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Community Spotlight

Antiques & Uniques is committed to supporting local nonprofits and organizations that help our customers and broader community. Every month, our Community Spotlight provides a platform for organizations to conduct community outreach, provide informational materials, and help customers engage in services. Check out some of our recent partners below!


​Little Annie’s Hope Train is a Mentor based nonprofit that assists people experiencing homelessness and hunger. They stock 19 free outdoor food pantries in Lake and Geauga counties and help connect individuals with supplies like bus passes, laundromats, haircuts and more. Antiques & Uniques gladly collects in-kind donations for Little Annie's throughout the year. Check their website FAQ for a list of needed items and feel free to bring them into the store.


Proudly serving over 650,000 riders each year, Laketran is Lake County, Ohio’s regional public transportation system offering nine Local Routes, door-to-door Dial-a-Ride, and three commuter Park-n-Ride routes with service between Lake County and Downtown Cleveland.


The American Cancer Society of Cleveland works tirelessly to assist local cancer sufferers through advocacy, support groups, housing, and health care services.


Wickliffe Forever Foundation Inc. is a community based nonprofit with the goal to improve the community of Wickliffe by working with city officials, the school board, and other community based groups. They aim to generate business, support housing values, and maintain academic excellence.

Lake County Council on Aging: Antiques & Uniques partners with various nonprofit organizations monthly

The Lake County Council on Aging of Ohio is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the needs of older adults, people with disabilities, their families and caregivers. We provide a range of community-based services that can enhance quality of life, promote choice, and help people remain in their homes for as long as possible.


Greyhound Adoption of Ohio is a 501(c)3 volunteer organization that prepares retired racing greyhounds for placement into permanent homes. They have no paid help and rely solely on volunteers and donations to help in the placement of the greyhounds.


The Lake County YMCA seeks to strengthen community through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility.


Breakthrough T1D is a leading global type 1 diabetes research and advocacy organization, helping to make everyday life better while driving toward cures. They lead the way to more effective solutions by connecting the brightest minds to advance treatments,  influence policy, and improve access to care.​


The Cleveland Area Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association provides free care and support services to individuals and families living in Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake and Lorain counties. Programs are available both in person and virtually.


For over 45 years, Hospice of the Western Reserve has been a leader of end-of-life care and provides comprehensive hospice and palliative care, caregiver support, and bereavement services across 16 counties in Northern Ohio. Throughout these years, they have served over 100,000 patients and their loved ones.


Asa's Angels is a 501c3 non-profit organization that provides community outreach and resource linkage including through their Easter Drive, Back to School Supplies Drive, Thanksgiving Outreach Program, and Christmas for the Kids.

Antiques & Uniques partners with various nonprofit organizations monthly

Downs Designs Dreams (Dreams) advocates for disability awareness, promotes independence and instills confidence by donating clothing to individuals in need.


Join Us!

Interested in joining the Community Spotlight? Here's what

you need to know:​

  • We can provide a table, table covering, and chair.

  • You can staff the table as often or little as you like. Each Community Spotlight feature is one month long.

  • Our typical customer traffic is 75 people on weekdays and 150 people on weekends.

  • Most organizations bring a sign-up sheet and marketing materials such as flyers or brochures.

  • You are welcome to bring a donation jar!

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