Hospice of the Valley’s new White Dove Thrift Shoppe at 2711 E. Indian School Road, Phoenix.
The Antique Register
Hospice of the Valley announces the opening of its fifth White Dove Thrift Shoppe in late May or early June. It is the second store in Phoenix and the fifth Valley-wide. Proceeds from all White Dove stores help provide care for Hospice of the Valley patients and families without insurance or financial means.
White Dove Midtown, located at 2711 E. Indian School Road, is housed in a two-story, freestanding cream building with a gray façade and cool industrial vibe. A receiving and processing area, along with more parking, are planned for the space next door. The store is a short drive from the agency’s Central Phoenix offices as well as its future Dementia Care & Education Campus.
“We’ve been looking for the next right location for a long time,” said Diana Murray, Hospice of the Valley’s vice president for facilities and purchasing. “We’re so grateful for the generous community that supports our thrift shops and to our hardworking staff and 350 store volunteers who are passionate about generating revenue for our charity care programs!”
Applications for those interested in volunteering at the new Midtown store are being accepted. Contact JoEllen Feltham at email@example.com or call 602-530-6968.
Donations are accepted during business hours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Items that you can shop for or donate include: furniture, appliances, clothing, accessories, housewares, collectibles, art, jewelry, electronics, sports equipment, vehicles and medical equipment. Hospice of the Valley’s White Dove stores are consistently ranked among the best thrift shops in Arizona.
White Dove Thrift Shoppes are located at:
- 5035 N. Seventh Ave., Phoenix. 602-776-1540.
- 2711 E. Indian School Road, Phoenix. 602-957-1204.
- 8461 E. McDonald Drive, Scottsdale. 480-609-1190.
- 17045 N. 59th Ave., Glendale 602-942-0011.
- 1255 W. Guadalupe Road, Mesa. 480-491-1361.
Call 602-274-3683 to have large items picked up by the White Dove trucks. For more information, visit whitedovethrift.org.