Bartlett >Second Hand Goods > Goodwill
Community thrift store accepts and sells donations of used clothing and housewares for a good cause..
Nonprofit chain of stores boasts more than 2,000 retail outlets and 3,300 donation centers nationwide. The charitable model relies on community members to contribute their gently used (or new) belongings--anything ranging from business and casual wear to home appliances, children's toys to books and computers--and purchase others' donations. The proceeds from the bargain-priced wares go toward job training and career-placement services for disadvantaged populations, including welfare recipients, homeless citizens and those with physical and mental disabilities.
Best Thrift Shop I've Been To.
I started going into this place back when I first learned I was pregnant. I went back when I started needing Maternity clothes. I found so many! You do have to search because they don't have their own section, but you'll find them. We went back today, because the only thing I don't have ready for the baby was a Changing Table. As soon as we walked to that section, there was a Changing Table just waiting for us!
The people who work there are wonderful, with very nice attitudes. One of them even kept watch over the Changing Table so that we could look around, and that no one would snag it.
I highly recommend this place. Maternity Clothes and Baby Items are so expensive if you were to buy them brand new. You can find "like-new" things at a fraction of the price here.
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