HOW TO DONATE!

  • Drop off hours Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm. (No stains, Tears, Mold, Bugs, Wet, or Broken) Feel free to call the number for pickups to ask any questions. 

  • Call 417-831-7600 ext. 3 to schedule a pickup for Large Furniture Items.

  • We do not accept the following items: Child Safety Devices, CRT TV's, Construction Materials, Illegal Substances. 

  • DO NOT leave items at our store after hours or on Sundays. Items left over night or on weekends will get destroyed by dumpster divers, and get ruined by weather. 

                                                               Thanks You for your Donations!  

 

BLIND COMMUNITY THRIFT STORE WELCOMES YOU

Help the Blind - Help the Community

At Blind Community Thrift Store we’re raising funds and promoting initiatives to serve the blind and visually impaired while also helping the local community in Springfield, MO. We believe in taking action with urgency in order to raise public awareness about some of the most pressing issues facing the blind community. Please join us by supporting our efforts to make a measurable difference in the lives of others.

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ABOUT US

Just a thrift store with a great cause!

Here at Blind Community Thrift Store, we are driven to help the blind community thrive in todays world. Adaptive technology is expensive, and as you can imagine hard to learn how to use when you don't have sight. Through our partnerships with other organizations we are able to help in numerous ways just by accepting donations and selling items in our thrift store. The Blind Community Thrift Store works with groups like TAVIM, Red Cross, OACAC, Victory Mission, and more to provide clothing vouchers, food drives, and monetary contributions to help the Springfield Community as well as the blind of Missouri.

 

Help the Blind - Help the Community

WAYS WE HELP

 
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ADAPTIVE TECHNOLOGY

Help the Blind

Working with TAVIM (Technology Association for Visually Impaired Missourians) we hope to help bring blind Missourians into the 21st century. Adaptive Technology is expensive and hard to learn. TAVIM works with those individuals to help them get equipment and train those individuals to use that adaptive technology.

CONTACT
BLIND COMMUNITY THRIFT STORE

2713 N Kansas Expy, Springfield, MO 65803, USA

Store (417) 831-7600

Fax (417) 324-7666

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