Threads Consignment Events is proud to help local non-profit organizations by contributing unsold items consignors have marked for donation. These organizations help families in our communities and greatly appreciate your help.
The YWCA Richmond
The YWCA has provided a support system for women in the Richmond area since 1887. Originally founded to house women coming from rural areas to the city for factory work, the YWCA continues its mission of caring for those most in need and providing equal opportunities for women, children, and families of all ages, races, and income levels.
St. Joseph's Villa
Homelessness is a growing societal problem. Our Flagler Services for Homeless Families ends the cycle of homelessness by equipping women with the skills and education to restore self-esteem and allow self-sufficiency. While enrolled in the service, women send their children to the Villa's Lewis Children's Center for day and after-school education and care. If necessary, children in the program with severe behavioral issues may attend the Villa's Therapeutic Day Treatment service and/or have Intensive In-Home Counseling.
Autism Society of Central Virginia
Threads Consignment Events is thrilled to become a sponsor of this years' Autism Society of Central Virginia 5K located in Innsbrook.
Threads will donate a portion of our profits to the Faison School for Autism.
Welcome to The Faison School - Autism Center of Virginia (ACV), a nonprofit autism center dedicated to providing resources for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) and their families. The Faison School - ACV represents a unique private/public partnership between a nonprofit school and a major research center, Virginia Commonwealth University. Through our three-pronged approach of evidence based treatment, research, and community education, The Faison School - ACV serves as a learning center where the most effective autism therapies are used, taught, and shared. The center is located in Richmond, Virginia.
Did you know?
Autism is the fastest growing developmental disability in the nation, affecting one in 150 children.
Autism is now the third most common childhood disorder, more common than Down Syndrome and childhood diabetes combined. It occurs more frequently than childhood cancer, cystic fibrosis, and multiple sclerosis together.
The CDC and early childhood professionals agree the earlier children receive appropriate assessment and intervention, the more that can be done to help them reach their full potential.