High Point Family Store (Permanently Closed)

Q&A

Q: Why is the Family Store Closing?

A: The Salvation Army always strives to do the most good, for the most people, with the resources we have been blessed with. While closing the Family Store was a difficult decision, your continued support through this transition will allow us to continue being good stewards and help as many as possible, in the best way possible.

Q: When is the Family Store Closing?

A: The Salvation Army of High Point Family Store permanently closed on July 31st, 2021. The Family Store is no longer receiving donations.

Q: Where can I donate gently used items now that the store is closed?

A: The Salvation Army of Greensboro Family Stores are still open and accepting gently used donations! Locally, donations are still be accepted at West End Ministries, Ward Street, and Grace Point Church.

Q: Can I still make a monetary donation to The Salvation Army of High Point?

A: Yes! The Salvation Army of High Point will continue to operate all other regular programming to help local men, women, and children in need. Your monetary donations and time spent volunteering are still very much needed and appreciated!

Q: Are you planning to open another Family Store?

A: The Salvation Army of High Point is not planning to open another store at this time.

Q: Can I still get rent and utility assistance?

A: Yes! The Salvation Army of High Point will continue to operate all other regular programming, including emergency rent and utility assistance, food and mobile food pantry, Center of Hope Family Shelter, William Booth Garden Apartments, The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club, weekly Worship Services and Church Programs.


THE SALVATION ARMY OF HIGH POINT ANNOUNCES FAMILY STORE CLOSURE


HIGH POINT, NC (July 16th, 2021) – The Salvation Army of High Point will close the remaining High Point Family Store location on July 31st, 2021.


After much prayer and consideration, The Salvation Army of High Point will close the 1501 South Main Street, High Point Family Store location at the end of July. The Salvation Army would like to thank the greater High Point community for your incredible generosity and meaningful donations over the last 21 years. Through your remarkable gifts and contributions of gently used clothing, home décor, and furniture, The Salvation Army has been able to help thousands of local families in times of need. While the Family Store will be closing, and no longer able to receive donations after July 23rd, The Salvation Army is blessed to work with so many wonderful partner agencies who can continue providing emergency clothing assistance to men, women, and children in need within the High Point community.


“We want to say thank you to all the donors, volunteers, employees and patrons who have supported our Family Store throughout the years,” explains Captains Lars & Ingrid Ljungholm, Commanding Officers for The Salvation Army of High Point. “The lives of countless people have been touched because of you. While closing the store was a difficult decision, your continued support through volunteering and monetary donations will allow us to continue being good stewards and help as many as possible, in the best way possible."

The Salvation Army will host a final store closing sale beginning next week. All merchandise, including clothing, home décor, and furniture (no exclusions) will be 50% off the marked price beginning Tuesday, July 20th.


The Salvation Army of High Point will continue to operate all other regular programming, including emergency rent and utility assistance, food and mobile food pantry, Center of Hope Family Shelter, William Booth Garden Apartments, The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club, weekly Worship Services and Church Programs. For more information about The Salvation Army of High Point and our continued emergency services and community programs, please call 336-881-5400 or visit www.tsahighpoint.org.