Vero Vine Top 9 Thrift Stores

Unique items you can’t find anywhere else for a fraction of the price are just a couple of reasons thrift shopping is so rewarding. Check out these local thrift shops that are offering awesome deals daily! 

Let us know your favorite place to stroll for deals in the comments below!


Humane Society Thrift Shop

At the HSVB&IRC, we operate two successful Thrift Stores that substantially support our organization every day. On behalf of the 7,000+ animals we serve each year, we say thanks to the generous people who donate items, volunteer, and shop with us! All of your donations stay in our community- to serve our local shelter.


Women’s Refuge Resale Shop

Our proceeds support the women who come to the Women’s Refuge of VB. The Refuge provides a place of hope & help for the emotionally & spiritually wounded.


Upcycle It!

The Upcycle It Store is a unique thrift store that benefits Keep Indian River Beautiful. The store started out as a reuse and exchange center and has evolved into the special place it is today. Our goal is to help divert materials from filling the landfill and educate ALL generations to consider alternative uses of items before throwing them away. It’s an eclectic mix of home decor items, art, and crafting items that are sure to soothe the crafter’s heart. 


VNA Hidden Treasures

With jeans for two dollars, sweaters and jackets for three, and a wide variety of other affordable clothing, housewares, and furniture, anyone can find a great deal! VNA Hospice’s Hidden Treasures thrift stores offer high-quality merchandise at low prices. Proceeds from the stores help to offset the day-to-day operating expense of the VNA Hospice House and benefit VNA Hospice’s mission of providing compassionate care for any Indian River County resident facing a life-limiting illness.


Hospital Auxiliary Thrift Shop

The Auxiliary of IRMC Thrift Shop is one of Vero Beach’s oldest thrift shops. It was started in 1961 and has been in its current location since 1977. We carry clothing for all members of the family, house goods, and small furniture. Donations are welcome and are tax-deductible. You can’t miss the shop on 14th Avenue – it’s the pink building with the pink awnings. The Auxiliary of Indian River Medical Center also operates the Pink Corner Gift Shop located in the main lobby of IRMC.


Tambourine Resale Shop

A community outreach of the John’s Island Service League. All sales directly support numerous non-profit family service agencies in Indian River County.


Indian River Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Check us out before spending your money. We have variety of items from quality building materials, household furniture, appliances, home decor & electronics to name some. Items come in every day. Profits go directly to build new homes for families in need.


To Every Nation Thrift Store

To Every Nation is a not for profit organization. Offering clothing, furniture, children’s items, household goods in good clean, working condition.


Goodwill

Long-standing nonprofit chain with a range of pre-owned clothing, furniture, housewares & more.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Nikki Lindsay

Nikki Lindsay literally has the Treasure Coast, especially Vero Beach as her home and her office. Having grown up and educated in Indian River County Nikki works with a deep knowledge to tend Vero Vine with a continual reach into all the communities of the Treasure Coast. She is in the vineyard virtually every day. Following its growth, nurturing start-ups, longtime roots, and branches of businesses, non-profits, municipalities, and everyday people. Nikki makes certain Vero Vine is connected.

The “real world” is Vero Beach Marketing where Nikki was recruited and is being mentored by Creative Director/ Owner, Stacy Cook. Nikki’s daily efforts include website management, email marketing, newsletter development, and most notably social engagement. Nikki has been instrumental in the deployment for the last two years of the “VeroBeach Marketing Summit” coordinating scheduling for regional and local experts in the digital space. In 2018 Nikki was responsible for the Email Marketing break out session, presenting her experience and insights to an audience of local businesses and professionals.

All of this is on behalf of local business clients and Vero Vine contributors. Nikki curates the good news about events, philanthropic happenings, and all the adventures in the Paradise of Vero Beach and the Treasure Coast. Updating Vero Vine, Vero Beach Foodie, and all of their client’s websites and Socials Nikki Lindsay makes sure that the world has everything on Vero Vine within reach.
Nikki Lindsay

Latest posts by Nikki Lindsay (see all)

2
Leave a Reply

avatar
2 Comment threads
0 Thread replies
0 Followers
 
Most reacted comment
Hottest comment thread
2 Comment authors
AngelaLisa P Recent comment authors
  Subscribe  
newest oldest most voted
Notify of
Lisa P
Guest
Lisa P

St Vincent DePaul Thrift Store should be on the list too.

Angela
Guest
Angela

Left out was St Vincent dePauls thrift on 14th Ave, and also Salvation Army thrift shop in the Kmart Shopping Center. Both are terrific.
I’ve been thrifting for years. I don’t recall ever hearing anything about the Every Nation store. And frankly, Goodwill barely qualifies since they cut back on one of their basic tenets of hiring and training the disabled and are paying their CEO over $700,000 a year.