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Influencers holding thrift store items that they found as part of the I Found This digital series about celebrating shopping secondhand and thrifting

4 influencers. 4 fab finds. Unlimited thriftspiration.

Celebrate Secondhand September with our new I Found This video series — and a monthly draw for a chance to win $25 towards your next thrift haul!*

Donations of pre-loved clothing and household goods are needed in your community! Make a real difference to neighbours in need by donating today.

Level up your back-to-school game with sustainable thriftspiration from our collaborators across the country, from stylish DIYs to dorm décor & thrift hauls.

Share photos or video of your Thrift Store fab finds with the #IFoundThis hashtag on our social platforms to be automatically entered for your chance to win.

Who We Are

The Salvation Army Thrift Store, National Recycling Operations (NRO) is part of one of the largest national charities in Canada that gives hope and support to over 2.6 million people. We are proud to be one of Canada’s largest clothing recyclers. Through our Thrift Stores we offer savings on pre-loved clothing and household goods while caring for our communities and the planet we share.

By shopping and donating at The Salvation Army Thrift Store, your impact is limitless. From helping to support programs and services in your community, such as food banks, school programs and children’s camps, every purchase and every donation makes a positive impact in your community.

Our History

Salvation Army founder General William Booth was a visionary who effected great change on an international scale. As founder of The Salvation Army, General Booth responded to social concerns in the 19th century by creating an organization designed to meet the needs of all humans without discrimination.

In response to the need for jobs and affordable merchandise, coupled with a desire to preserve the land, Booth created the Household Salvage Brigade composed of men and women who collected unwanted household items. We carry on that legacy today through our Thrift Store and Donor Welcome Centre locations across the country.