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Community Thrift Store

La Casa de las Madres strives to provide domestic violence survivors who are fleeing violence with the basic necessities they need, including safe shelter, emergency food, clothing, and support with household establishment.  We have limited storage capacity, however.  While we keep our “clothing closet” and basic supplies on hand, we often receive a higher volume of clothing and household donations than we can handle.

In partnership with the Community Thrift Store, we are able to utilize more of your new or gently used clothing, furniture, and housewares to benefit the women, teens, and families we serve.

How Does it Work?

When you take your in-kind donation to the Community Thrift Store and make it in La Casa’s name, your contribution will transform into shopping vouchers that La Casa provides to the women and families in our programs.  These vouchers are redeemed for necessities at the thrift store, providing a direct link between your donation and our program participants.

So, bring last season’s outfits or the dining set you just replaced to the Community Thrift Store, and you’ll provide opportunities for women and families to shop for free from the whole store of goods!  Participants in our programs can select the clothes that fit their body and sense of style, enrobing them in confidence.  They also have direct access to the variety of household items that they may need to rebuild a safer life.

Community Thrift Store
623 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA 94110

The Community Thrift Store accepts donations seven days a week.  Pick-ups are available on a limited basis.  Please contact the store for more information.

first to see if we can make immediate use of your donation directly!

Call the development department with questions at 415-503-0500.


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