Help Us Distribute Clothes to Those in Need in Our Community
Our Bethel Boutique is our clothes closet that we operate for families of the Bethel-Danebo School District, through referrals from school counselors. We provide new and quality used clothing, with new shoes, socks, and underwear for all sizes (both male and female).
We’re aiming for an improved experience for our “shoppers” and volunteers. We’re hoping for more and more fashionable clothing and more and more volunteers to assist our shoppers and organize the donated apparel. A sign-up sheet is available on the “Connect” wall in the entryway if you’d like to volunteer. You’ll love the new experience we’re providing for the kids that come through! This is a great ministry!
The Bethel Boutique is an important ministry of our congregation. It has been led by many faithful people over the years. When Diana Renn stepped down as the coordinator of the boutique, she expressd the need for more people to be involved. It’s really more of a job than one person should have to do. The boutique is currently functioning at diminshed capacity because we don’t currently have a clear leadership plan. More help is needed. The biggest need is for people to assist shoppers. We can’t open the boutique without enough volunteers.
We have several key volunteers who are helping with some of the necessary tasks. We have two community volunteers, Melva, who does a lot of the shopping and Heather who organizes and helps to inventory what we need. Diana continues to help with big projects like Undy Sunday and the Craft Fair. She is also a team leader who assists shoppers. We have other team leaders and volunteers who assist shoppers in the boutique but we also need more.
If you are interested in being part of the leadership team or if you are interested in assisting shoppers, please notify the church office. Let’s work together to keep this essential ministry as vibrant as it has been for many years.
Craft Fair Benefit for Bethel Boutique
Saturday, November 2nd (9am – 2pm) in Fellowship Hall
Are you a crafter? Sign up to sell your wares here.
Email: email@example.com with any questions.
How to Donate Clothes
If you have been wondering how you go about donating to the clothes closet, kindly follow these three steps to make our volunteers’ jobs as easy as possible:
1 All donations must be in good condition and freshly washed. A good rule of thumb is to ask yourself “Is my donation something that a child or teen would wear to school?” The Clothes Closet serves children from kindergarten through high school. If possible, donate only “in-season” clothing due to our storage limitations.
- No torn, stained clothing or broken zippers
- No used undergarments (underwear, bras, etc.)
- No bathing suits
- We are NO longer accepting used shoes
2 Package items in small to medium sized trash bags so our volunteers can easily lift them. Close bags to avoid spilling.
3 Place donations downstairs in the bin outside of the Clothes Closet. We are located in the church’s lower-level. The church is open weekdays from 9:00am – 3:00pm and Sunday morning the doors are always open!
Mon - Fri, 9:00am - 3:00pm
(During the summer, 10:00am - 2:00pm)
4445 Royal Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402