Programs & Funding
* Gospel Mission Food Kitchen/Food Box Program
* Grant County Community Food Pantry
* Townside Farm - Community Agriculture Share
* El Refugio Women's Shelter
* The Volunteer Center - Mobile Food Pantry
* The Volunteer Center - Commons Production Garden
* Guadalupe Montessori School
* SC Farmer's Market Voucher Program
* Bayard and Silver City Community Gardens
* Children of Grant County - Cobre Schools
* 1st Presbyterian Church - Food Cards
How You Can Help
Come by the store and sign up. Be a part of a team of dedicated volunteers working in all aspects of store operations.
Come by the store and purchase Gift Certificates in any amount for family and friends.
We accept adult, child and baby clothing, shoes, accessories, small appliances, kitchen ware, toys, and books. Please bring small quantities you can carry into the store in one trip, during the hours the store is open. If you have larger quantities of goods to donate, please call ahead.
Together, we keep literally TONS of items no longer wanted from landing in the landfill, in turn helping to keep the landfill from filling up unnecessarily - and saving county taxpayers money.
Staff & Volunteers
are proud of the work they do that raises funds for many local organizations.
Gila / Mimbres Community Radio
Single Socks gives Store Gift Certificates to these organizations
El Refugio operates Casa Carmel Shelter for battered women and their children. Safety & security are provided along with case management services & education programs. [ ERIDV.org ]
The American Red Cross in Southwestern New Mexico is committed to Otero, Dona Ana, Sierra, Catron, Luna, Grant and Hidalgo County communities. [ American Red Cross in Southwestern NM ]
SASS provides services to survivors of sexual violence in Grant & Hidalgo County, New Mexico; Medical Accompaniment, Legal Advocacy, Individual & Group Therapy, Advocacy & Support, and Community Education.
[ silverregionalsass.org ]
The Volunteer Center is a resource for information, referrals and solutions to community needs through volunteers, conversation, collaboration, and community food sustainability.
[ tvcgrantcounty.org ]