How You Can Help

We have served 1,865 clients since June 1, 2007 building 1,011 ramps; repaired 127 floors; installed more than 212 grab bars and or handrails; repaired/replaced 158 porches or steps; provided 106 lift chairs and performed other miscellaneous repairs in our communities.  The needs continue to grow and you can help by volunteering with us, donating funds or items, shopping with us, and praying for us.


You can help individually or as a team with others from your office or church group.  You can do this one time, weekly, or monthly.  Call Scotty at the office, 828-879-8400 if you can help out in the field.


We need help in our thrift stores.  Call Debbie at 828-874-2521 for the Valdese store or Christina at 828-437-7772 for the Drexel store to see if you can help.


Volunteers can also be used in the office from time to time, helping with mailings, answering phones, filing, etc.  Contact 828-879-8400 if you would like to assist in the office.




Save your hard earned money by shopping with us first at the stores.  Remember, one person's junk is another person's treasure.


Because there is so much need for our services, we cannot possibly meet the needs with the funds we currently receive.  Please consider helping us financially, with tax-deductible one-time, monthly, or annual gifts. 


Also, please consider donating items that you no longer have a need for to our stores.  Furniture and other large items can be scheduled for pick up by calling our Drexel Store (828-437-7772).  These items will be sold to generate much needed funds.  We also greatly appreciate donations of building materials and equipment.





Most importantly, we need your prayers.  Pray for wisdom, needed funds, volunteers, and strength to continue the mission set before us.


"Those of us who are strong and able in the faith need to step

in and lend a hand to those who falter, and not just do what

is most convenient for us.  Strength is for service, not status.

Each one of us needs to look after the good of the people

around us, asking ourselves, "How can I help?"

Romans 15:1-2