Recovery Center Thrift Store

The profits from our thrift store provide vital support of the programs of the Gospel Mission. In addition, the store has become a viable center for job training of mission guests, social work programs such as the DHS TANF program, Dept. of Corrections Community Service Program, NAFTA, Experience Works, and others.

Address: 840 Klamath Avenue (at 9th St.) Phone: 541-850-5217 Tuesday - Friday: 10am - 5pm Saturday 10am - 4pm

Sunday & Monday - Closed


Furniture Donation Pick-up Line: 541-887-2111.  We pick up large items of furniture/appliances only. No clothing or other items are picked up, but please bring these items to our warehouse/sorting area at the back of the store in the alley.

Thrift Store News/Sales

NOTICE...NEW STORE HOURS:
Tue - Fri 10am-5pm, Sat. 10am-4pm, Closed Sun & Mon
 
Due to public health concerns, WE WILL NO LONGER BE ACCEPTING DONATIONS OF MATTRESSES of any kind. Sorry for the inconvenience. Thank You.
 
 

What Do We Have?

The Pumpkin Patch carries a wide variety of quality merchandise, including:

  • household goods
  • furniture
  • regular and designer clothing
  • shoes and bags
  • antiques
  • jewelry
  • baby clothes
  • electronics
  • sporting goods
  • a multitude of other miscellaneous items

How Can You Help?

If you are interested in becoming involved, here’s how you can help::

  • Bring your donations of clean and gently used clothing or other goods to the sorting/warehouse area during store hours, located at the back of the store in the alley between the mission and the store . We will unload your donation and provide a donation tax receipt.
  • Volunteer to work at the thrift store or at the Mission. See the Volunteer page here on our website
  • Encourage others to donate, volunteer, and especially shop at the Gospel Mission Thrift Store. You’ll be amazed at the variety and quality of items you can find there, and at great prices.

 

Temporary Assistance Program (T.A.P.) for Clothing, Furniture, and Household Goods:

We now offer our clients needed goods from our Thrift Store under an “Earn-It” model. We have partnered with Klamath Works with this new system and TAP recipients will be required to give back some of their time to programs at Klamath Works in order to “earn” the needed assistance.

The time required to give back is based on the dollar value awarded to approximately equating to minimum wage. For example, if you are awarded $10 of goods, you will give back 1 hour in one of the programs at the Klamath Works facility.

REQUIREMENTS TO QUALIFY:

  • You will need to show valid identification i.e., driver’s license, state I.D. card, military card, tribal card, or migrant worker card for all adults on the T.A.P. form.
  • If you need assistance with household items or furniture your must show your rental agreement.
  • Proof of family size must be shown to us from your food stamp program award letter.
  • If you need assistance with clothing for children that have been returned to you we must see a letter of proof from DHS.
  • Names and birthdates will be required for everyone listed on the T.A.P form

How to apply for assistance:

  1. Apply ONLY ON TUESDAYS from 1:00pm - 2:30pm in the new Gospel Mission facility at 1931 Mission Ave (located on the Klamath Works/SkyLakes campus at 1930 South 6th Street) in the center building which is the administrative offices. You may wait in the lobby and fill out the paperwork while you are waiting for your name to be called.
  2. After receiving your TAP form take it to Klamath Works at 1930 South Sixth Street

       (across the parking lot from the new Gospel Mission) Wednesday 1pm-4pm and Thursday 9am - 4pm for an intake and to be assigned your “earn-it” time.

  1. After completing the give back time at Klamath Works you can go back to the TAP room at the Gospel Mission Recovery Center Thrift Store on Fridays from 1:00pm – 2:30pm to shop for your earned items.