Officials with the Charity Guild of Catholic Women announced April 20 the reopening of the nonprofit's Charity Guild Shop following a $1 million renovation.

The consignment shop found at 1203 Lovett Blvd., Houston, offers a variety of furniture, home decor items, books, clothing and other gifts. The renovations, funded by a 2022 capital campaign, involved renovating outdated interiors and building systems, according to an April 20 press release. The architecture firm Gensler worked on the project pro bono, while Harvey Builders worked at a discounted rate, according to the release.

“As a not-for-profit organization, we greatly appreciate Gensler and Harvey Builders’ generosity to help us complete this remodel,” Charity Guild President Elizabeth Jordan said in a statement. “Our opening day saw record-breaking sales, and Charity Guild members were eager to return to work. We look forward to our next hundred years of rendering aid to children in need in the Greater Houston area.”

The renovations were unveiled following the guild's 100-year anniversary in 2022. Donations came from guild members and other Houston foundations, according to the release.

Renovations include a refresh to the flooring, lighting, paint, storage solutions and millwork.

Funding raised from the shop goes toward the nonprofit's mission of helping children who lack access to food, health care, clothing, housing, education, recreation and psychological assistance. The guild has donated more than $7 million to 178 unique charities in the Greater Houston area.