Thanks to the remarkable, sustained generosity of its donors and volunteers, Charity’s Closet reached a new milestone in May 2019. Since 2006, over $2 million has been donated to HIS House.
Every dollar donated goes towards providing safe shelter and supportive services for homeless men, women, and children residing at HIS House. When people gain access to stable housing, families are healthier. Dignity is restored. The impact of Charity’s Closet has been far-reaching, and we can’t wait to see what this community of volunteers does next.
“We have been able to expand our services thanks to the generous donations from Charity’s Closet. We want to say thank you to all the volunteers who make this possible as well as to the community who donate their clothing and household items to Charity’s Closet. You are making a difference in the lives of homeless men, women and children every time you donate or shop. This is a simple way to help give back to our neighbors in need.” Carrie Buck, Executive Director, HIS House.
When the local community donates clothing or household items to Charity’s Closet, the proceeds from the sales are invested back into the community. To start donating and/or shopping visit https://charityscloset.org/. To learn more about HIS House visit www.hishouseoc.org.
About Charity’s Closet
In 2006, Charity’s closet opened its door to accept quality merchandise, including a selection of antiques and collectibles, men’s, women’s, and children’s apparel and shoes, books for every age, baby clothes and accessories, sporting goods, toys, housewares, linens, home decor, seasonal items, and jewelry, all at affordable prices. The all volunteer-led thrift store works hard to make sure the merchandise is always good quality, clean, and priced fairly. All proceeds are designated to support HIS House.
About HIS House
HIS House assists people to overcome homelessness and achieve independence. Since 1989, HIS House provided safe shelter and supportive services to more than 3,800 homeless men, women, and children. For more information, visit www.hishouseoc.org or call (714) 993-5774. Be a part of our community on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.