Tod’s Corner

Tod's Corner provides free clothing, household goods, and more for low-income persons living with HIV.

About Tod's Corner

Tod's Corner is a free thrift store that is available to low income individuals living with HIV. Clients must get a referral from their case manager to gain access.  Each client may visit once a month. 

Hours of operation:
Monday 1:00 - 4:00
Tuesday 2:00 - 5:00
Thursday 2:00 - 5:00

Inventory for Tod’s Corner is comprised entirely of donated items.   

We always accept:
• Men’s clothing
shirts, pants, sweaters, jackets, shoes, etc. 

• Kitchen items 
Dishes, glassware, flatware, pots, pans, serving items, mixing bowls, etc.
Small appliances including toasters, coffee makers, blenders, fans, etc.

• Bedding
Sheets, comforters, bed spreads, mattress covers, all sizes, etc.

• Bath
Towels, wash cloths, curtains, small rugs

All items should be gently used, freshly laundered, free of damage, stains, and wear.

The following NEW items in original packaging are always in need:
• Men’s underwear (boxers and boxer-briefs preferred)
• Men’s T-Shirts
• Men’s socks

We do not accept:
• Women’s clothing (our inventory is full at this time)
• Furniture
• Books
• Adaptive equipment (walkers, wheel chairs, etc.)
• heaters/air conditioners


Tod's Corner is named in memory of Tod Hutchins, who died in 1988 and whose clothing 'estate' started the Corner.


Additional Information

Admission Criteria

 
Tod's Corner


 
 

Wells Fargo - Circle of Life, Sustaining Sponsor Circle of Life
Sustaining Partner

The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation Quality of Life
Sustaining Partner