No effort is made to group higher end or designer items together. No party or celebration clothing assembled in easily identified areas. All "black dresses" grouped together on a rack or racks, whether they are Vera Wang or Target or Walmart goods. Had I known this, I would have given my goods to those who might find a use for them, or donated them to the Assistance League or other service organizations. In general, quantity does not mean quality here. This is evidently a "get it in" operation, and hopefully, if you are lucky, it will eventually be sold from the over-loaded, disorganized racks. There has to be a market for better quality goods, even in "this is Bellingham," the city of subdued excitement. Next lot of clothing I will take to Seattle or perhaps even Vancouver, where they appreciate excellent quality.
1515 Birchwood AveBellingham, WA 98225
From Business: The Salvation Army donation centers accept clothes donations, furniture donations, car donations, and other gently used goods. All items sold at our thrift stores…