“More Than Just A Store”
OPERATION HOPE FOR CHRISTMAS
Was a HUGE SUCCESS!
Thank you to all who donated and all the Volunteers who helped!
We would like to take this opportunity to personally thank the community of Centerville for causing the Hope Chest Thrift Store ministry to be such a huge success. Your generous donations of such quality and quantity have caused us to continually be over-whelmed with awe. We certainly have a very special and supportive community to be proud of. Thank you so much for partnering with us friends.
The builders of this Thrift Store have used broken bits and pieces, which represent past lives being renewed and healed…RESTORED. As the vision for the Store continues to unfold, it will be refined into what it’s supposed to be. It is so much more than just a Store—it is a place of refuge and healing for the people and families of our communities.
Regular Business Hours:
Wednesday – Friday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am to Noon
The vision God has given us for the Hope Chest is that it be a very nice store full of upscale items that are very low priced. This makes nicer quality items available to anyone regardless of their financial status! For this reason, we ask that all donations be of good quality and in great condition.
Our desire is to bless our local communities and help those in need.
We Offer Something for Everyone:
Quality Items at Low Prices.
Nice Clothing for Men, Women, and Children.
Household and Miscellaneous Items.
Antiques and Collectibles.
Man Cave Items.
Large Furniture Items or Appliances for Sale are pictured on a Bulletin Board.
A Place to be Encouraged or to ask for Prayer.
We cannot Take:
- Stained, torn, or snagged clothing
- Broken or heavily worn items
- Single shoes
- VHS tapes
- Computer Monitors (unless they are Flat Screen)
- Televisions (unless they are Flat Screen)
- Tires or Rims (exceptions to this might be a good set of tires or rims – at the Store Manager’s discretion)
- Fluorescent light bulbs
Would you like to be a part of blessing the community and helping those in need? And have a lot of fun doing it? Call 641-895-7001 if interested in becoming a Volunteer. Are you internet savy and could help out from home? Your skill is needed to help us sell antiques & higher value items on-line. Store Co-Managers are: Holly Oden and Jo Ann Moorman.
Stop by and check out the “Hope Chest” off the northwest corner of the square at:
309 W Van Buren
Facebook: “The Hope Chest Thrift Store”
Proceeds go to fund the local mission work of New Hope Counseling Center:
PO Box 151 . Centerville, IA 52544 . Phone: 641.856.3326 . www.NewHopeMinistryCC.org . Facebook: “New Hope Ministry & Counseling Center”