Your Shopping or Donations to Our Thrift Shops Help Support Eaton Community Palliative Care

Eaton Community Palliative Care Thrift Shops

To help cover the cost of operating our palliative care residences, we have opened two Thrift Shops. One is located in the basement of our first palliative care residence, and the second is in down town Charlotte. Our newest Thrift Shop, in down town Charlotte, has mainly furniture, home improvement items, and exercise equipment..

Everything is priced reasonably. We have a wide variety of items from household furniture, exercise equipment, patio furniture, microwaves, clothing, books, kitchen appliances, etc. So stop by to browse our large selection of items.


 

 

 

 

 

THRIFT STORE DONATION GUIDELINES

Making Your Donations Go Further

We greatly appreciate your contributions! Each donation helps us care for terminally ill patients and their families. By following a few easy guidelines you can make your donation go further to benefit Eaton Community Palliative Care.

Questioning your Donation? Check with us before donating. We are happy to discuss what you have to donate and decide if it matches our needs.

In general, all donated items should be gently used, clean, and in working condition.

Clothing should be washed or dry-cleaned. Remove lint and pet hair, fold neatly, and place in bags or boxes.

Furniture must be in good condition. It must be structurally sound and have no stains, rips or holes.

Ensure product safety. Electrical items, sports, medical and exercise equipment, and children’s goods should all be examined carefully and tested before donating. The Consumers’ Product Safety Commission is a good place to check on product safety issues. Some items may be unsafe to reuse (for example: a toy that has been recalled, a damaged bike helmet, or wood painted with lead based paint).

If your donation is electronics, small appliances, or battery-operated items make sure they work. We do not have volunteers available to repair these items. If you donate a broken item, it can be expensive for us to properly dispose of it.

Unusable/Hazardous goods: When unusable or hazardous goods are donated to the Eaton Community Thrift Shop the cost for proper disposal of these items reduces funds that could otherwise support our efforts in caring for patients and their families.

Other Donations NOT accepted:

Upright pianos
Organs
Non-working appliances
Console stereos
TVs (some exceptions are made for the new flat screen TVs)
Wet or soiled clothing
Soiled, ripped or torn upholstery furniture or bedding
Particleboard/pressed wood/chipboard furniture and entertainment centers
Outdated playpens/cribs or child safety seats,
Computers
Pinters, Fax machines
Camcorders
Home Remodeling/Improvements Items
(Kitchen Sinks, Cabinets, Light Fixtures, Ceiling Fans, Flooring, Paint. etc)
Appliances
(Stoves, Washers, Dryers, Dishwashers, etc}
Encyclopedias
Textbooks

All donations should be suitable for resale

Donation drop-offs are welcome during store hours!
Please call (517) 543-5310 to arrange for pick up of
larger furniture items.


Thrift Shop Hours

Temporary Hours beginning Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Monday: CLOSED

Tuesday: 10am-4pm

Wednesday: 10am-4pm

Thursday: 10am-4pm

Friday: 10am-4pm

Saturday: 10am-4pm

Sunday: CLOSED

Two (2) Locations to serve you

(One) Located in the basement of a Palliative Care residence
Enter through door next to garage
2675 South Cochran
Charlotte, Michigan

(Two) This location has primarily furniture, mattresses, and
exercise equipment:

Our 305 Hall Street, Charlotte 48813 location is currently closed.  Please stay tuned for updates and information about our new location!!

Photos from one of our Thrift Shops: