THRIFT SHOP

Shop for a Cause in the Heart of Wallingford

Revenues from the Assistance League of Seattle Thrift Shop go directly to support our philanthropic programs, so every purchase you make or donation you give is helping us in our mission to improve the lives of disadvantaged students in Seattle.

 

New merchandise is added daily, so stop by and visit us today.

 

Thank you for your support!

Monday:  12:00 – 4:00
Tuesday – Friday:  10:00 – 4:00
Saturday:  12:00 – 4:00
Sundays & Holidays:  Closed

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Donate Today

We gladly accept new or gently-used, clean merchandise. Donations are accepted during business hours and tax-deductible receipts are provided. If you are cleaning out your closets,  please think of us as we strive to make our community stronger!

We appreciate:

Women’s & Men’s Clothing
Coats & Shoes
Purses & Scarves
Jewelry
Kitchenware
Household Goods
Home Decor
Artwork
Books
Small Furniture & Lamps
Gifts & Greeting Cards
Holiday & Seasonal Decor

Do you have an item of significant value that you’ve been meaning to consign or sell on-line?

Donate it to Assistance League of Seattle instead!

Simply call (206) 547-4680

Volunteer

To return more of our revenues directly back to our philanthropic programs, we staff our shop entirely with volunteers. We are always looking for friendly, dedicated people to join us. No experience is necessary and free training is provided!

Would you like to volunteer?

 

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MAKING A DIFFERENCE

Thank you. I appreciate you helping me!

 

– Seattle Student

Always the nicest volunteers at your store! I love shopping here!

 

– Diane T.

Beyond the fantastic selection of clothes, dish sets, and the deal I got on a virtually new ski jacket, the fact that the money made goes to help kids is divine! It’s the best experience I’ve had at any store for a long time. A fantastic gem!

 

– C.B.

Fun little place that is truly local. I prefer to donate here rather than Goodwill because I know it’s helping local kids.

 

– Leigh S.