Assistance League Thrift Shop

“New To You”

5 West Sixth Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95401

(707) 546-9484

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Hours
Monday and Wednesday, 10 AM to 1 PM.
Saturdays, 11 AM to 2PM.

Assistance League Thrift Shop has received many votes in the  Press Democrat’s Readers’ Choice Award for many years but ALL you need to know is come on down to see for yourself. 5 West 6th St, Santa Rosa, CA

 

 

 

Senior Discount Day

Monday is Senior Discount Day at our shop.  Seniors 65 and older receive 10% off all their purchases.  Not to be combined with other discounts.

Great Reputation, Quality Merchandise,
and Friendly Member Volunteers!

Assistance League Thrift Shop is an upscale, resale shop offering quality clothing, useful household items, small appliances, books, shoes and decorator items at great prices.  Additional merchandise is put out daily.  Our weekly specials make shopping a worthwhile experience.

The thrift shop is our main fundraising source.  All monies raised in the shop go directly back to the community through our philanthropic programs.  When you shop, you give!

ebay-logoSales on eBay

Assistance League has some very special items for sale on eBay.

Click here to see our sales on eBay.

Thrift Shop Donations

Your donations are always appreciated!  Funds raised benefit children and adults in need or at risk in our community.  Receipts for donations are available for tax deduction purposes.

The thrift shop sells quality resale merchandise.  All unsalable donations are recycled to other nonprofits.  Please check items you are donating and be sure they are in good condition.  Call us with any questions about donations at (707) 546-9484 during business hours. For safety and security reasons, donations are not accepted when the Shop is not open.  Please, do NOT leave items outside when we are closed,

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Donation Guidelines

We do not accept the following items for resale:

  • Large appliances
  • Carpets, unless new and clean – excludes area rugs
  • Cassettes and video tapes
  • Computers, keyboards, monitors, fax machines, printers, scanners
  • Cosmetics – used
  • Crutches, walkers and other health care aids
  • Curtain rods, draperies, shades, blinds
  • Dog houses
  • Food items
  • Glass, mirrors – unfinished edges
  • Hazardous waste, paint, wallpaper, chemicals, batteries, pills
  • Infant cribs, car seats, high chairs, swings, play pens
  • Magazines (old), textbooks, Reader’s Digest, encyclopedias
  • Mattresses, electric blankets, bed pillows, sleeping bags
  • Records, cassette tapes
  • Sinks, toilets
  • Stereo components, speakers
  • Tires, snow chains
  • Toys – broken, incomplete puzzles and games
  • TVs, VCRs
  • Weapons, ammunition, sharp instruments, knives
  • Wire hangers