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Programs & Services

Rivertown Treasures

Hastings Family Service COVID-19 Response

The HFS building is not open to the public and modifications have been made to ensure safe social distancing for our neighbors, volunteers, and staff.  Rivertown Treasures Thrift Store is closed until further notice.  Clothing and household vouchers have been suspended until further notice.  The Donation Center is unable to accept donations of household and clothing items at this time. 

Current information about Rivertown Treasures can be found on the HFS COVID-19 Response page

Your Hometown Thrift Store

​Rivertown Treasures is open to the public. 100% of the profits benefit the programs of Hastings Family Service. All merchandise is donated by the community.  

Clothing & Household Vouchers

Hastings Family Service offers emergency clothing and household vouchers to families and individuals in school district 200 through Rivertown Treasures.

Supporting Rivertown Treasures


Rivertown Treasures is happy to accept new and gently used clothing and household items that are clean and in reusable condition (no stains, tears, broken or missing parts/pieces, or items that are not working properly). 

For the safety of our volunteers, whenever possible, please pack donations in kitchen-sized garbage bags or boxes that can easily be lifted by one person. 

Rivertown Treasures is unable to accept the following items:

  • Large baby equipment (cribs, car seats, high chairs, etc.) 
  • Electronics (TVs, printers, radios, computers, etc.)
  • Medical equipment (diabetic testing supplies, etc.)
  • Large furniture items (couches, beds, tables, and chairs)
  • Encyclopedias, textbooks, and dictionaries

​Some items my be accepted on a case by case basis as space permits with final approval by store manager. 

Every year during the month of December, household and clothing donations are limited due to space needs for Project Share. 

Please visit the Donation Center page for additional information. 


​Rivertown Treasures operates with the help of many volunteers. Volunteers assist customers in the store, sort and price donations, and help families and individuals fulfill vouchers.