Not only is recycling the focus of etc, but it is also the heart of the business. An extension of that heart is demonstrated within its’ community mission partnerships. etc. Consignment Shoppe has established relationships with the following organizations as it seeks domestic and international opportunities to empower the lives of others.
(Click on the logos to learn more about these wonderful organizations.)
Thanks to etc. for providing clothes for our families over these past years. What a blessing they are to families who are unable to have any other way. Many children have benefitted from the donated clothes.
Sandra Kearn, Director - On Wings Like A Dove
On behalf of Alpha Acres, I would like to thank etc. for their donations. Countless men that come through the program have been clothed because of their generous donations. It helps the men that come here with very little to wear to feel better about themselves. Our ministry has been so greatly blessed.
Luke Money, Manager - Alpha Acres
I have been blessed to be involved in a children's outreach ministry called, "The Good Neighbor Center" for approximately five years. After a short time in this ministry, I realized I could not possibly meet all of the needs of these children, so I contacted the owner of etc. Consignment, Debbie Shough to ask for her assistance. She has willingly and generously been giving clothing and many other items to this ministry weekly for several years. Debbie and her husband have also visited out ministry and the children fell in love with them.
Dee S. Wood
greeNest accepts donations of gently used home furnishings from the community in order to assist those who are moving from crisis into sustainable housing. Since opening our doors in April of 2015, we have helped furnish the homes of over 260 families. We depend on donations from individuals and corporations and truly appreciate our ongoing relationship with etc. Consignment.
ekissa translates to "mercy" in Luganda, the native language in Uganda. ekissa is a not for profit organization that facilitates short term mission trips and was born out of a compelling and urgent need for community outreach.
ekissa has led various types of mission trips but more important than the things they do are the relationships they build. It is their prayer that as they seek to meet the physical needs of Bweya Village that its people would find true freedom in Christ.
In 2011, owner Debbie Shough adopted two siblings from Uganda. During that process, she developed a deep passion for the people of Uganda. 100% of proceeds from any Ugandan crafts or jewelry sold in the store goes directly back to Uganda.
To learn more about ekissa and what they do, visit: www.ekissa.com