Our thrift store is pretty great. It has the largest selection of quality clothing of all local thrift stores. Not only will
you find some great deals, but the proceeds help fund our operating costs. People who need clothing but can't afford it can shop for free. This may be homeless persons who just need a change of clothes; fire victims; a family fleeing from domestic violence with only the clothes on their backs; a person needing nicer clothing for job interviews; and people getting a new job that requires different clothing.
Clothing Items, Furniture, 14,000 Books, Housewares, Gifts, etc.
POP! Thrift Store open
Monday - Saturday from 10:00 until 5:00
Drive right into
our parking lot with
We'll help you unload but the gates close at 5:00.
We cannot accept large appliances, mattresses, or baby furniture and baby gear like cribs, carriers, bouncie chairs, etc. as there are many ongoing safety recalls on these types of items.
Thanks so much!
Unfortunately, we are no longer able to pick up donations due to cost of fuel and very limited staff.
Drop by any of the stores below for your free Treasure Map!
The Local Nonprofit Thrift Store Treasure Map in PDF format # 1 (Click Here)
The Local Nonprofit Thrift Store Treasure Map in PDF format # 2 (Click Here)
These are the local nonprofit stores – we keep overhead costs extremely low
and fund local social service programs. We also keep at least 95% of proceeds and your donated items local to serve people here in Shasta County.
Our stores are packed with treasures.
When you shop at our stores you are helping your community.
If one of us doesn’t have just what you are looking for, another might!
We’re working together to help people here in Shasta County.
1. All Saints Thrift Shop • All Saints Episcopal Church 223-2523
3268 Bechelli Lane, Redding Open M-Th 10-4:00, Fri 10-1:00 Clothing small appliances, dishes, antiques. We can accept donations while open. With the help of our all volunteer staff, donations from the public and support of our customers, we recycle our merchandise into dollars to help serve local charities: Empire Recovery, Francis Court, Good News Rescue Mission, People of Progress, HIV Food Bank, Lifeline, Northern Valley Catholic Social Service, Special Olympics, The Salvation Army, Shasta County Women’s Refuge, Southeast Asian Christian Ministry, Youth For Christ. Located south of Hartnell.
2. A Second Time Around • Northern Valley Catholic Social Service 241-4781
872 North Market Street, Redding Open Mon - Sat 10-5:00 Clothing, furniture, household items, antiques. NVCSS serves over 6,233 clients in Shasta, Tehama & Butte counties. Our thrift shop helps fund our teen programs and Second Home day center. Donation pick up is available.
Located on North Market Street near Caldwell Park.
3. POP! Super-Sized Thrift Shop • People of Progress 243-3811
1242 Center St., Downtown Redding Open M-Saturday 10-5:00, Huge selection of quality items: 6,000 clothes, shoes, 10,000 books, furniture, housewares, small appliances, antiques, collectibles, electronics, etc. in our 5,000 sf remodeled sales floor. POP’s Food Bank and Resource Center helps over 14,000 people annually with over 290,000 meals, 10,000 clothing items, blankets, 1800 bus passes, diapers, prescriptions, voicemail, casework, referrals, and information services. We have two Community Gardens. Donations are received Mon - Saturday until 4:30. All your support stays local to fund our social service programs. Located downtown just west of the California/Shasta Street intersection.
4. Sacred Heart Thrift Store • Sacred Heart Catholic Church 365-5853
2652 Gateway Drive, Anderson Open M-F 10-4:00 and Saturdays until 3:00 Clothing, books, and household items, collectibles, jewelry, furniture. Store sales support Catholic faith based education and we provide clothing vouchers for Anderson Cottonwood Christian Assistance. Donations accepted during store hours. Please call first if you have larger items. Located behind North Valley Bank.
5. Second Helpings • First Christian Church 226-8000
2636 Churn Creek Rd, Suite B Redding Open Tues-Sat 10-4 Clothing, books, collectibles & household items. A boutique shopping experience but with low, low prices! A ministry of First Christian Church, proceeds go to our congregational general fund, from there, they support many ministries including these organizations: Faithworks, Good News Rescue Mission, HIV Food Bank, People of Progress, Relay For Life, The Salvation Army, Shasta County Women’s Refuge, Southeast Asian Christian Ministry, and Ward House. Please call. We accept most donations offsite and cannot accept large appliances or electronics. Located across from Auto Zone and behind The Hearth.
6. The Attic • The Oregon Street Attic 243-3688
1336 Oregon St, Downtown Redding Open M-Fri 10-2 Donations 10-2 Clothing, books, household items and kitchenware. No couches or appliances. Established in 1961, we are an all volunteer organization with no paid staff. Our low-cost items help those in severe need while the proceeds from sales go
back into the local community to support other nonprofits such as Wings of Angels, Meals on Wheels, YMCA, Redding Police Chaplains and more.
7. The Salvation Army Thrift Stores • The Salvation Army 241-4223
1557 Pine St. and 4460 Westside Rd, (HWY 273 at Breslauer) in Redding and 493 Antelope Rd. in Red Bluff. Open M-Sat 9-4:50 Clothing, furniture, household items, antiques, large appliances. Your local stores raise funds to help 18,000 people in need in our community and assist people in disasters. All store donations and proceeds stay local. Donations accepted Monday thru Saturday at our HWY 273/Breslauer location. Please call to have items picked up.
8. Etc. Thrift Shop • Frontier Senior Center 365-2533
2965 E Center St, Anderson Open Tues - Fri 10 – 4:00, Sat 10-2:00. Sales benefit Frontier Senior Center.
DONATIONS: Unlike other for-profit thrift shops, donations in the above stores are sold or used locally to benefit local nonprofit services. Some of our shops are small and we can’t always accept all your large donations due to space or staffing limitations. Some of us need to have a phone call first to arrange donations and some accept donations offsite. Please give us a call if you have a large quantity of donations, items you are unsure of, or need your furniture picked up.
We greatly appreciate your donations and without your support, cannot be here to serve people and communities in Shasta County. Thank you for your help!
RECYCLING: Salvation Army will recycle all your unusable clothing, small appliances, computers and electronics. Local landfills now recycle mattresses, couches and upholstered items, large appliances and electronics.
We cannot be open seven days a week but the impact of our services helps our local communities 24/7.
Thank you for your shopping and donation support!