Seal Beach Animal Care Center 1700 Adolfo Lopez Dr, Seal Beach, CA90740 The Seal Beach Animal Care Center is a nonprofit, no-kill shelter. According to the shelter's website, its mission is to…More aid lost or abandoned pets and to promote responsible ownership, education and population control. The shelter houses cats and dogs and is largely dependent on its core of dedicated volunteers. Volunteers are needed to help care for the pets and facilities and walk dogs throughout the day. The shelter has a detailed process to make sure that responsible owners adopt its animals. It also has a foster program where volunteers care for animals, such as kittens, until they are old enough to be adopted. To donate or volunteer, contact the center at (562) 430-4993 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Precious Life Shelter is a residential support program for pregnant adult women, and the thrift shop sells the…More "extra" donated items that are not used by the residents. All proceeds from this shop go to funding the program, earning about 40 percent of operating costs.
Each second Saturday of the month, there is a Super Saturday Sale from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
If you wish to help, you can volunteer to sort donations and/or staff the thrift store. The Web site offers more volunteer information.
Thrift Redefined 3982 Cerritos Ave, Los Alamitos, CA90720 Opened in 2005, Grateful Hearts Thrift Store sells new and used clothing, vintage items, electronics and furniture.…More Proceeds of the sale go to support the needy in Los Alamitos community. The store's mission is to "minister to the physical needs of those who are hurting and broken-hearted." It is affiliated with the nearby Cottonwood Church. The selection at this location is typical of any other thrift store. In addition to accepting clothing and furniture donations, Grateful Hearts also welcomes monetary contributions and volunteers.