Hospital Thrift Store
76 W. St. George Blvd.
St. George, Utah
10am to 6pm Monday-Saturday
For more information or to schedule a donation pick-up, call 435-674-7522.
The store provides philanthropic support for the charitable purposes of Dixie Regional Medical Center. Its Community Outreach programs provide essential clothing and basic needs to clients of other non-profits such as Dixie Care and Share, DOVE Center and Washington County School District Child Services.
By volunteering, donating and shopping at the Hospital Thrift Store, community members have an opportunity to partner with the Foundation in support of its philanthropic mission.
Your Hospital Thrift Store Needs You:
Join an exciting environment and participate first-hand, providing service to customers and the community! Thanks to continuing success, increased donations, future plans for growth and a commitment to expand community outreach, your hospital thrift store needs compassionate, helping hands to fulfill its mission of service to the community and healthcare at Dixie Regional.
For more information or to volunteer, contact Kathryn at 435.773.1445.
For donations pick up, call Dave at 435.668.0426.
Pictured: Michael Anderson, Eagle Scout Candidate
Eagle Scout Candidate Delivers Welcome Thrift Store Facelift
The back story - They were makeshift—the dressing rooms merely partition walls with fabric curtains for doors. Small and not very private, much to the chagrin of an occasional customer. And while not many complained, Thrift Store staff was highly sensitive to the situation and need for improvement. Building new, larger dressing rooms had been a goal for over a year.
Enter Michael Anderson - An energetic and talented young man in need of an Eagle Scout project. Taking on this endeavor, Michael procured donated materials from SunRoc and Home Depot. Combining them with slat board already procured, Michael built new dressing rooms at almost no cost. Larger, with real door dressing rooms, enhancing the overall shopping experience.
Many, many thanks to Eagle Scout Michael Anderson – his dedication, craftsmanship and time – and the materials donors who helped make this happen!
Donate your gently used goods – for the good of so many in our community—to the hospital Thrift Store!
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