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General Info
The Salvation Army donation centers accept clothes donations, furniture donations, car donations, and other gently used goods. All items sold at our thrift stores help fund local programs that heal addictions, restore families and change lives. Visit our website to schedule a free donation pick up, or to find out how we help local communities.

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TollFree: (800) 728-7825

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Salvation Army Thrift Store

Salvation Army Boutique Store

The Salvation Army Family Store & Donation Center

Thrift Shops, Charities, Social Service Organizations


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Carol l. R.



Simply too expensive. This isn't serving a lot of blue collar family the way this charity was set forth in the first place. A second hand basket, for example, was tagged at a retail price.
Carol R.

Ly O.



The Head manager at this store is very rude. I will write the head office if she continues with her embarrassing attitude. I have donated a lot of my furniture as well as buy at different Salvation Army. I have never had any issue with any employee or manager.She is rude. I will make sure to get her name next time.

Nancy Y.



Clean store but VERY over priced. No way are they pricecd resale. Curious to see how long this store will last without changing.

Robyn P.



I went in thinking that a thrift store was going to be thrifty and I shop thrift stores regularly being a single mom. It's WAY over- priced, considering that most of these items could be snagged for less than pennies on a dollar at a yard sale or less than 1/2 of these prices at other local thrift stores. This store may be staged like a boutique, it is priced like an antiques retail mall. Considering that everything they are selling was donated and is 100% profit. I was in the store and it was pretty empty of customers, I shopped more than 40 min looking for a treasure or something even remotely affordable and no one greeted me upon arrival, spoke with me or said good by as I left. I'll frequent the Goodwill or St Vincent de Paul instead. Sad, I was hoping to have another thrift to haunt for frequent purchases.

Kay A.



The prices are way too high. No baby clothes. Overall it all looked nice but the prices are sky high. Will not be shopping there. If you are looking for inexpensive, affordable it isn't at this store.