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A crisis in our lives takes many forms and presents many challenges to us as we seek to make the necessary changes to survive and even thrive in the middle of chaos. If you would like FREE help figuring out what changes you should make in your life you may explore working with a certified Life Coach.
If you are struggling with any form of addiction, Recovery Coaches are available to help you set your goals and move toward the life you envision for yourself.
No matter what changes you make in your life, you can find help here:
To participate, please fill out the linked form at the bottom of this page once you have carefully read the information below. We will have a volunteer call once they have been paired with you!
We are a volunteer DELIVERY service, not a PURCHASING service, so we do not purchase groceries for clients, we do the shopping and check out with your payment method. We encourage our volunteers to work directly with the client to setup electronic payment and/or work through payment options.
Tips - We encourage tipping our volunteers. They are local residents who have lost their jobs as a result of the Covid-19 crisis
Liability Notice - Angel Shoppers of Shepherdstown is a grass roots effort of Shepherdstown residents such as yourself. We are not liable for any injury or damage of any kind including but not limited to damage to personal items as a result of volunteering for or receiving services from this program. Participating in this program means you accept full liability and responsibility for any problems, miscommunication, damages, or harm that arise.
Shepherdstown Shares is distributing kid’s books to three groups of needy children in the Shepherdstown area. All of the children who are eligible for free school meals will receive at least one book of their very own. If we have enough, we will try to be more generous. We’re also donating books to all the children whose parents are in addiction recovery through the Day Report Center. Finally, we are giving books suitable for all ages to Empowerment for their women’s shelter.
To give, just drop your books off on the porch of 104 W. High Street, and we will do the rest.
No matter the economy, kids keep growing and keeping them clothed can be expensive. From time to time we will set up a used clothing drop off at the chapel of the Trinity Episcopal Church. Just call 540 604-6703 to find out when it will be open each week. You can help us even more by labeling size so our sorting effort will be easier. No one will be allowed to handle once clothing is distributed in individual bags,
so sizing is critical.
COVID Cleaning Crew
We fielded a group of volunteers to help us keep Shepherdstown clean and sanitized. If you have time to give, we will provide masks, gloves, cleaning cloths, and spray bottles of a carefully measured bleach solution (recommended by the NIH). We’ll handle the supplies, instructions, and schedules. You provide the very light elbow grease.