and household goods could have been left behind or destroyed.

We have a large, well-stocked food pantry on site at our building. Clients go through an application process to review eligibility and assess needs. Client food products are then pulled and given out as determined by the assessment meeting. Our pantry is stocked primarily through individual and group donations (churches, civic organizations, businesses, etc) and supplemented through Second Harvest Food Bank purchases made with donations provided to West Stanly Christian Ministries. Currently clients can receive food from West Stanly Christian Ministries every 60 days. Our goal, as is the case with most food banks, is not to be the sole source of food for families but rather help cover occasional discrepancies in normal food supply processes.

While a part of our offering to the community, the Thrift Store is also pivotal in our everyday ability to meet the needs of the community. Certainly geared towards the bargain hunter, treasure hunter, and frugal shopper, our Thrift Store also provides a large portion of our operational budget. WSCM accepts no grants or government funds that would limit our ability to share God’s love and message with those we come in contact with so the store truly is crucial in our efforts. We merchandise to offer every shopper, regardless of socio-economic position, to be able to shop with dignity and in an atmosphere that reflects our appreciation for those who have donated items for us to steward for the greater good. Clothing is reasonable priced and merchandised by size and color. The Thrift Store is a great place to save some money and also insure that the money you spend will help us help others.

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