Monetary donations are also gratefully accepted by Project Phoenix, a non-profit organization. 

Monday - Friday, 10am - 4pm

Saturday, 10am - 2pm

Closed Sunday

Don't miss our Kids Christmas Bash!

Volunteer Elves help children purchase gifts for parents and siblings and nothing is over $1.

Call us for the details! 

Since 2012, Bobbi Sue's team of volunteers have provided numerous families with assistance that would not have been available if it wasn't for Project Phoenix... THANK YOU for supporting Project Phoenix, Englewood! 


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Our Sponsor:  Ivy’s on Dearborn

​​Local Affiliations:  C.A.R.E. – Center for Abuse and Rape EmergenciesCharlotte County Healthy StartCharlotte County Homeless CoalitionEnglewood Chamber of Commerce, Englewood Helping HandSt. David’s Jubilee Center Food Pantry,

and United Way of Charlotte County

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Contact Project Phoenix

"There would not be a

Project Phoenix without the volunteers..."

36 West Dearborn Street

Englewood, FL 34223


We will accept almost anything. because if we can’t use the item, we will find another outreach program that can!

Please use this link to make your tax-deductible contribution through our Pay Pal account. 

Bill Werner, President and Co-Founder 941-681-2707


Bobbi Sue Burton, Founder


Please go around the right side of the building to drop off donations. 

Non-Profit, 501c3 Corporation founded in 2012

Donations can only be dropped off during business hours. We will be fined by the county if you leave items when we are closed. 

Our Outreach Services at Project Phoenix in Englewood

Run strictly by community volunteers, Project Phoenix in Englewood provides many services to our community, but our main objective is to collect and distribute new and gently used household items to assist area families, and individuals, who are in need, for a variety of reasons, and to help them make a fresh start and allow them to rebuild their households. 

Our clients range from the elderly on a limited, fixed income (who may just need a new frying pan) - to a victim of domestic violence - to someone recovering from homelessness that needs to start over completely. Once people acquire housing, we step in and provide the essentials needed to create a functional home environment. We do not charge for the items we provide. We give away things ranging from simple sets of silverware, bedding, bathroom, and kitchen items, to baby items, and small appliances - on up to things like large appliances and furniture, when available. 

We will gladly accept your kind donations of:

pantry items, small appliances, clothing, household items, furniture, knick-knacks, and baby items. 

If we collect items that cannot be used to assist an individual or family in need, we may put the item for sale in the Project Phoenix Resale and use the proceeds for operating expenses or to purchase items that clients need which are not in stock.