The Recovery Project is a Neighbors to Neighbors action in response to the damage done by the Thomas Fire and 1/9 Debris Flow. Our goal is to dress our community and assist in helping them find essential home goods to start up their new dwellings. All pieces provided have been donated by the community.

We Lost Our Store:( !!!
So we are having a Close Out Benefit
3 days only
April 6-7 10-6pm
April 8th 11-2

We are selling for donation Clothes Shoes and Home for men women and children! All clothes are .50 – $15 for really good stuff. Furniture is very very lowly priced!

All things donated rom the best neighbors in Montecito

All proceeds will buy gift cards for our Survivors of the Thomas Fire and 1/9 Debris flow. This store is across from the entrance of Vons. Please come and tell your friends!


We really need volunteers to help run the shop for the next few days and to help us clean out! Just show up when you can, any time 11-6 until Monday April 9th which is the day we have to be out. Thank you all so much!

SIGN UP HERE

Our generous collaborators! They will be serving wholesome organic soup/food daily as well as providing more information on how to continue to help your community.

VISIT THEIR WEBSITE

You're amazing!

We Lost Our Store:( !!!
So we are having a Close Out Benefit
3 days only
April 6-7 10-6pm
April 8th 11-2

We are selling for donation Clothes Shoes and Home for men women and children! All clothes are .50 – $15 for really good stuff. Furniture is very very lowly priced!

All things donated rom the best neighbors in Montecito

All proceeds will buy gift cards for our Survivors of the Thomas Fire and 1/9 Debris flow. This store is across from the entrance of Vons. Please come and tell your friends!

DONATE

The Recovery Project is a community action effort by neighbors for neighbors in response to the Thomas Fire and the Montecito Mud and Debris Slide.

It was founded by Berna Kieler a long time resident of our little village who started re-covering people from her own closet and then reached out to her neighbors and friends for the shirts off their backs.

The response has become a tsunami of giving. She was joined by Cathy Link, Heather Sage and Susan St. John who partnered in her effort to create a dedicated Montecito space as home for a Recovery Free Store, where people affected by this specific double-header tragedy could come and find wardrobe replacements and meet the volunteers who provided clothing from their own closets.

James Rosenfield, owner of the Montecito Country Mart, stepped up and donated a beautiful retail space in this center for the month of March. The volunteers are working feverishly to create a stylish setting where they can personally attend to the needs of people who have lost all or most of their wardrobe.

Organic Soup Kitchen, another local grassroots organization has joined in the effort supplying volunteers, organizing expertise, and providing wholesome organic soup in the store for entire month.

The Recovery Free Store officially opened Sat. March 3rd. in the Montecito Country Mart. The Sale is from April 4th-7th from 11-6 daily. Our home goods store will open on the 11th of April from 11-6, days to be discussed. Visit our FB Recovery Project SB.

We're here to help! For general inquiries, press or to make a private appointment

All info and inquiries:

Founder:
Berna Kieler
805-570-4339

Info/Inquiries:

Taiana Giefer

805-570-1426

info@recoveryprojectsb.com

Social:
Instagram
Facebook