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MHOT Mama's House of Thrift

Thrift Store - Nationally recognized Charity - Non Profit 501(c)3 Org
Opening at 11:00 AM on Wednesday
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As of this morning we have only received funding for a total of 7 children for back to school supplies and we have thousands of followers on our page. Please help. Mama's House has over 400 hundred children in need on the program. Can your group, church, business or friends help the children this...

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Wishing everyone a Happy 4th of July. MHOT will be closed today for the holiday and open back to regular hours 11 am to 7 pm on Wednesday, July 7th. Stay tuned as we will be announcing in the next coming weeks Mama's House Back to School event for the local children in need that are recipients of...

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The ANNOUNCEMENT you have all been waiting for!!! MHOT (Mama's House) GRAND OPENING is scheduled for Saturday, MAY 15th at 11 am. Our NEW location...drumroll...129 W. Cornelius Harnett Blvd, Lillington, right off 401 South, next to Food Lion, just a short drive from Fuquay-Varina, Angier, Sanford...

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Mama's House is moving/relocating to new location. Please do not leave donations as we are relocating and in transition. Please stay tuned as we will announce the grand opening dates and address, we will be opening between April 15th and May 1st, date to be announced. Hope to see y'all at the gra...

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Mama's House Drive-thru Christmas Grand Distribution on December 19th. Nonstop 7.5 hours drive thru give-out. Three days of non-stop work unpacking, categorizing, receiving. Thank you to all the great supporters in our surrounding communities and volunteers that helped make this happen. We gave o...

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MAMA’S HOUSE OF THRIFT 2020 DRIVE-THRU CHRISTMAS DISTRIBUTION EVENT FREE for ALL in Need 1501 N. Main Street, Fuquay-Varina, NC This Saturday, December 19th, 2020
Distribution Event starts at 10 am to 3 pm If you are registered at Mama’s House from previous events, there is no need to re-registe...

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Urgent plea. Hello everyone. The toy drive is not doing well and the funding is not coming in. We have approximately 302 toys and there are over 700 children on the program. I am reaching out to the community to please help. If everyone that supports and follows Mama's House pitches in for just o...

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Ready, set go...It's Christmas time again!! Mama's House 2020 Christmas Toy Drive and Christmas Dinner Drive starts today up to Monday, Dec 21st. We will be distributing toys and food between Dec 19 thru Dec 21st . We are accepting brand new, unwrapped toys for all ages and we are also doing a f...

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A big Thank you to all of our supporters that helped make possible the Thanksgiving meals distribution a success at Mama's House. Thank you to everyone that donated to the Thanksgiving food drive. Your monetary donations, food donations and shopping you did at Mama's House made it possible.Than...

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Testimonials

a month ago
Wonderful thrift store and amazing staff!!! Clean, easy assess to all items, great prices! D. Fowler; TC, NC
- Davene C
a month ago
BEST THRIFT STORE I HAVE EVER BEEN IN OMG ! MUST CHECK IT OUT IF YOU'RE IN THE AREA . And what’s amazing is that it’s for a good cause. Everything is very well organized , I mean it even has a makeup section , and the prices are amazing . HIGHLY RECOMMEND 😉
- Marla M
a month ago
Very nice thrift store. They have lots of items that are reasonably priced. Shopping is easy and the staff were friendly.
- LaVonda F

About Us

The ANNOUNCEMENT you have all been waiting for!!! MHOT (Mama's House) GRAND OPENING is scheduled for Saturday, MAY 15th at 11 am. Our NEW location...drumroll...129 W. Cornelius Harnett Blvd, Lillington, right off 401 South, next to Food Lion, just a short drive from Fuquay-Varina, Angier, Sanford, Dunn, Holly Springs, Coats, Fayetteville and many other surrounding areas. Come on over for our grand opening and show your support by shopping at this huge thrift store location that will help all families in need in the surrounding Wake, Harnett and Johnston counties. The prices are amazing, the inventory is fully stocked, there are over 250,000 items or more in this store, full sections of furniture, women, men and children's clothing, a huge book and media section including records, tapes, dvds and more, toy section, full cosmetic and beauty section, jewelry section, shoe section, there's just sooo.... much you have to come see this yourself!! Store shopping hours are: Wednesday thru Saturday from 11 am to 7 pm and Sundays from Noon to 5. We will have various free raffles throughout our grand opening day, live music and free sampling in the cosmetic dept., where every makeup you buy, one is given to a women in need in our local community. Stay tuned because we will release snap shots of the store inside a few days before opening to give you a sneak peak of all the goodies for sale. You are all going to love it. It's taken a few months to put this together via all of our volunteers, but the work has been well worth it. It is absolutely gorgeous and its a totally new concept in Thrift shopping while supporting your community. We will commence taking donations on June 2nd (date to be confirmed) there will be further announcements on the donation area opening etc. Thank you so much community and I personally look forward to seeing and greeting you all at the new MHOT. We are planning on doing even greater things in 2021 for our communities and all thanks to your continued support. If you want to volunteer, this is the time to reach out to us at mamashousefuquay@gmail.com for further information. Love y'all, Janette






Helping Local Families In Need
Our mission statement: Mama's House is here to help local families that are in need of food and clothing, through proceeds from charitable donations and contributions. 

How did this get started:  I will share with you a bit of my life.  This is very personal and close to my heart. My name is Janette Rod. As a child I suffered with hunger on a daily basis,  to a point that I was eating from the garbage or "dumpster diving" as they call it, starting from the age of 6. Born and raised here in the US. I only state this because us Americans do have a problem with hunger and poverty right here in our homeland and many do not seem to know this.  I was raised very poor by a single mother and grandmother, who struggled greatly to make ends meet. As for my toys, I only had a few and they were mostly from the garbage or thrown out items. If I was lucky I would get  a damaged or used one for Christmas which wouldn't last long. When I went skating,  I was the only kid skating with only one skate on which had come from the garbage. My clothes were all of different sizes and from different eras as well as my shoes which ranged from a size 5 to 9.5, which I stuffed them with paper to make them fit. When snow days came, I wrapped my feet in newspaper to keep them warm because I had no socks and my boots had holes on the bottom. I slept on the floor many nights and piled clothes on myself because I had no blankets and no heater. Needless to say life was hard. But these were lessons learned and now I would like to give back to our community to help those that are going through tough times as I personally endured. Thanks to the food banks in the past and the missions that gave out those clothes, I had food to eat and clothes to wear while I was growing up. On those evenings, when there was only one can of corn for dinner, I was thankful. Thankful not to have to eat from the garbage for that day.  I understand and know what it is like to go to sleep hungry and cold. I know what it is like to be picked on at school for not having matching or having torn clothes or big shoes that don't fit right. I know how terrible it feels when Thanksgiving comes around and everyone is eating turkey with bountiful dinners and you and your family have nothing to eat. I know what it is like in Christmas to not receive any toys or presents. It hurts and scars deeply as a child. It lives within you as an adult forever. This is the reason I want to help make a difference. This is the reason I have a vision for helping others that have young children that are struggling the same. I am asking you to help Mama's House grow, so we can help, feed and clothes as many families as we can. This is a charity that you will see in action first hand. You will see the families picking up the food directly from Mama's House. You will see the families receiving free clothes. You will see first hand how your donations and charitable contributions will help here locally, where we need to focus, so we can all thrive and give better lives to those families and children. Every little bit helps.  Thanks to good hearted strangers, those beautiful people that I will never know who they were that donated to those food banks and thrift missions which helped me and my family we made it through.  So now, I would like to give back and help others the way I was helped. Help me, so together we can make this vision come through and make it a reality. This is who I am and what Mama's House is about. Let's make a difference in someone's life.

Your contributions and donations go to helping local families in need by providing food, clothing and school supplies. As we continue to grow we will help employ people in our community also, we seek to help the elderly and disabled with job opportunities. But we can only make this possible with you. With every purchase and every donation, you are helping someone locally. 

Goals set for 2018 and into the future: 
As we open our doors on August 1st, we hope that the community will join us on this mission. With the proceeds from Mama's House - our goals for this year are to provide the families and their children with: 

Back to School supplies for the kids.

Thanksgiving food drive.

Clothing: We have a plan to also clothe the families by allowing them free clothes allowances. As our clothing donations continue to grow the more people we can help.

Food Bank Benefits: The families can obtain fresh food items from local grocers via the food benefits program. This is done with proceeds from the thrift store. Thank you for your continued donations

Donations of any kind are greatly needed  as we seek to raise funds for helping the needy and volunteer services are always welcome. We are thankful for people like you. 100% of the net proceeds of Mama's House will go to helping the needy in our local community.

Come and join us. Every little bit helps. Know that every purchase you make at Mama's House is contributing to helping someone. 
The more we grow the further we can help the community.

Each time you make a purchase from Mama's house or you donate an item, you will be helping someone in need. Let's not let any family or child go hungry in our surrounding counties of Wake, Johnston and Harnett Counties and the  neighboring  communities. Help us to help them. 

Let's do this together community! Together we can help others.

If you would like to sign up to volunteer at the store or help with the Holidays mission,  please send us an email. We need as much help as we can get.  

MamasHouseFuquay@gmail.com

Please if you know of a needy family tell them about Mama's House. We are here to help all in real need.

Let's make this world a better place!

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129 W. Cornelius Harnett Blvd
Lillington, NC 27546
United States

Business Hours

Mon:Closed
Tue:Closed
Wed:11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Thu:11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Fri:11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Sat:11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Sun:12:00 – 5:00 PM
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