Easing the hardships of those in need in East Pierce County

Compassion. Giving. Hope.

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Donations Hours & Updates

DONATION HOURS:

Monday:  10am – 5pm
Tuesday: CLOSED to donations, Client Shopping ONLY
Wednesday:  10am – 5pm
Thursday: CLOSED to donations, Client Shopping ONLY
Friday:  10am – 5pm
Saturday: 10am – 2:45pm
Sunday: CLOSED

Due to our limited space, donations are limited to 6 bags or boxes per day. We are also asking that for the safety of our staff and volunteers, these bags and boxes weigh NO MORE than 25lbs. We appreciate your generosity and understanding.

St. Francis House is a center of compassionate presence and service, offering hope through its programs, improving the lives of those in need.

Our Call To Service

We, as concerned citizens, choose to serve those in need in the spirit of St. Francis of Assisi by reaching out to the poor, the oppressed, and the immigrant. All services are provided free of charge.

Our Mission

St. Francis House offers hope for the future by providing basic necessities not provided by others. We exist to improve the lives of those in need.

Our Facility

Our campus today is a long way from our humble beginnings. We are so grateful to be able to serve our community. So join us for a quick tour and see what makes St. Francis House so special!

Donations Hours and Updates

Due to our limited space, donations are limited to 6 bags or boxes per day. We are also asking that for the safety of our staff and volunteers, these bags and boxes weigh NO MORE than 25lbs. We appreciate your generosity and understanding.

DONATION HOURS:
Monday:  10am – 5pm
Tuesday: CLOSED to donations, Client Shopping ONLY
Wednesday:  10am – 5pm
Thursday: CLOSED to donations, Client Shopping ONLY
Friday:  10am – 5pm
Saturday: 10am – 2:45pm
Sunday: CLOSED

Volunteer Opportunities

We are grateful for the opportunity to rub shoulders with people of strength and tremendous courage.

— Volunteer, George L.

Giving Opportunities

I want to make a difference in people’s lives, and I think one of the best investments you can make is in people.

— Donor, Zach H.

Shop the Nook

The Nook is a charity boutique operated by St. Francis House. The Nook sells “twice-loved” treasures at low prices in person at our Main Street location or in our online store.

Serving the Needs of the Community Since 1974

St. Francis House has been serving the needs of our community, all free of charge!

We exist to improve the lives of those in need. We do this by offering the following services and programs:

 

Community Partners

Korum For Kids Foundation
Rusty Bradeen Trucking
Home Street Bank
Waste Connections logo
Timberland Bank Logo
Titus Will Toyota
State Farm
Home Street Bank
South Hill Mall Logo
Columbia Bank Logo
Western Wood Preserving Company

A Client’s Words

“What an amazing blessing St. Francis House has been to me and my children! We thank you so much. Without your assistance with my move in cost, clothing, and things for our household, our transition out of homelessness into our own apartment wouldn’t have been possible.”
Thank you and God Bless you all! – The Hill Family

Thanks so much for helping the Raydeen Family with their rent. They have been excellent renters for many years. May God continue to bless your organization.
– Sam R. (Landlord)

“Now is the time that we must “graduate” from St. Francis House. Today will be our last visit. We want to extend our gratitude. With your support, we have been able to stretch our resources. We have warm clothes, warm bedding, and some little things that make our home feel…more like a home. Please keep our family in your prayers and we attempt to stand independently and begin to give back. You have meant so much to us”
 – The Davis Family

Stories of Hope

Tyler and Sam

Tyler and Sam, four and 2 years old respectively, were very busy while their parents talked with a St. House volunteer. The two small boys sat in the middle of the toy corner with a loaf of bread between them. Not a word was spoken between them as they set about the...

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It makes me feel respected

Terri is a single mom who escaped an abusive marriage and moved to Washington and started the long road of getting back on solid ground. A friend where Terri worked told her about St. Francis House. She was able to find work clothes, clothing for the kids along with...

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