Senior Thrift

Senior Thrift

Location

5518 Woodard Avenue
Freeland WA 98249
(off SR 525 just north of Main Street in Freeland)
(360)-331-5701

 

Shopping Hours

Monday – Saturday 10 am to 5 pm. Sunday 11 am to 5 pm

Come and Shop

We offer new and lightly used clothing, furniture, household goods, outdoor items, tools, crafts, books, jewelry and children’s items. Visit our housewares department and year round Christmas room.

 

Did you know Senior Thrift is the largest thrift store in Island County? When you shop at Senior Thrift all proceeds support Island Senior Resources.

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Find special items on our eBay store.

Senior Thrift is currently closed. Senior Thrift has a tentative opening date of July 1 for the public to access the retail part of the store. Senior Thrift may be open for donations prior to July 1, pending progress into phase 2.

Senior Thrift closure

Donation Drop-Off Hours

Items will be accepted from opening until 4pm daily except Wednesdays. No donations accepted on Wednesdays at this time.

Thrift Store

Please know that we cannot guarantee items featured in the gallery will be in stock.

Volunteer. Lend A Hand.

Do you have free time that you’d like to spend volunteering to help others? Senior Thrift needs your help! Be a cashier, or help with housewares, sporting goods, hardware, arts & crafts, Christmas, clothing, or seasonal items.

The best part of volunteering is how much you receive back when you help us help others. In addition, volunteers receive 25% off merchandise.

Please stop by the store and pick up an application.

Want to help fun activities for seniors?

Our purpose is to be here for today’s and tomorrow’s elders.  We’re helping to support you today and build a support network for your future.  Your donations make that possible.

Special Thanks!

Special thanks to the businesses which contributed to Senior Thrift.

Senior Thrift Store Freeland WA

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Shop Sustainably

Buying one used item reduces its carbon footprint by 82%. If everyone chose to purchase one used item (instead of new) this year, it would save:

  • 5.7 billion pounds of CO2 emissions
  • 11 billion KwH of energy
  • 25 billion gallons of water
  • 449 million pounds of waste

Shop at Senior Thrift and reduce your carbon footprint.

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