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ABOUT US

The ACTS Thrift Store (All Out Care, Inc.) is a Christian based, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) making a difference in the lives of those in need in Pasadena and the Foothill Communities.
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MISSION, VISION AND VALUES

MISSION

The ACTS Thrift Store experience is dedicated to spreading deep positive local impact every day and giving back 100% of net proceeds right here in Pasadena.

VISION

The ACTS Thrift Store is elevating the thrift store concept into a deeply positive, faith-based experience dedicated to returning exponential local impact to help the community.

VALUES

Passion to Help and Serve

Commitment to efficient operations

Positive impact for our our staff, shopper and donors

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HISTORY

  • 2004

    Lake Avenue Community Foundation Board member, Bruce Buinsma suggests to open an independent thrift store that uses its profits to support at-risk children and their families.

  • 2008

    This idea percolated for a couple of years and surfaced again in 2008 with a similar suggestion from Peter and Carol Schaller. A study committee reports back that a thrift store with profits going back to the community would be viable. All Out Caring, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit, forms. All Out Caring later changes its name to ACTS Thrift Store. ACTS assembles its Board of Directors. Tony Reyes is hired as Store Manager and Peter Schaller appointed controller. Michael Odell, Volunteer and Marketing coordinator came on board shortly thereafter.

  • July 2010

    The store at 1382 Locust Street opens. Door of Hope, a local non-profit assisting at-risk families in transition, approaches ACTS. They needed help storing and processing donated goods efficiently. ACTS begins its Partners program. Now, over a dozen local non-profits direct their donors to bring tax-deductible items to ACTS. ACTS provides a credit to the local non-profit, which enables the non-profit to purchase goods from ACTS as it needs them.

  • Today

    ACTS actively supports the work of the Lake Avenue Community Foundation. -The local focus of ACTS, making a difference in the lives of children and their families in Pasadena and the San Gabriel valley continues to expand. Be a part of it. Donate, volunteer, shop. Be a part of making a difference!

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ACTS THRIFT STORE FINANCIALLY SUPPORTS LAKE AVENUE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

Our programs are focused on making unique and positive contributions in our community while enhancing the lives of the students in our neighborhood through positive adult relationships and asset building. By establishing mentoring relationships with positive role models and linking students with academic tutors, we are able to bring about marked changes in the student’s identity, and in turn, affect their value system bringing about a positive change in their behavior and lifestyle.

By nurturing, empowering and training indigenous leadership, we are creating a sustainable community and developing the future voice of our community.

We have chosen to go deep with fewer students in order to see lasting and life-long change in their lives.

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  • Nancy Stiles
    Nancy StilesExecutive Director

    A Pasadena native, Nancy became Executive Director of Lake Avenue Community Foundation in 2013, and has been associated with LACF since 2005 as a volunteer. In 2009 she became a Mentor Coach and in 2011 became Manager of the Mentor program. Nancy also recently completed a 5- month Nonprofit Leadership Development Program through Center for Nonprofit Management. She resides in Altadena with her family– husband, Adam, and their three children, Lauren, Luke, and Claire.

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    Contact Information

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    Nancy Stiles talks about the Lake Avenue Community Foundation.

    Eliza Pierre talks about her experience with the LACF mentoring program.

    Diana Bravo talks about her experience with the LACF mentoring program.

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    PARTNERS

    ACTS truly partners with key local non-profit organizations. Each Partner plays a special role in supporting and encouraging those in our community who need a helping hand. ACTS focus is to be a transformative engine providing services that assist each partner in ways that free them to make a difference.

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    WHY PARTNER WITH ACTS?

    PARTNERING BENEFITS

    How does this transformative engine operate?

    In two ways:
    1. We provide direct funding to Stars for Tomorrow (The key descriptor of The Lake Avenue Community Foundation).

    2. We provide transformative services for our Key Partners. Transformative in the sense that those active supporters of each Key Partner donate to ACTS. The Key Partner receives a credit for those donations. When the Key Partner has specific needs, those credits are used to acquire exactly what is needed. For example, when a Door of Hope family is ready to transition to their own housing, the specific household goods needed are acquired from ACTS using the credits.

    ACTS, Stars for Tomorrow, and all Key Partners are pleased to discover the power and blessing that result from truly working together. This is a great example of The Church in action.

    CURRENT PARTNERS

    Door of Hope
    Door of Hope is a non-profit, faith based organization whose mission is to equip homeless families to rebuild their lives.
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    Elizabeth House
    Located in the heart of Pasadena, the Elizabeth House provides shelter, hope and support to homeless pregnant women and their children.
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    Families in Transition
    Families in Transition (FIT) serves as the District homeless/transitional program.
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    Family Promise
    Family Promise of San Gabriel Valley is an inter-faith, nonprofit organization that provides temporary housing and other assistance to homeless families in the region.
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    Foothill Unity Center
    Foothill Unity Center provides food, shelter, transportation, referrals, and a variety of health services to individuals and families in our community living at or below 150% of the national poverty line.
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    Friends In Deed
    Friends In Deed, an interfaith collaborative, is dedicated to meeting the many needs of the most vulnerable residents of greater Pasadena—homeless and at-risk individuals including women and children.
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    Fuller Theological Seminary
    Fuller Theological Seminary is an evangelical, multidenominational, international, and multiethnic community dedicated to the equipping of men and women for the manifold ministries of Christ and his Church.
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    Harambee Ministries
    We seek to nurture and equip leadership that will minister to the community by sharing Biblical truths, in order to achieve the re-building of urban neighborhoods through relocation, reconciliation and redistribution.
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    Hillsides
    Hillsides is a premier provider dedicated to improving the overall well-being and functioning of vulnerable children, youth, and their families.
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    Journey House
    Journey House assists emancipated foster youth over eighteen years of age with a variety of essential services
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    Life Cure Foundation
    Life Cure Foundation is a movement of life coaches who are dedicated to the belief system of servicing others and embracing the true meaning of community.
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    Madison Healthy Start
    Healthy Start Programs provide students and families with case management services and a multitude of other resources.
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    Providence Mission Homes
    Providing temporary furlough housing to hundreds of missionary families since 1972.
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    Shepherd's Door
    To break the cycle of domestic violence through relationship education, financial empowerment and youth violence prevention education.
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    Union Station Homeless Services
    Union Station is the San Gabriel Valley's largest and most comprehensive social service agency assisting homeless and very low-income people.
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    Walter Hoving Home
    The Walter Hoving Home is a 24-hour residential spiritually-based rehabilitation center.
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    Women at Work
    Women At Work is a nonprofit career and job resource center with a mission to help a broad range of clients reach their full employment and earnings potential in a supportive environment.
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    Young & Healthy
    Young & Healthy's mission is to provide access to high-quality health care and improve the quality of life for uninsured and underinsured children in the greater Pasadena area.
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    LEADERSHIP

    BOARD OF DIRECTORS

    • Violet Dimascio
      Violet DimascioChairman of the Board

      Ms. DiMascio is a Senior Vice President, Credit Products Manager in Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s Commercial Real Estate Bank for the Greater Los Angeles Market, which encompasses all of Los Angeles County.  Violet joined the Bank in 1979, with a 37-year banking career that included lender roles within the Commercial Bank and the Commercial Real Estate Bank.  In her current role, Violet is responsible for managing a team of Portfolio Management Officers that underwrite and structure credit transactions primarily to existing commercial real estate clients, including management of a $5 billion loan portfolio and Sponsor financial analyses.

      • Tony Reyes
        Tony ReyesOfficer and Director

        Tony has been involved in thrift store management/ownership for over 20 years. Tony along with his wife Joyce at one time owned six thrift store locations throughout Southern California. Approached by the ACTS Thrift Store committee in late 2009 he jumped at the opportunity to get involved in such an impactful organization. Tony’s expertise in store layout, processing/production and pricing helped the ACTS Thrift Store hit the ground running when it opened its doors in July of 2010.

      • Adam Stiles
        Adam StilesOfficer and Director

        Mr. Stiles is a tech entrepreneur and co-founder of Tap Theory, Inc. He served most recently as the chair of the Ministry Council at Lake Avenue Church in Pasadena.

      • William F. Fairbanks
        William F. FairbanksOfficer and Director

        Bill worked at Marsh and McLennan Companies, a global professional services firm for over 36 years. He was most recently a Managing Director and Client Executive in Marsh’s LA office evaluating property and liability risks.

        Bill retired from Marsh December 31, 2014 so that he could pursue his primary passion as a volunteer for community and Christian organizations.

        Bill and his wife Lisa live in Arcadia and have 3 children.

      • Dr. Michelle Purghart
        Dr. Michelle PurghartOfficer and Director

        Dr. Michelle Purghart is in her 4th year as Principal of Maranatha High School, a private Christian higher learning institution, in Pasadena. Dr. Purghart’s love for the Lord Jesus Christ brought her to Maranatha, and the mission to strive for excellence in a God-honoring, college preparatory context is what she believes sets Maranatha apart from other schools in the area. Dr. Purghart has spent 22 years in education, with fifteen years being in senior administration.

        Dr. Purghart pursued a teaching credential in English and Kinesiology at McGill University in Montreal, and completed her Master’s of Education in Curriculum and Instruction at USD (University of San Diego). She received her second teaching credential in California for English and Physical Education. After years of teaching and administration, Dr. Purghart completed a doctorate at UCI/UCLA in Educational Leadership.

      • Gary Mittelberg
        Gary MittelbergOfficer and Director

        Mr. Mittelberg is a Program Director for Behavioral Health Services at Glendale Memorial Hospital. He also is an adjunct instructor at Glendale Community College and California State University – Northridge.

      • Patrick D Miller
        Patrick D MillerOfficer and Director

        Mr. Miller has been in the financial services business with New York Life nearly 35 years ranked in the top 2% of all US producers. Mr. Miller is also a member of the industries Prestigious Million Dollar Roundtable, Court of the Table. Pat has served his local church and community in many capacities. Pat is the immediate past Chairman of the Duarte Chamber of Commerce and directs the Prison Ministry at Lake Ave Church working primarily at Eastlake Juvenile Hall.

      MANAGEMENT

      • Tony Reyes
        Tony ReyesStore Manager

        Tony has been involved in thrift store management/ownership for over 20 years. Tony along with his wife Joyce at one time owned six thrift store locations throughout Southern California. Approached by the ACTS Thrift Store committee in late 2009 he jumped at the opportunity to get involved in such an impactful organization. Tony’s expertise in store layout, processing/production and pricing helped the ACTS Thrift Store hit the ground running when it opened its doors in July of 2010.

      • Peter Schaller
        Peter SchallerController

        Mr. Schaller is a retired business man with a great deal of expertise in non profit organization and funding. He is knowledgeable and experienced in the structure and workings of the thrift stores and other enterprises by which the organization plans to raise funds.

      • Gale Woods
        Gale WoodsAssistant Store Manager

        Gale, along with Tony Reyes, manages the thrift store and is instrumental in the success of ACTS. Gale has been involved in retail for many years, working at Ross for 12 years prior to coming to ACTS where she has worked for nearly 5 years. She is a life long resident of Pasadena and graduated from Pasadena High School.

        Gale is passionate about her job and the people who frequent our store. The next time your at ACTS look for Gale, she will be the one with the warm smile!

      • Shalimar Bounds
        Shalimar BoundsVolunteer Coordinator and Administrative Assistant

        Shalimar has been working at ACTS Thrift Store almost since the day that it opened, nearly 5 years ago. Along with her duties as the Volunteer Coordinator, Shalimar is involved in all facets of our store including administering the office operations and working on the retail sales floor.

        Shalimar came to ACTS as a volunteer but soon thereafter became a valuable employee because of her Love for Jesus, being part a Christian based organization and helping “change lives” in her hometown. Next time you call ACTS and hear a friendly voice on the other line, it is probably Shalimar!

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      FREQUENTY ASKED QUESTIONS

      What is the ACTS Thrift Store?

      The ACTS Thrift Store is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization making a difference in the lives of those in need in Pasadena and the Foothill Communities. ACTS supports programs for at-risk youth and their families, administered by Lake Avenue Community Foundation and other notable charities such as Door of Hope, Foothill Unity Center and Elizabeth House among others.

      What is the goal of ACTS Thrift Store? Who does it benefit?

      ACTS Thrift Store collects and provides a range of merchandise to generate funds that will support programs focused on at-risk youth, disadvantaged families and the homeless in Pasadena and the Foothill Communities. Another focus of ACTS is to engage and partner with other local non-profits and charities, helping each other with its mission of making a difference in the lives of those living in our communities. ACTS had done this by creating a donations program whereby our partners bring us donations on behalf of their supporters and ACTS provides them credits that their constituents can use when needed.

      How can you help?

      Donate, Shop and Volunteer.

      Donations are the life and blood of our business and we need them on a continuous basis to provide quality goods to our shoppers. Shoppers are important, too! We thank all of the shoppers that support ACTS. Our net earnings help make a difference and create positive change in the kids in our community. Volunteers are badly needed. Volunteers help ACTS continue to grow and prosper. The more volunteers we have, the more net earning we will have as we can lower our overhead and impact more lives.

      How is it organized?

      All Out Care, Inc. is a faith-based, non-profit 501c(3) corporation formed to open and operate a thrift store.

      Who is operating the store?

      ACTS Thrift Store has an implementation team headed by the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors assumes the legal, fiduciary and financial responsibility for policy, business strategies and overall direction. The ACTS Thrift Store is a separate corporation from Lake Avenue Community Foundation, with its own 501c(3) non-profit status as well as by-laws describing the rules and regulations that will govern the organization and operations according to California state law.

      What role does Lake Avenue Community Foundation have in the operation of the Thrift Store?

      The board of Lake Avenue Community Foundation originally inspired the idea of the store, but As a separate entity, it has no legal or decision making role in the operation of the thrift store. ACTS is committed to supporting financially the growing and exciting work of Lake Avenue Community Foundation. See information about Lake Avenue Community Foundation at their website: www.lakeavefoundation.org

      Is ACTS Thrift Store part of the Lake Avenue Church?

      We are thankful for the help and support by the Lake Avenue Church community.

      Who is donating goods to ACTS Thrift?

      ACTS Thrift Store receives donations from residents in Pasadena and neighboring Foothill Communities. ACTS also solicits donations from multiple civic and religious groups.

      Will you receive donations of any type of goods?

      No. Here is a list of items ACTS does not accept.  All other items are gratefully accepted. Items we cannot resell to the public are sold elsewhere to generate income to fulfill our mission.

      Will Not Accept:

      • Hazardous products/waste-paint, oil, etc
      • Recyclables-paper,glass, plastic
      • Guns, knives, bows and arrows, ammunition etc.
      • Gas powered tools and Garden equipment
      • Garage door openers
      • Construction materials
      • Large appliances (please call)
      • Plumbing fixtures & water heaters
      • Automotive Parts & equipment
      • Water Filtration systems
      • Hospital Beds & waterbeds
      • Bed pans and porta potties
      • Infant cribs, playpens, car seats, walkers, strollers, high chairs and wheeled toys
      • Mattresses, box springs and bed pillows
      • Sofa Beds and futons
      • Carpeting & Carpet padding
      • Food, drinks and other consumables
      • Unusable furniture
      What are the store hours?

      ACTS Thrift Store hours of retail operation will be 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

      Why is the store closed on Sunday?

      The Board of Directors believes that volunteers and staff need one day of rest and refreshment per week.

      Who is the Store Manager and what is his experience?

      Tony Reyes is the ACTS Thrift Store manager. Tony has been involved in thrift store management/ownership for over 20 years. Tony along with his wife Joyce previously owned and operated six (6) thrift stores in Southern California. He can be reached at TonyReyes@ACTSThrift.org.

      How is the store staffed?

      The thrift store is staffed by approximately 40 percent community volunteers and 60 percent paid employees.

      Where do the volunteers come from?

      Volunteers must register at the ACTS Thrift Store. The volunteer coordinator team will interview potential volunteers, who will be matched with their interests and time availability to tasks needed in ACTS Thrift Store mission.

      Who is hired to work at ACTS Thrift Store?

      Prospective employees will submit personal and work history on the ACTS Thrift website under “Employment.” All employees will be hired based on work history and availability. The store manager will have the final say in hiring.

      What types of merchandise do you carry?

      ACTS Thrift Store carries clothes, shoes, accessories, belts, household items, small appliances and furniture.

      How did ACTS Thrift Store get started?

      ACTS Thrift Store was envisioned and initially researched in 2003 and 2004. In July 2008 Lake Avenue Community Foundation formed a committee to develop a separate non-profit (application pending) thrift store business plan. This committee, chaired by Peter Schaller, included a team of seven people representing a wide range of expertise, beginning in August of that year, to produce a document identifying the purpose, benefits, financials, marketing and operations of an independent thrift store in Pasadena. The committee submitted the business plan to the Lake Avenue Community Foundation Board, which approved the proposal.

      Who funded the start-up of the store?

      Nine individuals who support the service vision of ACTS Thrift Store each provided funds to assist with the startup.

      Can we have someone from ACTS Thrift Store speak to our organization or class?

      ACTS Thrift has a Speakers Bureau and will gladly provide someone to speak on the history of the operation and on subjects that reflect the passion and mission of ACTS Thrift Store.

      Who are the Board of Directors?

      Click Here to see our Board of Directors

      Who are the support people of ACTS Thrift Store

      Supporters of ACTS Thrift Store include:

      CPA:

      Elizabeth Watts, MSA

      2781 Highview Ave

      Altadena, CA 91001

      Phone/Fax: (626) 398-0019

       

      Attorney:

      Robert Wm. Sloat

      Pasadena Financial Center, Suite 960

      35 N Lake Ave

      Pasadena, CA 91101

      Phone: (626) 296-3600

      Fax: (626) 296-3636

       

      How can I get additional information about the ACTS Thrift Store?

      Keep up to date on ACTS events through our website. ACTS Thrift Store also has a presence on Facebook and Twitter.

      What is the most helpful step I can take to support the work of ACTS

      Tell your friends and promote ACTS Thrift Store. Shop! Donate! and Volunteer!

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