Twice Is Nice 305 E Market St, Leesburg, VA20176 Founded in 1990, Twice Is Nice is an operation of The Ladies Board for the benefit of Loudoun Hospital. It is not a…More consignment store; it takes donations of clothes, shoes, household items, such as small appliances, chairs, bookcases, books, dishes, glassware, home accessories and more. The profits are used for Loudoun Hospital patient needs and toward nursing school scholarships. Items not accepted for donation include stereo equipment, strollers, toys, books exercise equipment, large appliances, curtain rods and mattresses.
Capital Treasures 26 W Market St, Leesburg, VA20176 Capital Treasures, on West Market Street, is a thrift shop in historic, old-town Leesburg. It features quality goods at…More thrift store prices, with all proceeds benefiting Capital Hospice. People wishing to support the hospice can do so in one of two ways, either by donating goods to be sold or by purchasing merchandise from the store. The operation is staffed entirely by volunteers who sort, catalogue, acquire, purchase and price the donated merchandise. All merchandise is screened for quality. The shop opened in 2009 and is the sister store of Capital Hospice Thrift Shop in Arlington, Virginia.
The Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad provides emergency medical service to an 80-square-mile area in Loudoun. It…More relies on community support, both in the form of volunteers and from financial donations. It receives funding from both the Loudoun County government and the Town of Leesburg, but still falls about $200,000 short of its annual expenses without the support of community members.
The Salvation Army has been providing support and comfort to the needy in Loudoun County since the 1980s, but has…More been located at its current Leesburg address since 2005.
In addition to a thrift store where patrons can find a variety of donated items ranging from luggage, clothes, household items and furniture to music and movies and memorabilia, the Salvation Army offers aid to needy families at back-to-school time and Christmas. It has also offered a free Thanksgiving dinner in years past, with food donated by local restaurants.
The Salvation Army is always looking for volunteers to help out in the thrift store and those interested can call to inquire about opportunities to help out.