Grand Junction has a lot of options when it comes to donating second-hand merchandise.

Great Options in Grand Junction

There are several organizations in Grand Junction vying for donations of used merchandise to be sold in their stores. For years, Grand Junction shoppers have enjoyed finding bargains at the Goodwill and Salvation Army thrift stores, as well as the Habitat store.

Zane Mathews
Zane Mathews

The new kid on the block in Grand Junction is the arc Thrift Store, which opened in the Eastgate Shopping Center in 2020. Their store is huge, with the floor space dominated by clothing. However, the selection of merchandise includes everything from furniture to household items, outdoor gear, tools, and much more.

Some Things Can Not Be Donated

People who want to donate to the arc Thrift Store may not realize there is a long list of items they will not accept. Of course, this is true with any thrift store and the rules are slightly different with each one. For example, there are a lot of things that could appropriately be donated to the Habitat Restore, but aren't accepted at the arc.

The list is long, but here's a shorter list of things you can not donate to the arc Thrift Store in Grand Junction.

20 Things You Can't Donate To the ARC Store In Grand Junction

The arc Thrift Store is one of several places in Grand Junction that accepts donations of used items to be resold in their stores. What is appropriate at one place, might not be acceptable at another. The arc Thrift Store is still pretty new, having been in Grand Junction for just over a year. People may not be familiar with the types of things they sell - or the kinds of merchandise they will not accept for resale. The following list is not comprehensive, but here are 20 things you can't donate to the arc Thrift Store.

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