Visit Our Thrift Store in Lancaster
LOCATION: 1512 Fellowship Drive, Lancaster, PA 17601 (former Fellowship House)
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to raise funds for benevolent care at Calvary Homes by selling gently used furniture, household goods, and ladies’ accessories
to provide a place for residents and friends to donate useable household belongings
to provide an outreach to our community
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We are happy to receive your donations. Gently used items we are seeking include:
furniture (tables, chairs, sofas, fabric chairs, dining room sets, kitchen table and chairs, chests, small tables)
lamps, small rugs, kitchen items, dishes, silverware, glassware, decorative mirrors, wall art, holiday decorations
scarves, jewelry, pocketbooks, canes
Sorry, but we are not accepting:
clothes, shoes, personal items (shavers)
books, magazines, curtain rods, wallpaper, shower seats, drapes, blinds
cassettes, cell phones, CD’s/DVD’s, electronics (except flat screens & portable DVD players)
mattresses, pillows, stuffed animals, paint, hazardous materials
Note: We expect the Community Aid collection bin located next to the Thrift Store to be removed soon. Please do not leave items at the box as they will be discarded. You may take donated items of clothing to the location below for credit toward Calvary Homes:
Community Aid Thrift Store
31 Rohrerstown Road
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603
M-Sa: 9 am – 3 pm
Thrift Store Treasures
Plan to come and shop the reasonably priced items. You may find some “special treasures” that will bless you while the proceeds bless others.
Benevolent Care at Calvary Homes
Giving to benevolent care is an important way to broadly impact the lives of older adults. With increasing life spans, complex medical needs, and dementia care, an increasing number of seniors outlive their resources that once provided for their own care needs. Gifts for benevolent care provide resources enabling Calvary Homes to continue the same quality of care and daily assistance should a resident’s own resources become inadequate to cover the full cost of care.
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