DANVILLE, Va. -

Business is booming for one thrift shop in Danville. Helping Hands had to move locations because it was getting so many donations.

The store is now tripled in size. This is big for it's staff who are all volunteers.

It opened eight months ago and uses the money from sales to help people in the city during a personal financial crisis. So far it's put $10,000 back in the community.

"Just generosity. The generosity of this city has far exceeded our expectations here. The ability of people to come in and volunteer their time. To make sure the people of Danville are provided for," said Kameron Wilds, Pastor of Grace Design United Methodist Church.

Four United Methodist churches in Danville run the thrift shop. It's open weekly in the Sherwood Shopping Center.