Home Start Thrift Boutique Coupon

Get a good deal and do good things at the same time

We’re no ordinary thrift shop. The Home Start Thrift Boutique offers a huge selection of gently used clothing, household goods and furniture for sale.

The proceeds from your Thrift Boutique purchases help Home Start support life-changing programs such as our Maternity Shelter Program and Community Services for Families among others.

As a social enterprise, The Home Start Thrift Boutique reinvests its profits back into programs that help at-risk families and children thrive and succeed. The Thrift Boutique also employs Home Start clients, teaching them sustainable job skills.

What you’ll find at the Thrift Boutique

  • Furniture – tables, chairs, bed frames, bookshelves, sofas, recliners, dressers, nightstands
  • Household accessories – lamps, mirrors, clocks, decorative pillows, electronics
  • Kitchen goods – dishes, glasses, bowls,
  • Clothing – vintage clothing, kids’ clothes, girls’ clothes, boys’ clothes, workplace clothing, dresses, jeans, blouses, sweaters, jackets, coats, hats, shoes, sneakers, t-shirts, skirts, pants
  • Jewelry – vintage and modern necklaces, pins, earrings, bracelets, watches

Home Start Thrift Boutique location:
3611 Adams Avenue, Normal Heights

Tuesday – Saturday, 10 am – 6 pm

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Make a Donation to the Thrift Boutique

Having a Marie Kondo moment? De-clutter your life and donate your gently used clothing and household goods to the Thrift Boutique. We’ll provide a tax receipt.

Special Weekly Discount Days – Get 20% Off

  • Tuesday – Senior Discount Day (age 65+)
  • Wednesday – Military Discount Day
  • Thursday – Student Discount Day

20% discounts valid on all regular priced merchandise. Valid ID required.

Meg Jacobs generous legacy gift funds Home Start's Thrift BoutiqueThank you, Meg Jacobs 

The Home Start Thrift Boutique is a dream realized through a generous legacy gift from Margaret “Meg” Jacobs, who died of complications from breast cancer in 2012. Meg was a social worker who worked at Home Start early in her career. Through this gift, Home Start has touched the lives of so many more children and families in need of our support.

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