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Senior Thrift

5518 Woodard Avenue
Freeland, WA 98249
(off SR 525 just north of Main Street in Freeland)

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We offer new and lightly used clothing, furniture, household goods, outdoor items, tools, crafts, books, jewelry and children’s items. Visit our housewares department and year round Christmas room. When you shop at Senior Thrift all proceeds support Island Senior Resources.

Senior Thrift Hours of Operation

Senior Thrift shopping hours:

  • Wednesday – Saturday open from 10 am – 4 pm
  • Closed Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
Senior Thrift accepts donations:
  • Wednesday – Saturday 10 am – 3 pm (or until capacity is reached).
  • All clothing donated must be washed and in good condition. We are unable to accept the following items: bed frames, broken items, computers, exercise machines, headboards, helmets, inflatables, laptops, mattresses, mattress pads, mattress toppers, oils & varnishes, paints, particle board furniture, printers, rusted metal, ski equipment, sleeping bags, Styrofoam coolers, tv (tube, wall mounted), and used candles.

5518 Woodard Avenue
Freeland WA 98249
(off SR 525 just north of Main Street in Freeland)

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Senior Thrift Mask Policy

ISR’s revised COVID-19 mask policy as of March 22, 2022, is as follows:

  1. Masks are not required for staff, volunteers, or the general public.
  2. We do encourage those entering Senior Thrift to wear a mask out of an abundance of caution.

We also strongly recommend the following

  1. For maximum protection of self and others, masks should be N95 or KN95 quality whenever possible.
  2. If you feel sick or have COVID-19 or flu-like symptoms, stay home to care for yourself and protect others.

Choosing to continue to wear a mask regardless of the policy is a personal decision based on your (or your doctor’s) assessment of your own risk. The ISR team will respect the rights and concerns of anyone choosing to wear a mask.

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Volunteer. Lend A Hand.

Do you have free time that you’d like to spend volunteering to help others?  The best part of volunteering is how much you receive back when you help us help others. 

Shop Sustainably at Senior Thrift

Buying one used item reduces its carbon footprint by 82%. If everyone chose to purchase one used item (instead of new) this year, it would save:

  • 5.7 billion pounds of CO2 emissions
  • 11 billion KwH of energy
  • 25 billion gallons of water
  • 449 million pounds of waste

Shop at Senior Thrift and reduce your carbon footprint.

Special Thanks!

Special thanks to Puget Sound Energy. Thank you for the generous $50,000 grant. This paid for the solar panels and installation. Solar panels were installed by Whidbey Sun and Wind.