PROJECT SHOPPE

Village Project’s retail store

Store Hours

Mon 10 am – 4 pm

Tues 10 am – 4 pm

Wed 10 am – 4 pm

Thurs 10 am – 4 pm

Have some free time in your schedule?  Do you enjoy retail shopping or managing a store?  If so, perhaps you’d be interested in working a shift at Project Shoppe. We are looking for energetic volunteers to help staff our store.  Grab a friend, welcome shoppers and provide guests with a better understanding of our organization and unique gifts and specialty food items.

Shifts are in two-hour increments and help is needed during all business hours.  Please call the office at (440) 348-9401, or stop by if interested.

Already a volunteer?   Click here to sign up for a shift!

Spring is here!

Have a green thumb?  The store has DIY Herb Growing Kits, Gardeners Tote Bag Sets, and special finds for Easter and Mother’s Day.  Love biking?  We have many bike themed items for you to shop!

STORE HOURS

Project Shoppe – In-Store & Curbside Pickup Hours:

Mon 10 am – 4 pm

Tues 10 am – 4 pm

Wed 10 am – 4 pm

Thurs 10 am – 4 pm

Keeping You Safe

We’ve implemented the following safety measures at Project Shoppe, including:

• All shoppers wear face masks
• Only 3 shoppers permitted in the store at one time – please wait your turn outside the building if the shoppe is at full capacity
• Please practice social distancing
• Follow directional floor arrows
• Curbside pick-up available for online orders – call (440) 348-9401
when you arrive

CARRYOUT

Meals-to-go can be ordered online!

Preorder by visiting Project Shoppe’s online website!

Check our weekly menu and order meals ahead:

shoppe.ourvillageproject.com 

It’s easy to order your carryout:

  •  Online
  •  By phone to (440) 348-9401
  •  Walk-ins welcome

Please place orders at least one-hour in advance.  Pickup options include curbside or in-store pickup.  * Weekly meals are available in the cooler beginning on Tuesdays.

For curbside pickup:
  • Please pull up in front of store entrance on W. Oviatt Rd.
  • Call the store at (440) 348-9401
  • Your order will be delivered to your car by a Village Project Shoppe attendant
  • All attendants will be wearing masks

Thank you and enjoy!

PROJECT SHOPPE ONLINE!

NEW ONLINE SITE!  

shoppe.ourvillageproject.com

Project Shoppe is open and you can now shop our store online! View and order products online with curbside or in-store pickup.  Browse our unique, specialty food and gift items — great for holiday weekends, springtime biking, perfect gifts for that special someone and more!

New items will continue to be added to the online site on a regular basis.

We look forward to seeing you!  So, browse our online store and give us a try!

Project Shoppe Provides An Income Stream Features Locally Sourced Products Enables Us To Feed More Clients

Project Shoppe was born out of the need to provide our organization with an income stream as well as the need to increase community awareness, (ultimately increasing the number of meals and clients we can serve).

Fun facts:  Our Shoppe’s grand opening on September 24, 2010 marked the 8th anniversary of Village Project’s inception as well as the 5th anniversary of moving into our current building space!

Client Menu & Meals-To-Go!

Client & Carryout* Meals

Along with meals-to-go, Project Shoppe is also offering our famous Cocoa Clusters available in the cooler.

Preorder Meals-To-Go at the Project Shoppe online website.

To order ahead and learn more, visit:

shoppe.ourvillageproject.com or call (440) 348-9401

March 22, 2021

Here’s What We’re Serving Up This Week:
  • Whole Grain Gnocchi with Spinach & White Beans*
  • Kale & Turkey Feta Meatloaf served with Chickpea Salad*
  • Carrot Ginger Soup with Seeded Bread
  • Diane’s Almond Cranberry Muffin
  • Cocoa Clusters*

Pricing

  • Meat Entree – $9
  • Vegetarian Entree – $8
  • Cocoa Clusters* (bag of 3) – $3
  • Village Project Broth (30 oz frozen bag) – $4

Immunity Broth, Meals-To-Go

Stop by and pick up a quick and healthy option for dinner tonight!  Village Project entrees are prepared right in our own kitchen and are packaged individually.   Selections change every week and are ready for pickup beginning on Tuesdays.  Our immunity broth is made with fresh herbs and vegetables–a great base for your next soup and a nourishing option for clients who may have a loss of appetite due to the effects of treatment.  Our famous Cocoa Clusters are also available for purchase each week.

  • Cocoa Clusters – $3 (bag of 3)
  • Protein entree  – $9
  • Vegetarian entree – $8
  • Immunity broth – $4 (30 oz. bag)
  • Meals and broth can be used immediately or frozen for future use!

DIY Cocoa Cluster Kits Are Here!

  • Everything you need to make a dozen of our famous clusers!
  • Ingredients are pre-measured
  • No-bake treat
  • Fun, easy activity
  • Perfect for young chefs!
  • $12 each

Learn The Story Behind Our Products

The shop features unique, specialty food and gift items.  We support locally-sourced, all-natural products and offer some of our own homemade selections.  We are proud to offer Village Project food that uses fresh, organic ingredients, some harvested directly from our own organic garden.

In addition to the items sourced from local vendors, Project Shoppe will also feature some Village Project favorites, such as our homemade:

  • granola
  • herbed salts
  • dog biscuits
  • cocoa clusters
  • specialty vinegars
  • Village Project merchandise

Gourmet Firehouse Salsa is owned by Angelo Tetorakis, who makes and sells his famous mango and pineapple salsas.

The journey began while Angelo, a now retired firefighter, was making salsa for his co-workers one evening at the firehouse. The recipe slowly evolved as the other firemen told Angelo how to improve its taste, and eventually the first of his famous recipes emerged.

All of Firehouse Salsa’s ingredients are free of additives, preservatives, and fillers, and include all natural fruit, peppers, and spices. They are delicious on crackers, served with cheese, or used in your everyday cooking.

Stop in and taste for yourself!

All of Hazelmade’s products are made by Susan Hazel Rich in Kent, Ohio. From her home, she designs greeting cards, notepads, tea towels, little notes, and pocket journals.

The company began as a way for Susan to branch out from her day job as a graphic designer, and has continued to grow ever since. She now has an online shop, and her products are sold in various retail stores around the U.S.

We’re very excited to feature Hazelmade in our store. Be sure to stop in and check out all of her beautiful products!

We are proud to carry these locally made, Furbish & Fire Candles in our shoppe!

Furbish and Fire Candle Co. is owned by Michelle Liller and operates out of Avon Lake, Ohio. Michelle is a mother of two young girls, and once they went off to school, she decided to express her creativity by making high-quality candles with personalized labels.

All Furbish and Fire candles are made with pure ingredients such as all natural soy wax, lead-free wicks, and cotton. They use no paraffin, dyes, pesticides, herbicides, or preservatives.

They strive to be environmentally conscious, innovatively using recycled wine bottles as candle holders.

Stop in and see all the different candles and scents we carry.

SIMPLY MADE,

DELIGHTFULLY DIFFERENT!

Kombucha is a lightly fermented probiotic tea, slightly sweet, slightly sour.  It may help detoxify the body with good gut health bacteria and energize the body.  Drinking kombucha may aid digestion, immune support and detoxification.

Snowmon’s Kombucha is made locally in Fairview Park, Ohio and is available at BayArts and Crocker Park’s Farmers Markets in addition to Village Project.

*Please note:  Product may contain trace amounts of alcohol due to natural fermentation, less than .5%.  These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Full Cycle Organics Brewing Compost Tea and Premium Organic Compost is now available at Project Shoppe!  

Full Cycle Organics~100% Premium. 0% Questionable.

Typical recycling seems almost second nature now.  From the grocery to the city streets–even in our own homes–it’s found nearly everywhere.  Now, it’s possible to move beyond recycling just paper and plastic–to use your food waste to create a nutrient-rich composting soil that is superior to anything currently available in your local home & garden store. 

By recycling our food waste, Full Cycle Organics has done something pretty amazing to further landfill reduction efforts and methane gas emissions–all while supporting a family-owned and operated business.

The founding family started with a vision to create something great out of Cleveland’s food waste.  With a whole lot of heart and “tote-loads” of weekly trash no longer entering local landfills, Full Cycle Organics Premium Compost was made.

Brewing Compost Tea and Premium Organic Compost products:

  • Stimulate microbial activity and supplies organic nutrients for all types of flowers, shrubs, plants, trees, gardens and landscaping
  • Compost Tea consists of (3) bags, 16 oz net weight; one tea bag makes up to 5 gallons of Premium Tea and can be reused
  • Premium Compost is approximately 6 quarts net weight and promotes healthier, more active plants and soil

Attention Tea Lovers! The Shoppe is excited to be featuring Steeple House Teas, a cottage industry from Pastor Carol Rettew, located here in Cleveland, Ohio.

She has a passion for premium loose leaf tea and the way relationships are deepened over a good cup of tea! She loves teaching others about its many wonderful aspects–how it is grown, processed and its health benefits.

Steeple House Teas are made from the top two leaves and bud of the tea plant and are selected from some of the most reputable wholesale premium tea companies around. They are carefully chosen to please a variety of tea drinkers.

Stop in the store and pick up a 4 oz. bag of either Black Currant, Apricot Oolong or Irish Breakfast–a perfect way to unwind and enjoy a delicious cup of relaxation. Enjoy the various aromas and subtle nuances. You deserve it!

Modern Sprout was desperate for a fool-proof way to cultivate healthy herbs, vegetables, and flowers, yet maintain their self-esteem. They wanted a victory garden, not planters full of defeat.

After researching non-traditional options, they found hydroponics. A method of cultivation that’s clean, self-maintaining, and yields fantastic results, hydroponics immediately seemed perfect for busy people like them.

But every kit they tried was expensive, difficult to set up, and more homely than homey. They were unimpressed with their options, so they planted the seeds for Modern Sprout. Now they provide planters that are simple, stylish, and fertile with success.

Just add water.

Love Your Melon is an apparel brand dedicated to giving a hat to every child battling cancer and supporting the fight against pediatric cancer.

Love Your Melon products are here – and just in time for the cold! We have the new Pom Beanies, Beanies, Headbands and Infinity Scarves…

All Love Your Melon products are made in the United States of America. The company is passionate about producing high-quality products, creating jobs here in our country and emphasizing its value of community.  The knit caps are manufactured in the United States, using 100% cotton that is soft and comfortable.

Join the LYM story and help fight Pediatric Cancer AND Village Project with your purchase… that’s a double whammy!

Founded by Jess Ekstrom out of Raleigh, North Carolina, Headbands of Hope is an apparel line of headbands for ladies and kids designed to support children with cancer.

Inspired by a summer internship at a wish-granting organization, Jesse saw that a lot of kids loved to wear headbands after losing their hair to chemotherapy. She did a google search and realized that there were no businesses donating headbands to kids with cancer, only wigs and hats. Jess started Headbands of Hope out of her dorm room in college with two headbands, her computer, and a burning passion to help these kids (and a lot of coffee).

Today, Headbands of Hope is carried in thousands of stores across the world. They’ve been featured on the TODAY Show, Good Morning America, Vanity Fair, Seventeen Magazine, and even supported by celebrities like Lea Michele, Lauren Conrad, Kelsea Ballerini, Lili Reinhart and more.
But more importantly, Headbands of Hope has donated headbands to every children’s hospital in America and 15 countries. When you purchase a headband from Project Shoppe, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to a hospital of our choice.

WE HOPE YOUR HEADBAND WILL SERVE AS A REMINDER WHEN YOU WEAR IT THAT SMALL ACTS OF KINDNESS CAN MAKE A HUGE IMPACT.

Cooking Classes & Events

Due to the current health environonment, we do not have any in-person classes scheduled at this time. 

Check back soon for updates and/or virtual classes that may be scheduled.