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Ways to Help

Are you a fashionista? You can help! Living on a budget? You can also help! Perhaps you are a professional development maverick, collect antiques, or simply have a penchant for sequins. Great! Everyone brings something to the table, which means that you too can improve the lives of women in our community and help us break the destructive cycle of violence and homelessness. Need ideas? We have a few:

 

Indulge In a Little Shopping

Thanks to the generous support of our donors and the diversity of their wardrobes, we receive new merchandise daily, from couture and special labels to unique vintage pieces. Visit our store or shop online and support Lotus House women as they work to build a safe and brighter future for themselves and their families.

Lotus House Thrift Chic Boutique is located at 2040 NW 7th Avenue, Miami, FL, 33127. Hours of Operation: Monday-Saturday, from 10am-6pm, Phone: 305-576-4112, Email: info@lotushousethrift.org

 

Recycle, Reuse, Repurpose, and Reenergize!

We welcome your donations of new and gently used clothing, furnishings, small appliances, kitchenware, decorative items, and other household goods. All donations are tax-deductible. Please contact us at 305-576-4112 or info@lotushousethrift.org to make drop-off or pick-up arrangements. Also! View our Wish List!

 

Networking, Networking

Located in the Professional and Life Skills Center inside our thrift store, our Employment Program seeks to develop ongoing referral relationships with business and community leaders to maximize employment opportunities for the women in our program. Join our efforts by Becoming a Corporate Partner.

 

Volunteer

Are you a human resource or business professional? Volunteer with our Employment Program to design a workshop, offer critical input on the content of educational materials, provide one-on-one coaching and feedback on practice interviews, and more!

Are you a natural teacher? Volunteer with our Life Skills and Education Program to tutor our women and youth in adult education and their highschool studies.