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SHOP AT ANGELAID
•When you shop at AngelAID you are supporting children since 1984 who are terminally or critically-ill, homeless, abused, awaiting a transplant and those in a life-threatening situation.•SHOP AT OUR THRIFT & ESTATE STORES – 100% OF THE PROFITS BENEFIT THE CHILDREN AT AngelAID.More information below.•BRING your friends to our Thrift and Estate Sales.
•We desperately, constantly need items to sell in our AngelAID Thrift Super Center & Estate Sales. These stores generate approximately 90% of our operating expenses.•
God’s hands on Earth Making a difference -- One Angel-at-a-time
ADDRESSThrift: 8595 Beach Blvd.Across from WalmartJacksonville, FL 32216Estate: 4195 Beach Blvd.Rear Unit - Next to Bono’sJacksonville, FL 32207
•AngelAID is a 100% donation/volunteer-based organization; we have no paid employees. Through private contributions AngelAID is able to provide various types of relief to hundreds of families in the Jacksonville area.•Many families in this situation have no where to turn for support and understanding when they are forced to face the reality that their child has a devastating disease.•Often these families feel alone and abandoned while they struggle to discover any situation that will help their family meet just basic daily needs. AngelAID strives to help these children have the best possible “todays” while preparing their child to “go and meet God” (as Tashia would say).•AngelAID understands the needs of these families and is able to provide direction and guidance toward solutions of problems for which the families are often unaware are needed or available.• AngelAID is driven by the needs of our families through our case files. •CLICK on How AngelAID Started to read about the Angel who inspired this vision. Tashia died of AIDS from sexual abuse one week after her 11th birthday.
HIGHLIGHTS FROM PAST
•Christmas for 2,000 children: over 55,000 presents; a week’s food for each family.•Feeding The Multitude: Sit-down Thanksgiving dinner and festival for over 1,500 people: Transportation and 1,500 meals; a week’s food for each family; two large bags of presents for each child; an outside festival with horse- back riding, face painting, clowns, hot dogs, hamburgs, moon walk, basketball, games, and Jaguar players.•Moved 28 families out of the homeless shelters into their own apartments; establishing these families with full housekeeping of furniture, linens, cooking supplies, everything they need to live a little easier one day at a time.•Easter: Easter baskets, Bibles and a week’s food for 2,000 children.•Monthly parties: Birthdays; Suns baseball game; Disney on Ice; bowling; weekly skating parties; 50/60’s Sock Hop; Skate-a-thon; Awards Banquet; Shop with the Jaguars; Fall festival•Food Bank and Clothing Closet Our AngelATTIC Thrift Store brings in dollars to help pay for the rent, electric, insurance and telephone costs. Not only do we sell items donated, but this store serves as our clothing closet for our clients. We feel our children deserve the dignity of being able to shop with their heads held high. The thousands and thousands of pounds of food (perishable and non-perishable) distributed from our food bank (including hygiene products) was 100% donated.•Ancillary services: Tutoring; counseling; advocacy; on-site volunteer opportunities for youngsters; craft making (therapy and fund-raising)
•Services are provided after referral by physicians, schools, hospitals, churches, juvenile justice, police, and other case management agencies.•No money is ever given out.•The actual product or need is taken care of by the foundation volunteers to assure that actual needs are met.•Assists in housing, utilities, medical care, transportation, food, clothing along with the spiritual needs of our AngelKIDS.
ANGELAID CHARITY ESTATE OUTLET
3 DAYS ONLY - ABOUT EVERY 4-6 WEEKSThis Estate Sale is filled with Beautiful Décor and Unique & Wonderful Antiques and Retro and current dated furniture. You will NOT believe everything that is in this sale. Now held at our AngelAID Conference Center. This 8,000 sf showroom filled with quality furniture, artwork and decor items. We have added hundreds of new jewelry pieces. This sale will only be available for 3 days. All of our furniture is in very good condition and has been cleaned and polished. The artwork and decor items are beautiful. There are very unique pieces and all items are priced to sell. Last sale was 8 weeks ago and sold out 95%-all items new to this sale. Please come and help our Charity.
OPEN DAILY - 10:00 - 7:00 PM - Sun: 10:00 - 6:00 AngelAID Thrift Super Centers feature gently used and new items that are bargains for smart shoppers. We can meet your basic needs: jeans, business attire, infant and children’s clothing, housewares and appliances, furniture, collectibles and much more at a great value. Shopping in our stores is like a treasure hunt: including upscale boutique and specialty items; name brand designer fashions; jewelry; wedding gowns; antiques and other amazing finds. We add hundreds of new items every day into our inventory. If you don’t find what you are looking for today, your best bet is to check back the next day. Also, if you see something you want - you best grab it: more than likely it will not be there tomorrow ;)
About AngelAIDAngelAID is a grass-roots, 501(c)3 non-profit community based organization founded and run by Carl and Arlene Shipley in memory of Tashia (Butler) Shipley who died of AIDS from sexual abuse. On a daily basis we are helping, and have helped over 2,000 children in our tri-county Jacksonville, Florida USA area (and their families) who have life-threatening diseases or situations. We are serving children with over 100 different diagnosis.
HOW ANGELAID STARTEDANGELS BELIEVE IN SANTAWhen we welcomed Tashia into our home and hearts, we knew our time with Tashia was limited due to the AIDS she had contracted from nine years of sexual abuse, and each day our hopes and hearts rose that she would live to see a glorious Christmas Holiday in our home. Then afrter onnly 6 safe months with us the Intensive Care doctor said her dibilitated little body did not have the strength to make the six days to Christmas …
“Everychild isour child and on a dailybasis we try to make our lives a prayer”- Carl and Arlene Shipley
who so generously support AngelAID with Warehousing, Storage, Legal Services, Corporate Real Estate Services and Weekly donations of quality items left over from Estate Sales.
WHO IS ABI?ABI is our Great Dane service dog for Doc and for the children at AngelAID. They adore her and she is a loving part of the AngelAID family. Everyone looks forward to the weekly newsletter with the ongoing escapades from ABI SAYS. Sign up for the newsletter and click below to go to Abi’s complete photo gallery. ABI’S GALLERY