Visiting Nurses Thrift Shops
|We invite you to discover:
Vintage, Gently Used & New Clothing
Books, Records & CDs
Furniture & Household Items
|Thrift Shop Hours
Monday – Saturday: 9am to 6pm
Sunday: 11am to 5pm
Monday – Saturday: 9am to 5pm
Sunday: 11am to 4pm
Visit Our Two Stores for a Unique & Fun Shopping Experience!
As many may already know, we opened a second Thrift Shop at 749 S. Market Blvd. in Chehalis (formerly known as Smith Pharmacy), which is located next to Ace Hardware (formerly known as Fuller's Market). We opened to the public, President’s Day, February 15, 2010. The community has shown tremendous support by bringing in their gently used and clean household items and goods. The store in Centralia at 222 S. Pearl also remains open to offer you the continued unique experience of finding those hidden treasures.
A unique feature of both our Thrift Shops is the Auction Display Window. All items in the window have been donated and are numbered and given a base price for a Silent Auction. The Silent Auction is held for a period of time usually two months. The Visiting Nurses Thrift Shops are also an excellent bargain if you enjoy shopping. For example, if you are trying to decorate a room in the 70’s style, you will probably find everything here. If you are looking to add a new piece to a room makeover, it doesn’t have to be new. A can of spray paint can transform a picture frame or candle stick. Fabric paint can change the color or tone of a beautiful piece of upholstered furniture. You are only limited by your imagination. Remember, “One person’s trash is another person’s treasure.”
Our Foundation is a charitable, nonprofit corporation that supports home health and hospice patients in our communities as well as bereavement support for their families. Programs such as Comfort Therapies for hospice patients are funded on an ongoing basis by the Foundation. Be assured that 100% of contributions are used for care and assistance because all of the administrative expenses of the Foundation are paid by Foundation businesses such as the Thrift Shops. No donation funds are used for overhead expenses.