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Prosser Store

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612 5th Street
Prosser, WA 99350

Monday:                          11am-4:30pm
Tuesday - Friday:           9:30am-4:30pm
Saturday:                        9:30am-1:30pm

For more information on volunteering, donating, or shopping please contact our Prosser Thrift Store Manager,
Gertie Desallier, at 509-786-7435.

Zillah Store

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907 Vintage Valley Parkway
Zillah, WA 98953

Monday - Friday:              10:00am-5:00pm

For more information on volunteering, donating, or shopping please contact our Zillah Thrift Store Manager,
Bonnie McKain, at 509-314-6551.

The Hospice Benefit Shop (Hobs) offers high quality, gently used items.

As a nonprofit store, each purchase from Hobs will support Heartlinks Hospice & Palliative Care, and the services provided to patients and their families. Heartlinks provides hospice care, palliative care, and grief support to adults and children in our community.

The dedication and caring of Hobs volunteers are key to Heartlinks Hospice's ability to successfully perform our mission: to enrich quality of life by providing loving care to the dying and support to their families. The volunteers at Hobs make our mission possible!

The following donations are welcomed:

 

We cannot accept:

 

Donation guidelines:

 

  • clothing
  • jewelry
  • collectibles
  • linens
  • kitchen, bath and home decorating items

 

  • most large furniture
  • mattresses
  • computers / large electronics

 

  • Only clothing with 75% available wear is usable for resale.
  • Cleaned, mended, ironed, and hangered clothing is preferred.
  • Vintage clothing is of particular interest. Outdated clothing may be  difficult to resell.

The size of the shop, however, does not permit the acceptance of large appliances, such as refrigerators, washers, dryers, etc. Donations are tax deductible, and tax receipts are available.

The dedication and caring of Hobs volunteers are “key” to Heartlinks Hospice & Palliative Care’s ability to successfully complete its mission, i.e., to enrich quality of life by providing loving care to the dying and support to their families.

The Hospice Benefit Shop is operated solely by volunteers, so the volunteers at Hobs truly are the key to its successful operation. All volunteers are required to attend  training for customer safety. We are in need of assistance with  sorting, pricing, and clerking.