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Hospital Thrift Store

76 W. St. George Boulevard
St. George, Utah

(435) 674-7522

Hours:
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Saturday

The thrift 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, you can help provide quality healthcare to the people of southern Utah, and assist many people in need.

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, to volunteer, or for a donation pick-up, call Dave at (435) 674-7522.

 


Thrift store volunteers Mary Helen Anderson and Len Levine.

Touch many lives by becoming a volunteer

After suffering a massive stroke, Len Levine’s hospital bill was overwhelming. He was unable to work and unsure how he could take care of it. Then he met with financial counselors at Dixie Regional who adjusted the bill based on his ability to pay. Close to half his bill was forgiven.

“I was so grateful that I wanted to do something to try and repay the hospital’s generosity,” Levine said. “So as soon as I was well enough I started volunteering at the Hospital Thrift Store. I’ve been here six years now and I’ve logged more than 1,500 hours of service. I love it here.”

Levine has experience working in retail, so he says it is fun for him to help set up displays and put out merchandise in the store. But his favorite part is working with people and helping the thrift store fulfill its mission. “I don’t get paid and its hard work, but it is worth it,” he said. “Being a part of this store is just so rewarding.”

“We volunteer because we want to help people,” said volunteer Mary Helen Anderson. “Our service in this store helps a lot of people. It is very satisfying and gives me new energy.”

“If you have the time, it’s the greatest reward,” Levine added.