Abby's House Thrift Shop
The Abby's House Thrift Shop continues to be our largest single source of revenue. All of the profits from sales at the Thrift Shop fund our emergency shelter. The Thrift Shop is full of quality clothing, accessories, home goods, and bargain-priced cosmetics. We encourage you to visit the store today, not only to donate clothing and homegoods, but to add some great pieces to your wardrobe!
Monday through Thursday: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Fridays: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Saturdays: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
The Thrift Shop is closed on holidays. When Worcester Public Schools declares a snow day, the Thrift Shop will be closed.
In case of bad weather, please call ahead to make sure we're open: (508) 756-5486 extension 12.
Donations are accepted during regular shop hours. We are happy to accept gently used, seasonal women's clothing in good condition and household items of all kinds including kitchenware, lamps and decorative items. New, unopened health and beauty products are also welcome.
At times we are in need of furniture in good condition that may be used to set up an apartment, such as small kitchen sets or desk sets. If you would like to make a furniture donation, please call ahead.
We do NOT accept books, computers, TVs, furniture, records, record players, hangers, used pillows, men's clothing or used children's clothing and toys. Please note that due to the new laws regarding child safety we can only accept children's clothing or toys if they are NEW, in package or tagged.
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