Birthright believes that it is the right of every woman, regardless of age, race, creed, marital or economic status, who feels distressed by an unplanned pregnancy Provide confidential help, emotional support, free pregnancy tests, legal, medical, and educational information and referral Also provides prenatal information, maternity and baby clothes, referrals to social agencies and other community services which meet their needs.
#Volunteer Opportunities #Clothing #Baby Items
960 Cambell St Rapid City, SD 57701 (605) 341-8878
The Thrift Store supports the Club for Boys and accepts the following donations:
Can pick up donations only in Rapid City area:
The Volunteer Incentive Program is a service available to the less fortunate. People can come work in the warehouse on a voluntary basis to earn points to exchange for household goods, food boxes, personal care items, laundry supplies, or baby items in our incentive based store.
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Care Net Pregnancy Resource Center
2040 W Main St Rapid City, SD 57702 (605) 341-0378
A non-profit relief organization that is supported by churches, organization, local businesses, and individuals. Provides the following services: 24/7 helpline answered by trained advocates Free pregnancy tests and follow-up support Ultrasound and confirmation of pregnancy Referrals to community resources; medical, financial, housing, and adoption Maternity clothes and infant clothes for clients Parenting classes Post abortion support Sexual integrity and abstinence education
9:00am - 5:00pm (MT), Monday - FridayHelpline: 24 hours a day / 7 days a week
Open to all Adults Teens Children Families
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Western SD Community Action Agency
1844 Lombardy Dr Rapid City, SD 57703 (605) 348-1460
A private, non-profit, anti-poverty corporation whose purpose is to make a positive impact upon the causes and effects of poverty. This agency operates the following programs:Clothing Center - Free clothing, 9:00am - 3:30pm, Monday - Thursday Commodities/Senior Box Program - People over 60 years old, with a low income can get a commodity once a month for 6 - 12 monthsDonations - Accepts a variety of donations. Will pick up donations if time permitEnergy Conservation - South Dakota Building Science Training Center provides energy conservation information to the community.Employment Assistance - Program offers grants up to $150.00 which enables clients to accept work that requires tools, uniforms, licensees, etc.Dakota Dream Saving Program - Assist families to obtain housing through a match savings program.Food Pantries - Low-income participants being eligible once a month for this service.Furnace Replacement - Replaced if furnace is unsafe, costs more than 50% of new furnace to repair, is outdated or is not cost efficient.Garden Kits - Available in April or May, kits consist of approximately 11 packets of seeds and live plants.Information & Referral - Available to help point people to programs who could help (ie. CHIP, TANF, etc).Lead Hazard Identification - E.P.A. certified staff that will refer to local resources.Library/Public Access Computers - Computer use and free Wi-Fi available.Low Income Organizing - Community Action Teams are volunteers organizing people to help themselves and others in the community.Medical Equipment Lending - Available for those in need of bathtub seats, shower and tub rails.Personal Care Items - Laundry soap, dish soap, hand soap, toilet tissue, shampoo, and toothpaste available once a month when supplies are available.Prisoner Support Group - Activities are held for family support and monthly South Dakota Prison events.School Supplies - For children (ages 5 (born on or before September 1, 2013) -18 and low-income) who are in school or home school. Distribution is from 9:00am - 3:30pm, Mondays - Thursdays, August 13 - August 30, 2018. Must be currently certified (meaning signed up at WSDCAP office, with updated income and household information) and income eligible. No certifications will be happen on August 13.Affordable Care Navigator - Assists with the enrollment in affordable health insurance.Thrift Store - Low cost items with proceeds going to fund free food and special projects. 8:00am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday Weatherization For homes or mobile homes includes, but is not limited to, windows, doors, sealing vents, etc.Youth Recreation - Swim passes and scholarships for camps, or other youth recreation activities. Available activity depends on site location. Children must be income eligible.
Love INC Sturgis offers:Life INC - classes on topics such as finances, parenting, Christianity, nutrition, and marriage . These classes will provide incentives for people as they complete their homework and achieve life goals. Winter, Spring and Fall quarters are at a different partnering church. Life INC classes are held Thursday evenings 6:15pm - 8:00pm. A free meal is offered at 5:30pm. Clothe-A-Kid Helping Parents make their dollars stretch. Anyone struggling financially or in a place of need can participate. Starting in June, Love INC will work with churches over the summer to find a match so families can go shopping in August.Bundles of Hope - a diaper partnership with Blessed Emmanuel Lutheran Church. Call Love INC Strugs for a voucher.
Thrift store offering clothing, household items, bedding, and furniture and mattresses (when available). Vouchers items for people in need, depending on availability.Provides computers for students in need.