etc. Supports Local and International Missions

Proceeds from Ugandan Jewelry and crafts supports the ministry of ekissa

etc. Consignment

Not only does etc. Consignment Shoppe offer great value and recycling opportunities, etc. takes recycling all the way by donating clothing to the specific missions listed below: 

 Local Missions Organizations

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Thanks to etc. for providing clothes for our families over these past years. What a blessing they are to families who are unable to have any other way. Many children have benefited from the donated clothes.

Sandra Kearn

Director - On Wings Like a Dove  

On behalf of Alpha Acres I would like to thank ETC for their donations. Countless men that come through the program have been clothed because of their generous donations. It helps the men that come here with very little to wear to feel better about themselves. Our ministry has been greatly blessed.

 Luke Money

Manager - Alpha Acres

I have been blessed to be involved in a children's outreach ministry called, "The Good Neighbor  Center" for approximately five years.  After a short time in this ministry, I realized I could not possibly meet all the needs of these children, so I contacted the owner of etc. Consignment, Debbie Shough to ask for her assistance.  She has willingly and generously been giving clothing and many other items to this ministry weekly for several years.  Debbie and her husband have also visited our ministry and the children fell in love with them.

Dee S. Wood


International Missions 

ekissa translates "mercy" in  Lungda the native language in Uganda. ekissa is a not for profit organization that facilitates short term mission trips, and was born out of a compelling and urgent need of community outreach.   

ekissa has lead various types of mission trips; such as medical, health education, evangelism, etc…but more important than the things we do, are the relationships we build, for the glory of the Lord. It is our prayer that as we seek to meet the physical needs of BweyaVillage, that its’ people would find true freedom in Christ.

After Debbie Shough's adoption of two siblings from Uganda in July 2011, she has a deep passion for the people of that country. Having seen first hand third world deprivation, etc. and ekissa  ministries, is committed to alleviating poverty in Uganda. Debbie travels there once or twice a year and brings back handmade jewelry and crafts from Uganda which is sold in the store. 100% of the proceeds goes directly back to Uganda.