Council Thrift Shop 11801 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90025 Council Thrift Shop is a thrift shop and donation center with a local store in Santa Monica. Council Thrift Shop is…More part of the National Council of Jewish Women, a local charitable organization. The store features various clothing items and household goods. Council Thrift Shop provides tax-deductible receipts for donations.
St. Matthew's Thrift Shop 2812 Main St, Santa Monica, CA90405 St. Matthew’s Thrift Shop accepts donated items from the public and sells them at low prices. Donations can be…More dropped off during store hours or be picked up by the store's staff. Proceeds help fund the St. Matthew’s Thrift Shop Foundation, which allocates money to a range of community services that provide assistance to the needy. Profits are dispersed as grants to various agencies that apply for assistance.
This expansive location of Salvation Army in Santa Monica includes an adult rehabilitation center, a thrift store and…More an accompanying boutique.
The boutique features items of better quality, priced slightly higher than ones available in the thrift store. The Salvation Army has served Southern California for more than 120 years. There is a donation drop-off center at this center as well.
Lighthouse World Charities Thrift Store 1727 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, CA90403 Lighthouse World Charities Thrift Store raises funds for the African medical missions operated by the Lighthouse Church…More of Santa Monica on 20th Street. The church's mission teams travel to Africa at least twice a year, providing thousands of villagers with basic medical needs that are otherwise unavailable to them. This shop is mostly filled with clothing for men and women, including designer brands. Clothes are organized by type, with a particularly large selection of jeans. Furniture sets and various housewares, including tableware, vases, art, glass and bric-a-brac, can also be found here. Donations are always accepted.
If you thought the Salvation Army was simply a chain of thrift stores, you haven't seen this large space off of 4th…More street and the many things that are done there. In addition to the outreach and mission work the SA is known for, the institution also has a choir, a huge amount of youth programs, a rehab center, summer and after-school camps and family services.
Begun in 1865 in England as The Christian Mission, the SA has two clear objectives: to help those in need of food and shelter and to accept all people into their ministries regardless of age, gender, race or creed. This location follows those objectives, with numerous charities being run out of it. The Southern California chapter of the Salvation Army has been around for 60 years.