GENMER Thrift Store and Donation Center is a fundraising source and is powered by the American Public Health Consortium,Inc.,(APHC), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, also servicing Global Veterans Foundation and the Global Kids Foundation Charities.
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All monetary donations are processed through PayPal for a safe, easy, and secure method of donation. Please remember that all donations are tax deductible, and that your benevolence will not only be appreciated, but can help make a lasting difference on the life of a child.
Due to local, state, and federal budget cuts, there is a shortage in funds – making it more and more difficult for us to help the indigent and children in need of food, clothing, shelter, care and education. We appreciate any donation you are willing to make whether it is monetary or otherwise.
Shop our online store at www.ShopGenmer.com or visit us at 6265 Van Nuys Blvd, Van Nuys, CA 91401 We carry a wide variety of furniture, antiques, collectables, art, clothing, home goods, and a lot more.
GENMER Thrift Store and Donation Center is a fundraising source and is powered by the American Public Health Consortium, Inc., (APHC), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing critical support and access to resources for indigent, kids, and war veterans locally and abroad who are struggling with life support and have been affected by natural disasters around the world. Your generous donations will impress and help the people in need to get fed, sheltered, educated and entertained. The goal of the APHC is to continue to make a difference. With the help of donations from supporters such as you, we will continue to see improvements. Furthermore, APHC is partnering up with other nonprofit organizations worldwide to provide financial, medical and other assistance for children, so that they can experience parts of childhood that many of us take for granted. These kids are currently in family situations that limit their ability to access sports and recreation activities, summer camp, post-secondary education and even sometimes, having the nutrition they need to learn at school.