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Welcome to your local MCC Thrift Shop in Leamington

Where Every Purchase Is A Gift To The World.

MCC Thrift is a non-profit thrift shop. All proceeds support Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) in local and global relief, development and peace projects. Proceeds from MCC Thrift fund programs here in Ontario, Canada and globally.

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Furniture Furniture Furniture! We've got furniture. Our Furniture Deptartment is nice and full again. Modern to vintage and DIY pieces! Amazing Home Decor and Lighting choices too. Do you have something to donate? Consider Thrift on Mill. Our furniture truck is not running just yet,but if you can get it here..we will take it! We want to thank our loyal donors and customers for a FANTASTIC first week back!
Jewellery Event Sneek Peek! Today & Tomorrow Buy 2 get 1 free! Stunning colours, lots of bling💎
Now is your chance to stock up on new accessories for patio and outdoor parties! All jewelry is buy 2, get 1 free* this Friday & Saturday. And don't forget we're open until 8pm on Friday 🤩 *lowest priced item is free
Do you have too many grocery bags in the closet? Next cycle them here! We are looking for CLEAN gently used grocery bags for customer purchases. Please keep them separate from your donations so that they remain free of holes. THANK YOU for helping us care for creation by keeping plastic bags out of the landfill!
An incredible effort is under way to assist the Kashechewan First Nation community as the devastating COVID-19 outbreak is growing. In addition to the emergency food shipments and mental health support workers 👩‍⚕️MCC has also shipped the relief supplies below: 183 comforters ✔️ 20 hygiene kits ✔️ 10 school kits ✔️ 🙌 Amazing work & thank you sponsors for your support! To Donate: https://donate.mcccanada.ca/registry/james-bay-emergency-assistance If you are interested in learning more: https://www.therecord.com/news/waterloo-region/2021/06/15/mennonite-central-committee-helping-remote-first-nations-communities.html?fbclid=IwAR0lDR3vOAAkfGVwB-ENif6emlD68xcYGktD-oo0NGHF5qQH6qwXxMX_9NE
Attention loyal donors! We have been so blessed with your many fantastic donations that we are needing a few days each week to catch up! Donations will be CLOSED on Tuesdays & Thursdays for the next few weeks. Donation hours will be.....Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays 10:00am until 4:00pm. RETAIL remains open Mon, Tues, Weds, Saturday 10-5pm. Thursday & Friday 10-8pm
Are you between the ages 16-30?! 😎 We would love to hear from you! Please take 5-10 minutes to complete the survey below. ✔️ https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ThriftSocialMedia 🥳 You will be entered for the chance to win a $50 MCC gift card. The survey will be open for 1 week (closing Wednesday, June 23rd) and the winner of the draw will be announced Friday, June 25th.
Our gently used infant & children’s clothing racks are FULLY stocked at VERY affordable prices! There’s also a fill-a-bag for $5 table 😲 #sustainablefashion #mccthrift #thriftdifferent
#SustinableMonday Tip: Instead of adding buttons & zippers to landfills - reuse them ! 👚 💡 We sell buttons and zippers to be reused. We also take these off from items that are not sellable. What are some creative ways you reuse buttons & zippers?
MCC is partnering with remote First Nations communities. 🧤 The COVID crisis is putting enormous pressure on the people of the James Bay Coast. We are asking our online community to participate is supplying emergency food assistance to our neighbours in the north. 🤝 Please see this link for further information: https://donate.mcccanada.ca/registry/james-bay-emergency-food-assistance
Welcome back!! We’re open for retail and donations today until 8pm. Thank you for your patience during peak times! We missed you!!
Have you done a bit of spring cleaning during the lockdown? 🌷 Our store will begin accepting donations on June 11th. Please see our donation schedule for more details: Monday 10am – 5pm Tuesday 10am – 5pm Wednesday 10am – 5pm Thursday 10am – 8pm Friday 10am – 8pm Saturday 10am – 5pm

Unique Second-Hand Treasures.

You’ll find what you’re looking for while making a difference to MCC programs and the environment by shopping at MCC Thrift. MCC Thrift stocks thousands of individually priced items: housewares, clothing, books, toys, and much more. Shopping at MCC Thrift is a sustainable and impactful way to save natural resources while contributing to development and relief in our local and global community.