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Clear Lake Area Community Center


Contact
560 5th St
Clear Lake, WI 54005
(715) 263-2233


Description
Thrift store which accepts donations of books, clothing, furniture, kitchenware and toys

Hours
Program Hours:Visit Facebook page for dates and times open

Eligibility
Residents of Clear Lake

Area Served
Polk County

Worn Again Inc


Contact
207 Keller N Ave
Amery, WI 54001
(715) 268-6080
Description
- Sells gently used clothing for all ages, household items, toys and small furniture items, etc. - - - Accepts referrals or vouchers from local agencies for Polk County residents with an emergency need to receive free clothing and household items - - - Volunteer opportunities

Hours
Program Hours:- Open: 10 am - 5 pm Monday - Friday; 9 am - 4 pm Saturday - Closed: Independence Day

Eligibility
Anyone

Area Served
Polk County

Two Fish Thrift Store


Contact
118 Homestead Dr
New Richmond, WI 54017
(715) 246-0066


Description
- Accepts donations of new or used items that are clean and in good condition including clothing (boots, coats, snowsuits, swimwear, rain gear, spring jackets, sweaters, long underwear, socks, sweatshirts, lined pants, gloves, mittens, scarves, hats, etc.), bedding/linen (blankets), kitchenware, paper products, household cleaning supplies, personal hygiene items, diapers, toys and books - - - Volunteer opportunities available for accepting donations, sorting donations, pricing donations, displaying clothes, assisting customers while they shop and checking them out

Hours
Site Hours:- Open for Donations: 12 noon - 6 pm Monday and Wednesday; 9 am - 3 pm Thursday - Friday; 9 am - 12 noon Saturday - Open for Shopping: 10 am - 6 pm Monday and Wednesday; 9 am - 4 pm Thursday - Friday; 9 am - 12 noon Saturday - Closed: Independence Day and Labor Day

Eligibility
Anyone

Area Served
Saint Croix County

Salvation Army Grace Place


Contact
505 W 8th St
New Richmond, WI 54017
(715) 246-1222


Description
- 64 bed homeless shelter which houses eight families/25 individuals for 30 - 90 days. Comfort and service animals are allowed to stay in the shelter with individuals who have them. Average stay is 52 days. - - - Emergency assistance including electric bill payment assistance; gas bill payment assistance; heating fuel bill payment assistance; water bill payment assistance; utility deposit assistance; rent payment assistance (for individuals in danger of being evicted or for people needing first month's rent to get into new housing); rental deposit assistance for individuals in danger of being evicted or for people needing a rental deposit to get into new housing; return to point of origin assistance; general apparel; school clothing; winter clothing; gently used furniture; emergency dental care (dentures and extractions); medications (antibiotics and mental health prescriptions); and homeless motel vouchers when funding is available. Financial assistance for car repairs is also available. Financial assistance is available once every 12 months up to $150 to each individual in the form of a voucher. - - - Volunteer opportunities include driving individuals in a van to work, church and doctor appointments; serving meals; cleaning - - - Provides food rescued from Walmart which includes fresh produce, bread and dry goods - - - Community service opportunities for youth - - - Works with clients to move them into transitional housing from staying in the shelter - - - Homeless permanent supportive housing program for people with mental illness who have been homeless - - - Cooking classes where individuals cook meals with five ingredients or less and receive recipes

Hours
Program Hours:- Office: 24 hours/7 days a week - Cooking Classes: 11:30 am - 12 noon Wednesday - Rescued Food Distribution: 12 noon Friday

Eligibility
Residents of Pierce, Polk and Saint Croix counties

Area Served
Saint Croix County

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Treasures from the Heart


Contact
868 Main St
Baldwin, WI 54002
(715) 684-2542


Description
Volunteer opportunities available for individuals ages 14 and older. Welcomes donations of items in new or nearly new condition (collectibles and antiques the exception) and sells: - - - Antiques - - - Books, CDs, DVDs and videos - - - Children's, men's and women's clothing - - - Coats, hats, mittens and scarves - - - Collectibles - - - Gently used furniture - - - Household goods - - - Jewelry - - - Linens, quilts and blankets - - - River Falls branch will pick up furniture donations from the donor's home - - - Shoes, boots and purses - - - Tools including hammers, drills, hardware items, power tools and hand tools - - - Toys

Eligibility
Anyone

Area Served
Saint Croix County

Family Resource Center St. Croix Valley


Contact
857 Main St
Baldwin, WI 54002
(715) 684-4440


Description
Accepts donations of: - - - Board books - - - Blankets - - - Cash - - - $10 and $20 "fuel-only" gift cards from Kwik Trip and Super America - - - $25 grocery gift cards - - - Diapers and wipes - - - Family Fresh receipts - - - "Forever" postage stamps - - - Infant/toddler clothing - - - "Milk Moola" caps or bag tops from Kwik Trip Nature's Touch products - - - Washable infant toys

Eligibility
Residents of Pierce, Polk and Saint Croix counties in Wisconsin

Area Served
Saint Croix County

Open Cupboard


Contact
406 2nd Ave
Osceola, WI 54020
(715) 294-4357
Description
- Provides food, snow pants, coats, gloves, hats and boots - - - Previously worn/used clothing, furniture and household items are also available

Hours
Program Hours:9 am - 12 noon Monday and Wednesday; 11 am - 4 pm Thursday; appointments available on evenings and weekends for emergencies

Eligibility
Residents of Osceola School District and Dresser

Area Served
Polk County

Options for Women | Tri County


Contact
215 1/2 N Cascade St
Osceola, WI 54020
(715) 755-2229


Description
- Baby furniture (high chairs and cribs) and car seats - - - Confidential lay counseling - - - Emergency diapers - - - Formula - - - Learn to Earn Mentoring Program - - - Maternity clothing, baby clothing (newborn - 2T) and supplies - - - Parenting helpline - - - Pregnancy testing - - - Prenatal and parenting classes - - - Referrals - - - STD testing - - - Ultrasounds - - - Volunteer opportunities

Hours
Program Hours:- Office: 12 noon - 4 pm Monday - Tuesday and Thursday - Phone: 24 hours/7 days a week - Closed: Independence Day

Eligibility
Residents of Burnett, Polk and Saint Croix counties in Wisconsin

Area Served
Polk County

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Spring Valley Area Food Pantry


Contact
Church Ave
Spring Valley, WI 54767
(715) 778-5988


Description
- Can use once per month. Amount of food depends on availability. - - - Grocery store vouchers are given to assist with Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day food - - - Accepts donations of and provides clothing

Eligibility
- Residents of Spring Valley and surrounding area - Individuals may use the food pantry if it is the closest one to their residence or if they choose this food pantry as the only one they will use

Area Served
Pierce County

Youth Action Hudson


Contact
901 4th St
Hudson, WI 54016
(715) 386-9803


Description
Provides students the opportunity to volunteer in the community. Community service projects are planned to coincide with National Service Days and completed by youth in partnership with local Rotarians. Youth Advisory Board works with area adults and Rotarians to develop ideas for community service projects and assists with recruitment of volunteers to complete projects. - - - All Dressed Up: Makes prom more affordable for teens in western Wisconsin, specifically reaching out to families that are financially strained. The campaign provides dresses, accessories and services to young women who want to attend their high school prom. Collects and cleans ready to wear prom gowns, shoes, handbags, jewelry and accessories. Also takes apparel for men, such as suits, tuxedos and dress shoes. In early spring an open house is hosted that is free and open to the young people and their families. - - - Youth and adults plan annual events and activities designed to develop prevention skills of young people within the community. Training has potential to help change individual lives as well as community attitudes toward alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse issues. Students also facilitate classroom workshops to prevent bullying and promote anger management and conflict management skills. - - - Youth Leadership Conference: For Hudson youth to build new relationships and create leadership skills to use in their school and community

Eligibility
Residents of Hudson

Area Served
Saint Croix County

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