The Women's Board Thrift Shop is back! All guidelines from the county, state, and CDC have been implemented.
The Thrift Shop, managed by the Women’s Board, is Olney’s best kept secret for over 40 years! It is a wonderful place to find just what you are looking for! It has gifts, decorative materials, and necessities.
Items may include:
- Clothing for men, women and children
- Shoes and accessories
- Children's Toys
- A wide array of books
- Household goods
- …And more!
All funds raised support Women's Board pledges made to MedStar Montgomery Medical Center and their Scholarship Program, for students pursuing a degree in healthcare.
Location: Corner of Prince Philip Drive and Route 108
Open for sales, Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. | Contact 301-774-9638 or [email protected] with any questions.
Beginning Monday, April 19, we will accept donations from 2 to 4 pm, Monday through Saturday. We ask that you place your donations in the shed to the right of the back receiving door. The shed will be unlocked and open during those hours and donation receipts will be available there. Someone will be either near the shed or in the normal receiving room should you need assistance unloading your vehicle - just let us know!
The Women's Board greatly appreciates every donation. Unfortunately, due to space/storage limitations, safety, legal, or environmental concerns, we cannot accept the following items listed on this document.
Montgomery County's policy on used bags: Tax applies to thrift shops and non-profit organizations. Recyclable bags are welcome.
The Thrift Shop has a long history, beginning in 1966 at the Barnsley House in Olney. Though its location changed over the years, the support it's given the hospital has remained the same. Today, the Thrift Shop is housed in the former Nurses' Home, built in 1937. Since then, the landmark has gone through many renovations, but thanks to the community-it has become a city treasure!