2730 S. Madison Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46225
Store Hours: Mon – Fri 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Sat 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
The Wheeler Mission Store opened for business on September 1, 2007. Our retail thrift store sells gently-used clothing and household items, with all proceeds benefitting Wheeler Mission. Further, the store functions as an evangelistic outreach to customers, and serves the community with discounted clothing and goods. The Wheeler Mission store relies on and appreciates new and/or gently used clothing and household donations. To read our donation guidelines, click here.
The Story of Restored Creations:
Restored Creations is the social enterprise of Wheeler Mission’s Center for Women & Children in Indianapolis, IN. It provides a therapeutic outlet while empowering women to develop and practice transferable skills needed to obtain and maintain gainful employment. The enterprise is run by women who have survived homelessness, addictions, and brokenness. Each handcrafted item tells a story of restoration.
The Story Behind Our Logo:
Logos tell stories of the companies they represent. We longed for our logo to tell the story of Jesus and what he has done for us. Each one of us was caged by the bondage of sin (Romans 3:23). Christ redeemed and restored us through His sacrifice on the Cross which unlocked our cage of sin (Romans 3:24). Like birds in flight, we are free! Our freedom is not for selfish gain, but a calling given to us so that we can love and serve God by serving others (Galatians 5:13).
You can purchase our products on the 6th floor of Wheeler’s Center for Women & Children (3208 E. Michigan Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46201) Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm.
We are also proud partners with Market Wagon, an online farmer’s market.
You can also purchase our products at our wonderful retail and church partners: Gratitude Boutique (Fishers), Rustic Root (Beach Grove), Capstone Bookstore (Northview Church, Carmel), Urban Euphoria & Spa (Greenwood), ReNeu Beauty (Greenwood), GCMA (Greenwood Christian Martial Arts Academy, Boomerang Boutique (Mass Ave), Wheeler Mission Thrift Store, Second Stories (McCordsville), Laynee’s Boutique (Avon), Gray Roads Baptist Church, Grace Church Bookstore (Carmel), Project Lia, Gracepoint Church (Whiteland), Southern Food Services (DFAS, Lawrence), Wildwood Market & Blooms (Fountain Square), Gaither Music Resource Center (Alexandria), and Consider the Lilies Boutique (Dyer).
Restored Creations products make great gifts and your purchase helps support needed programs at the Center for Women & Children.
Click below to see our Restored Creations video!
If you are in need of hardwood pallets or crates for your logistics needs, look no further! Call us today (812.961.0023) for a free quote!
We are located just north of Bloomington, Indiana on the Wheeler Mission Hunt Training Center campus. We produce pallets, cut hardwood stock, and perform custom sawing. We also sell sawdust and mulch and provide wood product heat treating services!
Wheeler Mission Pallets & Industry is a program business and social enterprise created specifically to support the Wheeler Mission Hunt Training Center. Men in our program spend part of each day developing a positive work ethic, while creating revenue to partially offset the costs of running the training programs. Our goal is to provide excellent work training so that men may become productive members of society, living lives pleasing to God and caring for their families–all while providing our customers with superior hardwood pallets and logistical products.
Our company is unique in that our primary product is really changed lives! Along the way, we produce custom pallets to spec for distribution companies used to ship across the nation. We also serve the needs of local companies from our community, meeting their job-specific needs. We produce and meet deadlines with demanding specifications, while restoring men to health and wholeness through the power of Jesus Christ. The work the men do helps ensure that the Wheeler Mission Hunt Training Center will continue to exist to meet the needs of others seeking to be free from a life of addiction.