The MCSC Thrift Store is open for shopping and donations Monday – Friday 10am-2pm. Stop on by!

Fabulous Finds Thrift Shoppe is a quaint and friendly treasure located inside of the Monroe Community Senior Center at 276 Sky River Parkway right across from the Boys and Girls Club. 

Our little Thrift Store at MCSC is run by all volunteers; and we are often asked what items can people bring in and donate for the Thrift Store to sell to the public.  Of course, the success of our Thrift Store depends on these generous donations of gently used items; and we really appreciate all that you bring in!  All proceeds from sales go toward funding the MCSC.

Due to space limitations, we don’t have room for big furniture.

Well then. . . come on in, see our great prices and enjoy a cozy and unique shopping experience!

Here are some of the items we accept. . .

Clothing: (in great condition – please, no underwear) We have very limited space for clothing, but customers enjoy buying what we do have!

Footwear: (clean and gently worn): shoes, boots, slippers, sandals

Fashion Accessories: jewelry, hats, scarves, belts

Craft Supplies: Wide variety, includes yarn, embroidery and stitchery items

Housewares:  Small appliances, cookware, dishes, glassware, cups, dispensers, flatware, coasters, serving dishes, storage containers

Decorative items & Knick Knacks: baskets, ceramic figurines-etc., pictures, vases, plant pots, candle sticks and candles, small collectables/antiques

Household Items: Small items like flashlights, small lamps, mirrors, vanity items, decorative pillows

Linens: table cloths, napkins & napkin rings, placemats, table runners, drapes/curtains, blankets & quilts (please, no used sheets, pillowcases, or bed pillows)

Seasonal and Holiday Decorative Items

Greeting Cards: Best prices in town!!!

Pet Supplies: collars, leashes, toys

MCSC also accepts other donations, such as Books for our library, Assistive Devices (canes, walkers, wheelchairs, commodes, shower chairs, etc.), and Puzzles.

Call 360.794.6359 to see what the current need is.  Thank you!