When individuals shop at the Treasure Shop or donate quality items such as clothing, jewelry, small appliances, household items, and collectibles, in new, like-new or gently used condition, they are helping someone else gain a new start on life. Proceeds from sales support Crider Health Center’s various programs and services for children, youth, and adults living in our four-county service area.
Donations made to the Treasure Shop may be tax-deductible. When you donate, you will be given a receipt for tax purposes.
The Troy Treasure Shop is a fixture in the Troy Community and has been in operation for well over 20 years. This gem provides a valuable service to the residents of Troy and surrounding area by providing affordable, gently-used household items, clothing, furniture, books, toys, and more. The shop also serves as a resource for Crider clients to assist with start-up goods and supplies for individuals and families that have been displaced by flood, fire or storm. In some cases, the shop also helps clients entering into their own apartment or home for the first time.
The Treasure Shop currently operates with few paid staff and relies heavily on volunteers to keep the store running smoothly. Items sold at The Treasure Shop come from donations made by generous community members and friends of Crider Health Center. Proceeds from all sales are used to support Crider Health Center programs and services.
To find out more about how you can make a tax-deductible donation, please contact the Crider Health Center Foundation at (636) 332-2134.
If you’d like to learn more about becoming a volunteer, please visit the Join Our Team section of our website.