Servant’s Heart has successful July Saturday Sidewalk Sale

Servant's Heart Assistant Store Manager Billie McIntosh. (Ed Berti)
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Servant’s Heart had another Saturday Sidewalk Sale to raise funds to help those neighbors in the community and surrounding area who are in need of assistance.  The non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization runs a monthly Sale on the first Saturday of every month from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm in their Community Boutique store location at 9229-North Lawyers Road in Mint Hill.

Servant’s Heart Store Front in Mint Hill. (Ed Berti)

The store continues to thrive in the community making a positive impact upon the Town’s residents and neighbors through assistance programs to make good things happen for the citizens in the local area and in the surrounding communities of Mint Hill.

In their first year Community Boutique sales was $128,000.  They provided 871 services to over 2,800 people providing $82,500 in tangible products.  The non-profit is expected to  improve upon their performance results in 2018.

Antique Rocking Horse for sale. (Ed Berti)

There is an upcoming First Annual School Supply Thrive Drive the non-profit is focused on with the new school year rapidly approaching.  In the Fall there will be a Turkey Tuesday Program and in December a Christmas Assistance Program.  Also, it would not be a surprise if there was another fundraiser added between now and the end of the year.

Volunteer Paige Guns with shopper. (Ed Berti)

The organization has over 60 volunteers who have been very supportive and are gracious in giving their time and energy to serve the community where they live.  If interested in volunteering at the Community Boutique Store please contact Manager, Tracy Doyle.  If you are interested in assistance and partnership programs please contact Kim Rhodarmer, Founder, Executive Director at 704-680-6533.  If you want to make a donation or find out more information about Servant’s Heart and the organizations mission please visit their website at  Their motto is to “Make good things happen for our community.”

Items in store for sale. (Ed Berti)
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