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Do you want to help us make a difference? Here are a few ways that you can lend a helping hand to our community.

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Get Involved


Donate Goods

One of the most popular ways to get involved is to donate what you already have. Donated household goods are processed by volunteers and sold in our treasure store.  See our Donation Requirements.


Donate Food


If you'd like to make a food donation, you can stop in at one of the local churches or during our treasure store hours. You can also make your donation at the Hamlin Post Office.

Life Solutions accepts most canned goods and household items. See our full list of items we don't accept.


Angel Tree Program

Check back here every fall for our Angel Tree information. We are pleased to supply holiday gifts for children of current clients. Donations from local community members make this possible!

To support by buying gifts for children in need, please call us at (585) 204-6730


Adopt a Shelf Program

The adopt a shelf program offers the opportunity for local community organizations, schools, classes, grades, churches, private businesses, families, or individuals to provide both food and non food items to families in need, to fight food hunger and food insecurity.


For more information on how you can adopt a shelf, please contact us.

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Shop Our Treasure Store

Our treasure store is one of the best in the area, offering a variety of items at amazing prices. Proceeds from the store help us supply food for local families. Drop off your donations any Thursday or Saturday from 10am - 3pm.


Volunteer Your Time

Our volunteers help unload trucks, sort donations, keep our shelves stocked, staff our thrift store and more.


Interested in volunteering? Call us at (585) 964-7420 and leave a message. We'll call you back!

Enrollment Process

1. Application - Complete and submit the volunteer application. Download the volunteer application.

2. Interview Orientation - Overview of policies, programs and activities. Includes a tour of the facility including fire and safety features.

3. Reference - A background check is performed by a third party agency. References are contacted and a volunteer placement is determined.

4. Training - General training all volunteers receive.

5. Start Volunteering!

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