We are always looking for fun and exciting ways to partner with our community! Our community partners invest in the safety, hope, healing, and justice for domestic violence and sexual assault victims and survivors in our community. You are essential to our success, and your investment directly saves lives!

MONETARY DONATIONS
For more information on partnering through event sponsorships, monetary donations, employee giving campaigns, or hosting a fundraiser, please contact our Marketing and Development Department. Below are the direct extensions of the people to speak with:

Randi Skinner, Director of Marketing and Development: 940-387-5131 x104 or rskinner@dcfof.org

Kim Shields, Development Coordinator: 940-387-5131 x110 or kshields@dcfof.org

ITEM DONATIONS
Item drives are a very meaningful way for the community to impact the lives of battered women and children in need. Whether it’s during the holidays or throughout the year, hosting or participating in a drive will help us meet the needs of our clients. For businesses, this type of community project is perfect for both employee and customer participation. 

For our most up to date list of needs, check out our AmazonSmile Wish List!

Click here to view commonly needed items

If you have any questions, please contact volunteer@dcfof.org

To arrange for pick-up of large furniture items, please contact our Thrift Store at 940-387-1750.

THRIFT STORE

1614 W. University
Denton, TX, 76201
940-387-1750

Store Hours:
Monday-Friday: 10AM-6PM
Saturday: 10 AM-6PM
Sunday: Closed 

At the Friends of the Family Thrift Store clients and their families are provided the opportunity to shop for both personal and household needs. The store is also open to the community; shoppers and volunteers are welcome! Proceeds from community shoppers benefit agency programs.

  • Donations are accepted and appreciated at the Thrift Store, however all electronics must be in working condition. We are especially in need of furniture.
  • Donations are tax deductible.
  • Furniture pick-ups are available upon request.
  • Volunteers are always needed here to assist staff in maintaining the appearance and organization of the shop.

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