Stretching a dollar is something most of us have in common these days. Thrift stores are a great way to get what you need while keeping more money in your wallet. Here’s our list of some of the best thrift stores in Missouri.
Operating under the motto, “changing the world, one life at a time”, Christian Associates proudly serves the Stone County community. These thrift shops are neat, clean, and well-organized, offering a unique shopping experience. Proceeds from their two locations, in Branson West and Nixa, go to provide emergency assistance to area clients as well as to support the programs and services of Christian Associates. In addition to a thrifty spot to shop, Christian Associates Thrift Stores are also a friendly and wholesome place to volunteer your time and talents.
Frugal’s Family Thrift Store is a ministry of In His Name Ministries of Independence, Missouri, and is the home of the WOW Factor, which provides assistance to women, orphans, and widows in the Kansas City community.
Compassion Thrift Store, part of the Community Outreach Ministries organization, can’t do everything they do without the help of donations from the generous community surrounding it. When you donate at the Compassion Thrift Store you will be able to designate how it is used to help area residents.
Come in, browse, and look for the perfect gift or treasure in this 80,000-square-foot store. Established in 2005, the Community Partnership Resale Shop is an important outreach program in the Rolla area. This popular place is stocked daily with items donated by the generous Rolla community. Proceeds from the shop support much need community outreach programs.
Upscale Resale is a popular thrift store serving the Columbia community. During store hours, the public is encouraged to help continue the success of Upscale Resale by donating gently used clothing and household items. Proceeds go to support the many philanthropic projects of the Assistance League of Mid-Missouri.
Shoppers and volunteers help these stores generate revenue to fund year-round programs that benefit those in need. Purchases here help allow the Society of St. Vincent to deliver much-need clothing and household items to people who have experienced terrible loss.