Hours of Operation:
Monday thru Saturday
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday – Closed until May 2022
Donations at the Thrift Store are received on Tuesday thru Saturdays from 10am – 1pm. Please pull into the alley behind the Thrift Store. The donation door is at the end of the building. There are two parking spaces available. No appointments are necessary. Bring help to lift heavy items as volunteers and staff are not permitted to assist.
For questions about what donations are accepted please call the Thrift Store at 541-549-1740.
Your donation of clothing, housewares, linens, toys, and holiday items when priced and sold can buy materials and supplies for homes. Habitat for Humanity opened the Thrift Store in 1993 in order to raise funds for the building program and provide low cost goods for families in the area. In the spring of 1997 a new Thrift Store building was completed to meet the growing need for more retail space. As the population grew in Sisters, so did the need for a bigger building to house the increasing number of donations. Sisters Habitat for Humanity purchased the former Sisters Drug & Gift building on Cascade and moved its Thrift Store to the new location in April 2019.
Habitat Thrift Store
Clothing: in good shape – no tears, no stains, not dirty or worn out.
Housewares: in good condition – no broken or stained items. Blenders, mixers, crockpots, etc. must work. Small artificial plants and flowers.
Books: in good shape – no torn pages, water damage or broken bindings.
Textbooks less than 5 years old, current year magazines, no encyclopedias.
Toys: clean, usable – no missing parts.
Shoes: in good shape – not worn out, must be clean.
Linens: in good shape – no tears, stains, not worn out, must be clean.
Art: pictures up to 18” x 24” – anything larger goes to ReStore.
Holiday Decorations: costumes, clothing – no Christmas lights.
We do NOT accept:
Hazardous items: cleaning products, hazardous materials, hair spray, charcoal, propane, batteries, pressurized cans, anything flammable.
Other items: baby strollers, baby cribs, helmets (bike or otherwise), sleeping bags, bed pillows, filthy clothing, previously opened personal care items, or junk.
ReStore items: tools, electronics, luggage, pet supplies, building materials, appliances, furniture, gardening items, sporting goods, hardware, camping supplies.