Partnering with the Community
As a 503(c)3 non-profit organization, our sales cover all operating costs and our profits allow us to partner with other community organizations to meet the needs of individuals. A board of local residents oversees operations and makes decisions on where profits would best support the community.
The Lydia team also provides goods to those in need.
Provided donations, totaling $7,000 to the following organizations within Strasburg and Shenandoah County:
Strasburg Public School's Free Lunch Program
Strasburg's relief fund that helps the homeless.
Family Promise of Shenandoah County
Free Clinic of Shenandoah County
Shenandoah County Pregnancy Center
Donated clothing to Froggy's Closet, Blue Ridge Hospice Thrift Shop, the Salvation Army and Goodwill.
Provided $3,700 in clothing and goods to those who are helped through our local food pantry, Compassion Cupboard.
Gave a donation to Family Promise of Shenandoah County.
Provided 250 items of clothing to a local resident who took them to victims of Hurricanes Michael and Florence.
Provided suits to students of Handley High School.
Provided clothing to migrant workers who picked apples in Frederick County.
Bought gifts for four children over the holiday season.
Provided clothing to a family that lost everything in a fire.
Provided clothing to Froggy's Closet, Goodwill and the Salvation Army.
Donated over $2,500 worth of clothing and household items in the form of voucher to those who are supported through Strasburg's local food panty, Compassion Cupboard.
Provided over 1,000 items of clothing to a local resident who took them to victims of Hurricanes Florence and Michael.
Adopted a family, of five taking refuge with Response, Inc, a local shelter, for the holidays.
Provided ties to a local grou who use them to tie up sleeping bags they made for the homeless.
Provided men's business clothes to John Handley High School, helping students prepare for job interviews.
Continued our sponsorship of Family Promise.
Helped a family that lost everything in a fire.
Provided groceries to a senior citizen, through a local program sponsored by social services.
Donated extra clothing to Blue Ridge Hospice Thrift Shop and Goodwill.