The Thrift & Gift Shop is the main source of funding for our five philanthropic programs.  It is staffed and managed entirely by our member volunteers.  We are proud of our reputation as one of the best and friendliest thrift shops in Bellingham. Our members work hard to make sure the merchandise is always good quality, clean, and priced fairly.  Come see for yourself!

We offer quality merchandise, including furniture, antiques, books, artwork, seasonal items, and crafts. We also sell men’s and women’s clothing, jewelry, household and home decor items and linens, all at affordable prices.

Great reputation, quality merchandise and friendly member volunteers!

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Thrift & Gift Shop donations

Your donations are always appreciated!  Donations are tax deductible; a receipt will be provided. 

DONATION HOURS:  Beginning Jan. 4, 2023, Donations accepted Wed. – Sat. 10-2

Please bring your “gently used’ items in good condition to the receiving door at our back entrance in the alley. For large donations, please call ahead to be sure we have room to accept your donations.(360-738-2803) Thank you!

Please, no broken or damaged household items.
Please, no outdated, torn, or stained clothing items.

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Assistance League of Bellingham’s Thrift & Gift Shop Robbed

Assistance League of Bellingham is sad to announce that their Thrift & Gift Shop was broken into between Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Thieves used a sledgehammer to break into a storage room where they stole items being held for online sale which included sterling silver, Disneyana, pewter spoons, waterford crystal, silverplate, vintage knives and […]

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