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Children and families in our community need you. All donations help strengthen families and protect children in our community. Each donation is tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law and every dollar makes a difference. The Family Places’ tax identification number is 87-0398053.






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Somebody’s Attic – Logan
Mon. – Sat. 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
39 West 100 North
Logan, UT 84321
435.752.8502

Somebody’s Attic – Smithfield
Mon. – Sat. 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
3 South Main Street
Smithfield, UT 84335
435.563.5802

wish list and supply drives

Now more than ever our community is in need of ways to strengthen families and protect children. Although we are limiting volunteers and donations for the safety of our clients and employees, you can still make a difference in our community by supporting The Family Place!
 
  1. Consider making a monetary donation to help strengthen families and protect children in our community.
  2. Order items off our Amazon wish list to be delivered directly to The Family Place, donate online, or donate over the phone.
  3. Gather items for upcoming events and store them until we can accept donations. Contact the volunteer coordinator at [email protected].org for a list of these items.
  4. Hold onto items you may want to donate until Somebody’s Attic reopens. Somebody’s Attic donates a portion of their proceeds back to The Family Place.
  5. Follow us on social media and share the encouraging tips and resources we are providing.
Any of these acts makes a difference in our community by strengthening families and protecting children. If you have any questions about how you can serve The Family Place contact our volunteer coordinator at 435.752.8880 or [email protected]
 
Somebody's Attic, Logan Utah Thrift Store

Somebody’s Attic is not just an average thrift store—it’s “a second hand store with a first rate cause!” Founded in 1985 as a non-profit organization, Somebody’s Attic was designed to generate funds to help local organizations fund abuse-prevention programs. It is a grass roots organization conceived and started by dedicated community leaders who saw a need and did something about it

As a result of the work of the volunteers and organizers involved, Somebody’s Attic gives an average of $106,000/year to local abuse-prevention programs, namely CAPSA (Citizens Against Physical and Sexual Abuse) and The Family Place (formerly the Child and Family Support Center). All donated items that have not been sold or cannot be stored are picked up by the Deseret Industries.

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