Moms of McHenry County and KidStuff Resale is proud to be partnered with several local charities. We support them through volunteering, supporting their events, and encouraging their mission.
During the KidStuff Resale, sellers have the option to mark their items for donation. Several of our charity partners are recipients of these items, keeping their donation local and further helping our community. The admission fee is 100% donated to a local food pantry.
MoMCo supports these charities by: volunteer opportunities, organizing items, and monetary donations.
If your charity is interested in partnering with MoMCo & KidStuff Resale, please email Nicole at [email protected]
The heart of Blessing Barn is to provide basic life needs to individuals and/or families who cross our path.
Blessing Barn oversees the collection and distribution of donated goods. Together, with the generosity of the community, we will provide a higher quality of life for our recipients.
Blessing Barn is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Located in Crystal Lake.
Second Bridge is our resource program for caregivers, social workers and organizations working with children. We have a distribution center filled with clothing and supplies that our families are invited to shop at free of charge. If our families or organization representatives cannot make it to us, we also offer delivery of items needed. Our program also assists with birthdays, school supplies, winter gear and much more. Located in Crystal Lake.
Family Health Partnership Clinic (FHPC) is pleased to welcome The Pink Door Thrift Shop in McHenry as of July 1, 2019. The upscale resale store, with a long history of supporting healthcare services in McHenry County, was originally started by and supported the McHenry Hospital Auxiliary. The store’s mission is to support local health care and it will continue its legacy by supporting Family Health Partnership Clinic.
All proceeds from the store will benefit the mission of the Family Health Partnership Clinic. Family Health Partnership Clinic provides high quality healthcare for the uninsured in McHenry County. The clinic operates on a sliding fee scale but no patient is turned away for inability to pay. The clinic does not receive state or federal funds, and is supported by the community.
Volunteers manage and staff the Pink Door and have worked tirelessly to donate proceeds to help bring healthcare to those less fortunate.
Your Children's Bookshelf is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to providing FREE children's books through our Donors and Program Partners to families & children in-need; encouraging the love of reading and providing equitable access to books helping foster literacy and education. Located in Wonder Lake.
Established in 2016, we strive on educating the public and enriching the lives of those living with rare and/or complex medical conditions.
Riddick's Ride first originated in 2014 as a community based fundraiser for a boy named Riddick who had a rare chromosome deletion and severe complex medical needs. Riddick passed away in 2015 on his 3rd birthday, March 29 from a respiratory virus and ARDS. A promise to Riddick made by his parents was to continue Riddick's Ride in his honor, helping others to better the quality of their lives. Riddick forever changed our lives for the better and taught us that everyone has a purpose in this world. Riddick's Ride is located in Island Lake & Lakemoor.
The Woodstock Food Pantry currently receives support from a wide range of individuals along with religious and civic groups who share a desire to serve our neighbors.
Our aspiration to efficiently serve our community without dependance on federal or state participation enables us to eliminate our utilization of government commodities. As a result, all donations of money and/or food is from private sources. The Woodstock Food Pantry business is managed by volunteers, and the pantry location, facilities and food storage equipment have been subsidized over the years by our generous benefactors.
The Woodstock Food Pantry serves more than 275 families each month, a total of more than 700 people. Seniors and individuals on disability account for nearly 50% of our clients served. Our clients include single parent families and households with children. Located in Woodstock.
Our Mission is to improve the lives of our friends and neighbors in need by providing nutritious food and essential personal care items. We treat every individual with respect, privacy and dignity on their journey to becoming independent of our services. We are committed to educate and bring our community together in a partnership to end hunger. We are a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization. The Grafton Food Pantry is located in Huntley.
Beth is a very experienced, knowledgeable and professionally trained lactation consultant and postpartum doula, highly skilled in helping a new family after the birth of their baby(ies). She provides knowledgeable, caring and personalized support during those first several weeks. She volunteers with BreastfeedingUSA locally and nationally, and is an original founding member of BreastfeedingUSA. She is a retired Vice-President of Northern Illinois Lactation Consultant Assn.(NILCA) (8 year term). She is also a retired Vice-President of the H.O.P.E. Board Lake Zurich High School Orchestra non-profit organization. She teaches beginning breastfeeding classes, breastfeeding & returning to work classes, provide workshops on breastfeeding for doulas and breastfeeding counselor trainees and am a compassionate listener for those in need. You can find more about Beth here. She is located in Lake Zurich.
Giving Three was brought to life by three friends, who are also moms, and understand how quickly the cost of baby and kid items can add up. We are here to provide these items to individuals in our community, free of charge. Located in Johnsburg, IL
RCC is an all-volunteer Chicago based organization that seeks to ease the transition for newly arrived refugees to Chicago, by providing resources, information, and household necessities through a personal connection with welcoming neighbors. We seek to supplement refugee basic needs not already met by professional refugee resettlement agencies and government services. Our all-volunteer group strives to ensure that each family has its urgent needs met with basic furniture, beds and bedding, computer, phone, kitchenware and appliances, clothing and footwear, cleaning supplies, diapers, toiletries, and groceries as needed.
We have 4 Free Stores in donated spaces on the northwest and northside of Chicago, and in Deerfield. Recently arrived refugees shop for free, by appointment.
RCC was established in 2017, originally focused on serving the needs of Special Immigrant Visa refugees. Today we have around 15 full-time volunteers and many dozen part-time volunteers. Our Facebook group currently has 6,700 members, all of whom are in the Chicago area.
Our mutual aid group is run primarily through our very active Facebook group.
"We're a community helping the community." The Kid's Pantry provides gently used children's items to families in need through community donations.
Jodi Bechtold and Stephanie Johanson are the co-directors of The Kid's Pantry. They saw families struggling to provide basic needs for their children during these tough economic times and wanted to bless the community by providing slightly gently used clothes, shoes, toys etc. for FREE.