The Center of Hope is a place for those struggling with difficult life issues. People can come, be listened to, encouraged, and refreshed.
Our programs include our Bike-to-Work Ministry, Bible Studies, Faith Community Nurses, Mother Baby Baskets, Pastoral visits, Prayer, Sharing Christmas, Sports Night, Winter Clothing, and more! Some Clothing items are free but most have a low cost to them. The Bikes start at $5 and go up from there. Each is priced by the condition and the brand name.
The pricing system allows recipient to have a sense of dignity and choice in the bike they receive. There is also bike shop where owners of bikes are able to work on their bike and receive low cost parts.
For more information on each program, please see our website: http://www.centerofhope.org. Check us out on Facebook and/or Twitter.
We accepting donations of the following either new or gently used:
- Adult Bikes,
- Winter clothing for children through Adults (we are esp. in need of Men’s XX & XXX sizes and Elementary age children’s sizes)
- Men’s Blue Jeans, Black and Khaki pants
3328 N Cliff Ave, Sioux Falls, SD
Children's Inn is a private, non-profit organization
founded in 1977 that provides 24-hour, free services for women and
children who are victims of family violence, elder abuse, child abuse or
neglect. Children's Inn can accept gently used donations of women's and
children's clothing, linens, personal items and kitchen items. Donations
can be dropped off on Monday, Wednesday or Friday, between the hours of 9:00
am and 5:00 pm. We are able to accept up to three bags or boxes
at a time and we ask that all clothing is seasonal.
We can not accept donations of the following used items; out-of-season clothing, car
safety seats, toys, stuffed animals, bikes, books, magazines, or large
electronics (such as computers and TV's).
YOU MUST CALL CHILDREN’S INN PRIOR TO DROPPING OFF ANY DONATIONS. DUE TO STORAGE CONSIDERATIONS, WE MAY BE UNABLE TO ACCEPT YOUR DONATION.
Download a complete list of needed items, by clicking here.
409 N Western Ave, Sioux Falls, SD
The Compass Center is a non-profit organization founded in 1976 and exists to break the cycle of sexual and domestic violence. The Compass Center offers free counseling services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault for as long as they want the counseling. Play therapy is offered to children ages 3-12, and teens/adults receive traditional counseling.
The Compass Center accepts new or nearly-new toys for use in play therapy or to give to children in the program. The Compass Center also is in need of new personal needs items like deodorant and toothpaste.
The Compass Center is open Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm. Thursday it offers extended hours to 7 pm. Items may be dropped off during business hours. Our location is in the US Bank building at 12th and Western – west entrance to the building (1800 W. 12th St., Suite 100).
For more information about The Compass Center:
· Website: http://thecompasscenter.org/
· Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Compass-Center-178324494166/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel
· Phone: 605-339-0116
· Email: email@example.com
Compassion In Action was created to raise funds to support patients and families battling blood disorder cancers and/or awaiting a bone marrow transplant with financial assistance for additional expenses associated with their illness. Working with the Avera McKennan Foundation in Sioux Falls, SD, two families affected by Leukemia created this fund as a way to give back and to provide others an avenue to help those in need.
We collect left-over rummage items and then hold 2 large rummages throughout the year. (fall and winter). 100% of the proceeds from the rummages are donated to the charity.
Your donation is tax-deductible.
We do not accept furniture or electronics or large appliances.
If you have items you wish to donate please call any of the following:
Sheila Phillips 605-212-1142
Terri Hermanson 605-212-1385
Jean Plucker 605-951-3787
We will pick up items at your place at your convenience.
To visit our website go to http://www.compassioninactionsd.org/
Foster Care Clothing Closet is a nonprofit organization through East River Foster Parent Network (ERFPN) that provides clothes for kids in foster care. Please consider donating your leftover children's clothing/shoes (all sizes).
Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/ERFPN-Foster-Care-Clothing-Closet-1127466480649837
Call Krista at 605-421-8711 or
Goodwill of the Great Plains accepts clothing and household goods in good used condition for resale. Computers of all brands can be responsibly recycled for free through our partnership with the DELL reconnect program. We ask that personal information is removed from the hard drive prior to donating. Items such as clothing, shoes, purses are recycled by Goodwill. For more information please visit our website at www.goodwillgreatplains.org.
Through donations and purchases Goodwill reinvests all proceeds back to the community by providing job training and placement services for people to achieve dignity and independence.
Check us out on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GoodwillGreatPlains
4701 E 41st St, Sioux Falls, SD 57110
Provide funding to Health Connect through your donations of clothing and household items to Savers. Click here for more info on a FUNDrive.
Health Connect is staffed by healthcare professionals, with the assistance of volunteers. Our volunteer force is recruited from throughout the state.
Health Connect, a consumer health library and health and safety information clearinghouse, provides individuals, families and communities with up-to-date information regarding various health and safety challenges, as well as, to help identify resources available on a local and national level. The resources offered are about the specific health or safety issue, referrals to other organizations who may offer support groups or information, or referrals to other resources and multimedia sources (websites). Support group information and connections to national agencies is also provided. Health Connect does not seek to duplicate services currently being provided in the area, but rather act as a clearinghouse for individuals, families and communities seeking ONE source for all relevant health and safety information. Health Connect has unique collections, including children's materials to help with learning to cope with their personal health issues or understanding conditions that they see in family members.
Horse Help Providers, Inc. (DoubleHP) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization and South Dakota’s first and only GFAS (Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries) horse sanctuary. People may learn about horses, horse care, riding, etc., through our natural horsemanship program (Be in AWE – assertiveness, willpower, energy). We also offer equine-assisted counseling, psychotherapy, and learning with EAGALA (Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association) certified facilitators.
We accept various donated items for our annual rummage sale. Horse items as well as house items. And would also accept used tack, riding helmets for youth, etc., that could be used in our programs.
And warm boots, gloves, coveralls, snowsuits, for our volunteer chore helpers in the Winter.
And metal rakes, manure forks, and wheelbarrows for cleaning the stalls and pens.
Our horse facility is located at 25337 470 Ave, Crooks SD 57020
Appointments scheduled M-F 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., please call first. Thanks.
Contact info: Darci Hortness, 605 359-0961, firstname.lastname@example.org
Children’s Clothes & Coats – All Sizes
Gardening Supplies – Vegetable & Flower Seed Packets, Gardening Tools
We are in need of fabric of all kinds for making quilts and bags.
Please call the contact number listed for the Sioux Falls drop off
Quilters of the Immaculate Conception Church, Moville, IA
Prairie Dogs Search and Rescue, trains dogs to find missing people, will be holding a shoe drive starting May 1st thru June 30th. Please consider donating any shoes you have left after your rummage. You can drop them off at Mini Critters, Your Pet Stop, Woofs and Waves, Westminster Presbyterian Church or call to arrange a pick up.
REACH Literacy is a non-profit that teaches adults to read, write and improve life skills. We provided free tutoring for adults wanting literacy help. We operate a used book store called REACH a Reader. All proceeds from the bookstore support our adult literacy program. We also donate books and our grant application can be found on our website - http://reachliteracy.org/
2101 W 41st St, Suite 23 Sioux Falls SD 57105
Located on the south side of the Western Mall, by Scheels.
Monday: 10 AM - 4 PM
Tuesday: 10 AM - 7 PM
Wednesday: 10 AM - 4 PM
Thursday: 10 AM - 4 PM
Saturday: 10 AM - 2 PM
To volunteer at our book store http://signup.com/go/z3J9sm
Saver's Non-Profit Partner - Health Connect of South Dakota.
The following items are needed and accepted:
-Clothing, Men’s, Women’s, Kid’s, Infants
- Media: Books, DVS, CDs, Software
-Shoes and Accessories
-Bed & Bath items
Community Donation Center Hours are same as store hours
We are located at:
4008 S Shirley Ave
Sioux Falls, SD 57106
Our rummage will be April 24-26 at 5705 W 32nd St from 9am-5pm. Those with further questions can contact me Chris Vanden Hoek via call/text 605.651.1713 or email at email@example.com.
Young Life's mission is to introduce adolescents to Jesus Christ and to help them grow in their faith. This is done through relationships between adolescents and adults who choose to meet them wherever they are at, and walk through life together.
Young Life in Sioux Falls is
Weekly Club nights, where kids can be kids and hear the Gospel in terms they can relate to;
Campaigners bible studies, where kids of all backgrounds find a safe place to ask questions, go deeper, and together think about what life with Jesus is;
Camp and adventure experiences, in which kids have the best week of their lives alongside leaders and friends, and have the opportunity to step deeper into life with Jesus;
And, Relationships, before, during, and after Club, Campaigners, and Camp
Young Life is geared towards high schoolers and WyldLife is geared specifically to middle schoolers.