Welcome to Mercy Mall of Virginia

Mercy Mall of VA is a FREE clothing and housewares boutique. Visit our Serve and Give page for more information on how to volunteer with us, donate to us, and sponsor us.

Mercy Mall is a non-profit organization that helps local families and individuals in crisis receive clothing, household items and baby gear. Our boutique hours are limited, as we are a mostly volunteer run organization.
You must schedule an appointment to shop with us.

We offer three types of appointment: Crisis, Maintenance, and Growing Kids. Please visit our Request Appointment page for more information on the types of appointments we offer and how to request an appointment.

Our Mercy Mall United Sponsors

New Donation Hours

See our Facebook Page for information on requested items.

We are ONLY accepting items on Laurie’s List currently (NO CLOTHING ACCEPTED).

Our donation hours have changed. We are ONLY accepting donations on Wednesdays from 10am – 1pm. 

If you wish to donate items from Laurie’s List (very good to excellent condition) but can’t get to us during our regular donation hours, please email us at info@mercymallva.org and provide details about your items.

Donation FAQ's

Click here for answers to the most asked Donation Questions.

Volunteer FAQ's

Click here for answers to the most asked Volunteer Questions.

Cases of Hope

Click here for more information on our Prison Ministry, Cases of Hope.

If you are a potential client, in need of clothing, housewares (not furniture), and/or baby gear, please click the Request Appointment button above and fill out the form completely.  Please provide a good cell number, as that is how our appointment setters will reach out to you.

Reminder: We do not take walk-ins. You can shop by appointment only.

Mercy Mall is an ever-changing 501c3 ministry that has taken on the form of a FREE clothing and housewares boutique with gently-used items.

OUR VISION

“To provide compassion and hope to the hurting.”

OUR MISSION

“To serve the hungry, the homeless and the hurting by filling practical needs, providing resources, and building relationships.”

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