We are returning to The Milford Market, LLC! Be sure to stop by and check out our space for cute home décor and collectables. This is part of our Rescued Treasures program and all proceeds from the sale of these items goes directly to HSFN.
Rescued Treasures is a volunteer-managed program that benefits the pets awaiting adoption at the Humane Society for Greater Nashua through the resale of donated items online and at seasonal in-person marketplaces. Funds raised by this program will contribute to the organization’s mission of advocating for and enhancing the lives of animals entrusted to their care while educating the community to strengthen the human animal bond.
While we had great success for many years with our in-person yard sale, the pandemic created a need for change. During the months that followed lockdown, we realized great success from selling donated items online via eBay and at The Milford Market. This success led our volunteers to officially establish a resell program that can operate year-round. With that, we have decided to end our in-person yard sale and focus our resell efforts on Rescued Treasures. Ideal items for this program would be antiques, collectables, and seasonal décor.
You can also shop 24/7 for items that support HSFN on eBay through HSFN’s eBay page. Through eBay’s Charity Direct Seller program, 100% of the proceeds from items sold for HSFN by though our eBay page go directly to our pets awaiting adoption.
How can you donate?
Help us stock the ‘store’ by donating the following items in good condition – VIEW THE WISHLIST
We accept donations all year, no need to wait for donation days! However, we kindly ask that you do not bring items for resale to the shelter at 24 Ferry Road. Simply send us some pictures and a description of the item(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org and a Rescued Treasures volunteer will contact you directly to answer questions or schedule a drop off.
Please email email@example.com for inquiries about donations, shopping our wares, or anything else related to the program.