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thrift store

n.
A shop that sells used articles, especially clothing, as to benefit a charitable organization. Also called thrift shop.
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Vincent de Paul Society's thrift store in Libertyville isn't new, but it had outgrown its space on Milwaukee Avenue.
The Idaho Youth Ranch is a big player in the Idaho thrift store market.
It is the second thrift store coming to the vicinity.
YWCA NCW is proud to announce and welcome Sherry Dawley as the new Development Director, and Susan Thornsberry as the new Store Manager of the YWCA Thrift Store.
The nonprofit's mission is to positively impact local communities through its thrift store operations.
50 Nifty Thrifty Upcycled Fashions : Sew Something From Nothing teaches the basics of how to create a new wardrobe from old pieces and thrift store finds, and offers not just sewing tips, but ideas for finding materials, designing garments, and making embellishments.
A River Road building leased to a thrift store that supports drug rehabilitation programs has sold.
The Seattle Times reported the Value Village thrift store in the city's Capitol Hill neighbourhood has shut its doors.
When someone in our family tosses a cloth item, such as clothes or sheets, into the thrift store giveaway box, I inspect it for holes or stains, because our thrift shop will throw damaged items away.