AVHS Thrift Store & More
1123 E Main Street, Auburn WA 98002
Hours: Monday – Saturday, 10 am – 6 pm Sunday 11 am – 5 pm
Help us change lives…four paws at a time!
Come visit the Thrift Store! New treasures daily!
Our store is more than just a thrift store!
We have dealer consignment area featuring antiques, jewelry, specialty items, and other collectible treasures.
We have housewares, tools, books, videos, clothing, pet items, pet kennels, and so much more!
We love your gently used items that you might give your mother, brother or your sister.
Please, remember broken items or non-working items will take money away from the puppies and kitties at the shelter if we have to dispose of it or haul it away.
All the proceeds benefit the lost and abandoned animals at the AVHS shelter as well as the programs provided by the Auburn Valley Humane Society.
Sometimes, we have too many donations to process and may not be able to take your donations right away. Call us before dropping off your donations.
Please drop off your donation during regular business hours, Monday – Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sundays from 12 to 4 p.m.
If you are interested in having a consignment booth, please contact us at 253-249-7849.
Have free time & want to help the animals?
Thrift Store volunteers are always needed to help during business hours to:
Assist with pricing
Sorting and collecting
Assist customers with donations
Assist customers with purchases
Promoting and marketing the thrift store
We apologize, but we CAN not accept:
Beds or mattresses
Old computer printers
Oversize TV’s or old TV’s and computer monitors
Paint, chemicals or cleaning products
Gas powered yard equipment
Whether you are downsizing, moving or just cleaning, please consider donating to the AVHS Thrift Store & More.
Consignment booths are bringing in a variety of treasures and antiques. If you are interested in renting a consignment booth, please contact us at 253-249-7849 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vendor Booth #60 (designated as the Extraordinary Medical Fund) provides for special medical tests for shelter cats and kittens to determine if the animals have FIV and/or FELV before they are adopted. The fund also provides for special medical and dental surgeries and medical food for the shelter animals.
Vendor Booth #59 (designated as the Public Veterinary Assistance Fund) provides one-time financial assistance for non-routine animal medical care for low-income residents of the city of Auburn. The goal of the Public Veterinary Assistance Fund is to keep more pets in loving homes.