One of the joys of the sale is giving back to the community through the generous donations of our consignors. After each sale, our consignors have the choice to donate unsold items or pick them up. Donated items become the property of MSH and are distributed among approximately ten local nonprofits who care for those in need in and around our community.
Since 1962, Christian Homes and Family Services of Abilene has been bringing families together through maternity, foster care, and adoption services, encouraging young women to choose life for their babies and, when best, also adoption by loving couples anxious to be parents.
Christian Service Center is a nonprofit in Abilene that shows the love of Jesus through providing clothing, food, household items, school supplies, Bibles, prayer, and counsel.
Closet Angels of Eastland is a clothing ministry where shoppers may make a donation, trade, or take clothes for free if needed.
Abilene High and Cooper High Student Councils provide formalwear for students who do not have the financial resources to attend their prom.
Faithworks helps the underemployed in Abilene acquire the confidence and skills for gainful employment through personal, career, academic, and spiritual development.
Helping Hands of Anson provides food and clothing to those in need. The organization serves Anson and the surrounding counties.
Highland’s Community Ministry offers a Christmas store, a unique shopping experience for Abilene inner city families. The families who participate in the program earn the privilege to shop by taking personal responsibility to improve their lives.
The International Rescue Committee responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises as it helps refugees to survive, recover, and gain control of their future.
Love and Care Ministries of Abilene provides services and resources for the homeless population in Abilene including a clothing ministry that collects items each year during Mission Thanksgiving and throughout the year.
Sam’s Place provides hope and a future for Deaf orphans in Kenya. They currently house 40 children, many of whom come to Sam’s Place with little or no language. Sam’s Place is sponsored by the South 11th and Willis Church of Christ in Abilene.