For the Community

Hidden treasures await you.

Children's Harbor Treasures & Thrift Store

Helps others while you shop.

From clothing to household items to boats and other valuables, you never know what hidden treasures you may find when shopping the Thrift Store at Children’s Harbor on Lake Martin. The Thrift Store sells donated items and uses the proceeds to help fund the activities at both campuses. So you not only get the opportunity to go home with a new treasure, at the same time you get to help seriously ill children and their families.


Visit us on Lake Martin.

Hours

The Children's Harbor Treasures & Thrift Store is open from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

Location

8842 Kowaliga Rd | Eclectic, AL 36024
Get directions.

Contact

Roger Pearson
Assistant Manager, Children's Harbor Thrift Store
Phone (256) 397-4474 | Email [email protected]


Directions

How to Get Here

To Children’s Harbor at Lake Martin, from Montgomery:

  • Take Highway 231 North to Wetumpka.
  • Take Highway 170 until it dead-ends into Highway 63.
  • Take a left onto Highway 63 North, go 7.4 miles.
  • Children's Harbor Treasures & Thrift Store is on the right (before the Kowaliga Bridge).

To Children’s Harbor at Lake Martin, from Birmingham:

  • Take Highway 280 East to Alexander City, Alabama.
  • Turn right onto Highway 63 South, go 15 miles.
  • Children's Harbor Treasures & Thrift Store is on the left (after the Kowaliga Bridge).

Help stock the store.

Donate

We happily accept gently used items during store hours. For large items such as appliances and furniture, we offer pickup service. Your donations are tax deductible. For questions or to schedule a pickup, call (334) 857-2008.

Volunteer

A helping hand at the Thrift Store is always welcome. If interested, contact Kathy Symonds, the Thrift Store Manager, by email or phone at (334) 857-2008.


How Can You Help?

The assistance Children’s Harbor receives from generous donors and active volunteers is central to carrying out our mission. Learn more about getting involved.