Shop OppShop

Do you love a good deal?  Are you a collector of glassware?  Do you love finding a good book or discovering a new genre of music?  OppShop may soon be your new favorite shopping spot.

We’re located at 3045 5th Street Highway.

Stylish and Oh So Affordable

Our expansive retail thrift store carries a wide variety of clothing for men, women and children.  Looking for jeans? We’ve got what you need for work, for play or for that fun night on the town.  We carry seasonal clothing from winter coats and boots, and festive holiday clothing to shorts and tank tops for your summer vacation.

 

For Your Home

We carry the practical and functional items you need for your home.  From furniture and housewares to bedding and kitchen tables–we’ve got what you need .  Looking for pots, pans and plates for your first apartment? Do you need a thrifty way to complete the guest room? OppShop is your go-to place for your home furnishings.

 

Unique.  Interesting.  And just what you’re looking for.

Whether you’re a fan of jazz, an avid reader of  sci-fi novels or can’t resist cute cat figurines, you’re sure to find something at OppShop to add to your collection.  Our book, media and music sections attract collectors and aficionados from near and far. We’re adding new treasures on the shelves every day.

 

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The best part of shopping at OppShop is knowing that your purchase supports the programs and services of  Opportunity House.  Your purchase helps us provide safety, security and stability for the over 500 families a year who come to Opportunity House for emergency shelter.  

We gladly take donations at the back of OppShop, Tuesday through Saturday 10 am to 6 pm.  All donations will be accepted at the discretion of staff. We have to pay to dispose of items that can’t be reused or recycled, which takes away from our charitable mission.

 

Items Accepted:

  • Appliances (refrigerators, freezers, washers, dryers and dishwashers in working condition)
  • Arts and crafts items
  • Bedding and linens
  • Belts
  • Books
  • CDs, DVDs, VHS tapes and working VCR’s
  • Clothing
  • Computer equipment (except monitors)
  • Dishes, glasses and cutlery
  • Electronics
  • Holiday decorations (including Halloween costumes)
  • Household and office furniture
  • Jewelry
  • Knick-knacks, baskets and other decorative items
  • Most metal equipment (bikes, cans, old barbecues and lawn and garden equipment)
  • pots, pans and other kitchen equipment
  • Purses and handbags
  • Shoes
  • Sports equipment
  • Stuffed animals
  • Toys

Items Not Accepted:

  • Chemicals
  • Console TV’s and Stereo’s
  • Copiers
  • Doors, windows, blinds and other building supplies
  • Fluorescent lights
  • Infant/toddler furniture (cribs, playpens, car seats, high chairs, strollers, etc.)
  • Monochrome computer monitors
  • Office chairs with fewer than 5 wheels
  • Shag carpets
  • Tires
  • Tubs, toilets and sinks
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