Bon Marche Thrift Store 19445 Riverside Dr, Sonoma, CA95476 A slightly hidden treasure, Bon Marche Thrift Store is a treat for bargain hunters, families and community activists…More alike. Bon Marche means good deal in French, and that's what this shop specializes in: it was developed to help communities help each other." It is a project of the Kigali Center for Entrepreneurs (KCE), an organization with offices in Sonoma, Denver, Colorado and Kigali, Rwanda. The mission of KCE is to help poor women start businesses and help themselves out of poverty. Part of the proceeds of the very affordably priced thrift store supports that mission. Along with the usual clothing, accessories, books, appliances, collectibles and antiques you would expect at a thrift store, Bon Marche also offers coffee from Rwanda and handmade olive oil soap.
The Thrift Shop 252 W Spain St, Sonoma, CA95476 This thrift shop is located in the peaceful garden setting of the First Congregational Church and the Congregation Shir…More Shalom (both communities share the spacious compound). There is a bit of everything for sale here, from bric-a-brac to furniture, clothing and shoes to appliances. The inventory is based on donations, so it can vary widely.
Republic of Thrift 17496 Highway 12, Sonoma, CA95476 Republic of Thrift sells second-hand merchandise and also facilitates fund-raising efforts with the Sonoma Valley public…More schools. It sells clothing, accessories, houseware goods, toys, DVDs, CDs, magazines, furniture and more.
Church Mouse Thrift Shops 18068 Highway 12, Sonoma, CA95476 Church Mouse offers vintage and antique collectibles as well as designer lables for men, women and children. The store…More also boasts a religious section filled with rosaries, Christian-based artifacts and books. All proceeds benefit the St. Francis Solano Thrift Program.
Church Mouse Thrift 15 E Napa St, Sonoma, CA95476 Church Mouse Thrift Store, a volunteer project that supports St. Francis School education, is filled with just about…More anything a person could want in a thrift store. It is clean, well lit and though filled to the brim, it doesn't feel overcrowded or too stuffed or stuffy. It has clothes, shoes, china, pottery, household necessities and novelties, glassware, baskets, quilts, blankets, lamps, books, videos, gift bags and gift wrapping supplies, games, pictures, frames, toys, hats, jewelry and jewelry boxes, clocks, vases, candles, candlesticks, and really so much more.