Good Cheer Thrift Stores – two locations for twice as much shopping fun!
Why buy new when used will do… and you can help end hunger at the same time?
Our selection changes daily, so browse often, and remember – when you shop Good Cheer Thrift Stores, you are shopping to feed families!
GOOD CHEER THRIFT STORES HAVE PARTIALLY RE-OPENED
Langley Good Cheer Thrift Store is open every Wednesday and Saturday from Noon to 5 p.m.
Ken’s Korner Good Cheer Two Thrift Store is open every Tuesday and Friday from Noon to 5 p.m.
We will not be taking any donations at the stores at this time. Masks and hand sanitizer are required are required.
HAVE ITEMS TO DONATE?
The Good Cheer Donation Center is now open Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. or until our capacity has been reached for the day.
We’ve set up cones and signs to direct you through dropping off your donations.
There are some new rules.
1. WEAR A MASK. THIS IS NOT OPTIONAL.
2. All donations will be evaluated before we take them. Please, DO NOT bring anything that you wouldn’t buy in the store. We don’t have the staff or the storage space to process damaged items or unwearable clothing.
3. Clothes should be in bags, all other items should be in boxes that can be opened and checked.
4. No furniture. Again, we don’t have the room to store it. All donations are being quarantined at Bayview before processing, so our space is limited.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Langley Good Cheer Thrift Store
Located at the corner of 2nd Street and Anthes Avenue
Our flagship Langley Store offers collectibles antiques, housewares, seasonal decorations, kitchenware, clothing and shoes for the entire family, linens, fabric and craft items, a toy department, artwork, used books, estate jewelry, electronics, and furniture.
Good Cheer Two Thrift Store
Located in the Ken’s Korner Shopping Center off Highway 525 & Langley Rd
Located in the Ken’s Korner Shopping Center, next to Island Drug and Family Fitness. Our Clinton store offers everything from furniture, clothing for the family, and home decor, to a ‘man-cave’ with tools, appliances, and electronics.