Victims of domestic violence often escape with nothing but the clothes they are wearing. Our on-site resource center offers essential items that survivors may need as they rebuild their lives. We are not open to the public in order to provide survivors with a private shopping experience at no cost.
Monday – Wednesday 9 am – 2 pm
Thursday & Friday 12 pm – 4 pm
We have hours in which we are closed for donations to allow for safe and confidential use of the space by the survivors we serve.
Closed for donations Saturdays, Sundays & Federal Holidays
Embrace the spirit of kindness and peace by using wishlists online to purchase items for Sojourner Center and extend a helping hand to women seeking refuge and support. Your thoughtful contributions directly uplift and empower these brave individuals, creating a safe and nurturing space for them to heal and rebuild their lives
Wondering what items we accept or where to drop them off? We’ve got all the answers to help you be a force of change and create a safer, happier world for those seeking refuge.
If you would willingly give your donation to a family member or loved one, it passes our “love test.” If something is outdated or in need of repair we will not be able to accept the donation.
Our team takes great care to fill our racks with clothing that is up-to-date and appealing for all ages. We do not expect all items to be on hangers, but we ask that all items be clean with no stains.
We do not have pick-up service available for most donations and ask you to drop-off the donations at our Resource Center. Large-item and large-scale donations are considered for pick-up on a case-by-case basis.
Yes. We are currently in need of bed frames in twin, full, and queen sizes. We are also in need of small-medium sized couches in new or like-new condition. Other items will be taken on a case-by-case basis due to our limited storage space. If you can, please send pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org and we can consider your donation then arrange for a pick-up or drop-off appointment.
We are only able to accept items that can be used for participants in our programs. Items that are damaged or unusable are discarded.
Donations are dropped off to our staff at our Resource Center located at 2330 E Fillmore Street, Phoenix, AZ 85006 (between Van Buren & Roosevelt). The sign out front says Fillmore Commons, please go to the east building marked Resource Center.
Please pull into one of the designated Donation Center parking spaces. Ring the doorbell at the door and staff will come out to assist in unloading items. We will also provide an In-kind Donation receipt for your records.