All Gulfside Hospice Thrift Shoppes are open Monday - Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Shop! When you shop at any of the Gulfside Hospice Thrift Shoppe locations, you are not only getting a good deal, but also supporting a great cause. The proceeds from each of these stores directly support our patient care costs and the operation of the Gulfside Centers for Hospice Care. Plus, thanks to a constant flow of new donations, merchandise for sale at the Shoppes is always changing. That means you never know what treasures you might find!
Donate! Every day during business hours, we accept donations of gently used clothing, household items, furniture, antiques, jewelry, collectibles, books, sporting goods and select medical equipment. Simply bring your donated items to the store nearest you. Free pickup service for furniture is available by appointment.
Volunteer! The Gulfside Hospice Thrift Shoppes are run almost entirely by volunteers. They are a vital part of their success, and new volunteers are always welcome. New volunteers receive an on-site orientation and training in the store of their choice. To become a Thrift Shoppe volunteer, stop by your nearest Thrift Shoppe or complete the online volunteer application here and email the completed form to ManagersThriftShoppes@ghppc.org. For more information, call 800-561-4883.
It is our mission of Gulfside Hospice to provide compassionate,quality care to individuals and their loved ones as they face life-limiting illnesses. We will help our patients to find relief from pain and suffering, so they may live each day with dignity, peace and comfort.
Our organization is a non profit agency that served the families of Pasco County for the past 25 years. Our core philosophy and the organization's fundamental reason for existence, or soul of the organization is to provide dignity, peace and comfort to all we serve.
Our guiding principles are Honesty and integrity, working together to meet common goals, stewards of all our resources,finding new and better ways to care for our communities and most importantly, our patients and families come first.
We service all our patients with or without ability to pay. We have programs that reach out to the underserved such as the Latino community. Our bereavement services are offered to all of Pasco County residents without cost to the individual or family. We provide children's services and organize "Rhythm of the Spirit" bereavement camps for children, teens and adults, yearly at no cost to the individual or families.
Our volunteers are an integral part of all we do. Hospice could not exist as a non-profit agency status without our volunteers.