Country Thrift Market reopens with modified hours starting April 24th. Strict social distancing policies are enforced:
Everyone must be wearing a mask - no exceptions
Remain 6-feet apart from others
One (1) adult per shopping cart
All children must be in shopping cart
FOLLOW DIRECTIONS - Aisles designed for one-way traffic
If you are sick, stay home
Donations to Country Thrift Market are accepted Tuesday and Wednesday ONLY - Please see staff before bringing items into the store.
The Country Thrift Market at the Greater Washington County Food Bank is a large, retail space with discounted products that range from gently-used clothing, toys and games, baby clothes and equipment, kitchen and house decor, party supplies, entertainment material, toiletries, seasonal gifts and accessories, as well as food, drinks, and sweets.
Open to the entire community, every dollar spent at the Country Thrift Market is in support of the Greater Washington county Food Bank. For every $1 a customer spends, the Food Bank can purchase $5 worth of food for those in need. Shopping for a cause!
Weekly specials that rotate in addition to the already low prices, we encourage you to come check out Route 40's best kept secret.
Our mission is to support the community by providing affordable goods and training while also supporting the Greater Washington County Food Bank fight against food insecurities. Offering new and gently used items, Country Thrift Market has something for everyone!
Monday 10 AM to 3 PM
Tuesday - Friday 10AM to 6PM
Saturday 9AM to 4:30PM
Donations are Gladly Accepted!
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