Hello Thrift Shoppers & Hospice Supporters!
We know you love shopping at the Hospice East Bay Thrift Shoppes! You love coming in because the merchandise we offer is unique, priced fairly and donated to us by our local community.
Now for the first time we are offering an amazing selection of our very best items in our new Hospice Online Shoppe! We are putting much of our higher-end jewelry online, including 14-karat gold, silver, pearls and one-of-a-kind family heirlooms, along with many high-end purses in mint condition.
If you don't want to deal with the hassle of in-store shopping, this is a good way to look over the items you may want to buy from the comfort of your home. These items are not currently for sale in the stores, so be sure to take a look!
Once you've purchased your item, you can either come into the participating store to pick it up when convenient, or call us ahead of time so we can bring it out to your car.
Currently, all six of our store locations are participating in the online shoppe: Alamo, Concord, Danville, Martinez, Pleasant Hill, and Walnut Creek!
Hospice East Bay operates six Thrift Shoppes throughout Contra Costa County, featuring a wide range of vintage items, clothing, fine and costume jewelry, collectibles, furniture, household items, art work, books, CDs and DVDs—all donated by members of our community.
Shoppe Hours: Mon-Sat, 10-4 pm; Sun, 11-4 pm
Donation Hours (during Covid): 10am until full on Mondays through Saturdays only! Please be aware that on many days, our donation storage is full by noon, so please come early or call first!
3162 Danville Blvd, (925) 820-6525
5350 Clayton Road, (925) 674-9427
444 Diablo Road, (925) 838-7697
550 Morello Avenue, (925) 372-3821
Pleasant Hill (map)
959 Contra Costa Blvd, (925) 349-9680
Walnut Creek (map)
1345 Newell Avenue, (925) 947-1064
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• Have a flair for fashion and appreciate vintage and decorative merchandise?
• Would you like to be part of a team dedicated to excellent customer service?
• Want to be part of an organization that does good works throughout the East Bay?
If your answer is Yes! then come help us out by sorting, pricing, preparing and selling interesting stuff! You can volunteer in any or all off our six Hospice Thrift Shoppes throughout the East Bay—Alamo, Concord, Danville, Martinez, Pleasant Hill and Walnut Creek.
Can you donate any of the following items?
Furniture, Clothing, Housewares, Jewelry, Home & Garden, Vintage
Hospice Thrift Shoppes need your donations of gently used furniture, clothing, housewares, jewelry and vintage items. If you have items of furniture to donate, we will pick them up at your home. To schedule a pick-up time, please call our Concord Shoppe at (925) 674-9072. Delivering your donations in bags that weigh less than 20lbs is much appreciated.
A Note to our Generous Donors
The Hospice Thrift Shoppes do not have a central processiing facility, all donations are processed by our staff and volunteers at the store which receives them. Please be careful to include only those items which you think are resaleable. We have to pay to dispose of unusable donations—a cost which comes out of the funds we provide for patient care. Please give us a call if you're unsure about your donation.
Thank you for supporting community-based hospice care! Your support allows us to achieve our mission of supporting and comforting people and their loved ones through the final stages of life. All contributions to Hospice East Bay are tax-deductible.
We accept the following items:
Furniture (in good condition)
Area Rugs (in good condition)
Home & Garden Décor
Linens (bed & kitchen)
Clothing (gently used)
Books & Records
We do not accept these items:
Beds & Bedding
Furniture with rips, stains or scratches
Soiled, torn or stained clothing
Skis and boots
Console TVs and stereos
Reader’s Digest books
Proceeds from Hospice Thrift Shoppes support the programs and services of Hospice East Bay, including our inpatient Bruns House facility, and help us to fulfill our mission to care for ALL medically qualified patients, regardless of their ability to pay. Your contributions are tax deductible and receipts will be provided.