Clothing & shoes
Jewelry & accessories
Furniture, lamps, & decor
Large and small appliances
Finding well-kept and clean gently used clothing, home decor and furniture can be hard to come by. Our thrift store, boutique and furniture stores in Longwood provide clients and shoppers with a wide variety of incredible goods. By shopping and donating to our thrift store, you are contributing to the aid of families and people who need our help. Read more about how the thrift outreach program works.
We are a 501c3 non-profit. Your donations are tax-deductible. We accept the following gently-used items:
What's in store? A wide variety of items are available at great prices! The boutique features new merchandise, designer fashions and accessories, one-of-a-kind collectibles, and gifts.
Thrift - Boutique
Monday-Saturday 9:30am - 5:00pm
600 N Hwy 17-92, Longwood
600 N Hwy 17-92, Longwood
Mon - Sat 9:00am - 5:00pm
Drive behind the thrift store
and follow the donation drop-off signs to the Distribution Center where you will be assisted.
Kitchenware & linens
Electronics & tools
Toys and sporting goods
Pool, lawn & yard tools
Schedule a Pick-Up
Email below or call
to schedule a pick-up for
furniture & appliances
When you pull up to The Sharing Center's Distribution Center and drop off your generous donation of used clothing and household goods, just what happens to your things? After sorting (and, in some cases, testing) by staff members and volunteers, much of it is sent to the Thrift Store and in the Boutique, which offers new or nearly new merchandise. Annually, approximately $500,000 worth of clothing and household goods are given directly to Sharing Center clients who urgently need them -- a backpack, table, couch or frying pan, for example.
But through a growing network of partnerships with nonprofit groups and businesses, the Warehouse also finds other homes for its abundance of generously donated goods. In the process, it raises money for Sharing Center programs or directly serves those in need. The goal is to find a good use for almost everything that comes in. Computers and medical equipment, such as walkers and crutches, are donated to nonprofit agencies that put them in the hands of people who need them. And some specialty merchandise is advertised on Craigslist, where a donated bridal gown, retro table radio or vintage clarinet can find just the right home.
Clothing, linens and metal objects that can't be given to clients or sold in the store are purchased by salvage companies, for example. The Sharing Center receives many more books than it can stock in its store, so some of them are sold to used-book stores. Others are donated to libraries,schools and to local jails, where they enrich the lives of inmates. Local businesses shop with us and buy collectible items, vases, picture frames and furniture.
And, by the way:That box you use to bring in your donation doesn't go to waste, either. Dozens of boxes are reused every week in Sharing Center operations -- and the rest are recycled.