The Sharing Center Thrift Program encompasses a stylish Boutique, a Furniture store, and a traditional Thrift Store, all serviced by a 4,850 square foot Donation Center. Every donation received is thoroughly processed to either sell in one of the stores to generate revenue to support our neighbors in need, salvaged with partner organizations such as book stores, metal scrapping centers, or electronic refurbishes, or outreached directly to families in need.
The Sharing Center Thrift Program is not only a major source of revenue to support our ministry, but also provides over $750,000 a year in clothing, household goods, and furniture to our neighbors in need. Last year, over 6,000 individuals were given clothing vouchers to be able to shop for their own clothing in the Thrift Store in Longwood.
I decided to use both dressers in my room and the bookshelf I am using the books and toys and the boy's room waiting to get the bunk beds in there to set it up. My whole living room is awesome and the green curtains I love!!! Thank you so much!!! You literally filled up my house with everything I need!! I absolutely love everything thank you!!! - Nikole, a mother of a LifeBuilder family who The Sharing Center supported during her transition into stable housing.
We greatly appreciate your choice to donate to The Sharing Center’s thrift store in Seminole County. When you bring your treasures here, you are helping to provide essential resources to those in need. In an effort to best help our staff and volunteers maximize your impact, please use this guide when preparing your items for donation. We are happy to answer any questions by phone or email.
Household Items We Are Unable to Accept
Furniture Items We Are Unable to Accept
Consider Bringing Any Items We Are Unable to Accept To: