Thank you for your Support!
Your donations of salable items do double duty:
(1) Providing Thrift Shop customers with re-usable products at a reasonable cost and
(2) Generate dollars for scholarships and community projects.
$3 million donated to date.
Your donations have benefited:
|Anacortes Senior Center||Meals on Wheels||Anacortes Robotics Team|
|Anacortes Public Library||Kiwanis Meadows Park||Students of the month|
|Anacortes Community Theatre||Depot Arts Center||Skagit County Hospice|
|Friends of the Forest||Salvation Army Food Bank||Skagit Concert Band|
|Boys & Girls Club||Causland Park Memorial Park Restoration||Anacortes Family Center|
|Kiwanis Childrens Cancer Center||Anacortes Food Bank||Anacortes School District Enrichment Grant|
|Special Olympics||Library Summer Reading Program||And many more...|
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Serving the Families and Children of Anacortes Since 1926
Kiwanis Shop is Temporarily Closed
Joint Press Release by
The Kiwanis Thrift Shop
The Soroptimist Thrift Shop
The Red Door Thrift Shop
Three Anacortes Thrift Shops to Close Until Further Notice
In light of precautionary measures enacted in Skagit County and the State of Washington to combat the spread of COVID-19, the Kiwanis, Soroptimist and Red Door thrift shops will be closed on Friday, March 13, 2020 and remain closed until further notice. They plan to follow the actions taken by the Anacortes Senior Activity Center. The shops will announce their reopening times on their websites: anacorteskiwanis.org, soroptimistanacortes.org, and reddoorthriftshop.com. Given the lack of staff and storage space, all three thrift shops ask that donations not be dropped off until further notice.
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Kiwanis Noon Club Meetings are cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns.
1019 8th Street