Amberly's Place opened its Thrift Shoppe to raise much-needed funds to benefit victims of abuse. Amberly's Place appreciates the generosity of our community. We value every donation.
If you have questions please feel free to call Angela at 928-329-2989 or click here to send an email firstname.lastname@example.org. Below find a list of items needed. Please check this list periodically for updates/current wish list.
These items may be dropped off Tuesday-Friday 9am to 5pm Saturday 9AM to 1PM at our Thrift Shoppe on 812 South Ave A. During the drop off please mention if the items can be sold at our Thrift Shoppe or if they are to be stored for victims. Please remember that all proceeds from Amberly's Place Thrift Shoppe go to emergency funds that benefits all victim.
Men/Women's Clothing in Good, Wearable Condition or New- All Sizes
- Business attire
- Casual pants
- Casual shirts
- New socks
- New Undergarments
Teenage Clothing in Good, Wearable Condition or New
- Anything for boys ages 12-18 (this may include some men's sizes)
- Anything for girls ages 12-18
- New undergarments
Children's Clothing in Good, Wearable Condition or New - All Sizes
- School uniforms
- Casual Shirts
- Casual Pants
- New undergarments
Electronics, Appliances, Furniture & Houseware
- Small kitchen appliances
- DVD/VCR Players
- Laptop computers in good, working condition
- Furniture in good condition
- Beds in all sizes
- Bedding, Towels, Linen
- Household items including dishes and cutlery
*Please call or email before donating large items to determine available storage
*If you have an unusual item you feel may benefit the victims we serve, please call 329-2989 or email email@example.com.
Please bring the following donations to our advocacy center at 1310 S. 3rd Ave, Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm.
- Diapers - All Sizes (Mainly size 4 & 5)
- Baby Formula /Food
- New quilts/blankets
- Non-Perishable Snack Items
- Water Bottles and Juice Boxes
- Ziploc Bags "all sizes"
- Plastic Utensils, Cups,Plates
- Cell Phones
Donate your old cell phones with chargers to give victims of stalking/domestic violence the ability to dial 911 in case of an emergency. Is your cell phone older than the hills? No charger? Donate anyway. All unusable phones are recycled to generate income to aid victims of abuse.
Donations may be made by cash, check or credit card. Donations may be made at both our advocacy center and thrift shoppe. Gift cards for clothing/shoe stores
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Benefit the entire community. Keep YOUR tax dollars local! The number and the needs of the less fortunate in Yuma Arizona have never been greater.
You can help. You can give & receive.
If you donate to a qualifying charitable organization in Arizona by Dec. 31, you can claim a tax credit for 2018 that reduces dollar for dollar what you pay in state income tax.
The money you would otherwise pay in taxes can benefit your community through the organizations that you choose!
How does it work?
Donate to an organization that serves the working poor.
- 1. Prepare your Arizona state tax return
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Recent state law changes mean you no longer need to itemize your state return to claim this credit. The Arizona Charitable Tax Credit is in addition to and completely separate from the Private School Tuition and Public School Activity tax credits. You may participate in any or all three if you choose. If you have no Arizona tax liability for the current year, you may carry the tax credit forward for up to five years. Your donation may also be claimed as a charitable deduction on your federal income tax.
The need is great, and you can help. Please make your gift today.