The Rosetown and District Thrift Store was established in 2003 when the Salvation Army decided to close their thrift store in Rosetown.
The Thrift Store supplies:
More to meet the needs of West Central Saskatchewan clients
All items in the Thrift Store are donated from within the community and they also accept dry food donations for the Food Bank. Merchandising is on a rotating basis and the unsold items are donated to the Diabetes Association.
Staffing & Support
There are 2 staff members, 16 regular volunteers and numerous student volunteers. The Rosetown Thrift Store secures their funding support from community organizations/social clubs, business donations, individual donations, municipal contributions and funding campaigns such as raffles and hosting luncheons. The dedication and commitment of the volunteers and staff to provide a very worthwhile and much-needed community service has enabled the Rosetown Thrift Store to be self-supported.
The Thrift Store recently moved to their new facility at 116 E 2nd Avenue. For more information call the Thrift Store at 306-882-2196.