We've expanded our reduced COVID-19 hours in Pomona, Citrus Heights, and San Bernardino store locations

We’re happy to announce that we’re able to expand the hours again at three of our EcoThrift locations! Citrus Heights, Pomona, and San Bernardino will each give you at least an extra hour of shopping time each day.  Here are the expanded hours for these stores:

Citrus Heights:
Tues-Sat, 9am-7pm
(Still closed Sundays and Mondays for now)

Tues-Sat, 9am-6pm
(Still closed Sundays and Mondays for now)

San Bernardino:
Tues-Fri 9am-6pm
Sat 9am-5pm
(Still closed Sundays and Mondays for now)

Enjoy the extra shopping time! Please remember that all of our Safety-First shopping guidelines are still in place, so bring your mask.  We hope to see you soon!

Good Day Sacramento’s “Thrift Store Challenge” with Hanna Be from Retrospect Vintage Fashion

Retrospect Vintage Fashion’s Hannah Be was recently featured on Good Day Sacramento showing off some amazing styles made completely from items found at our Sacramento Ecothrift store location!

Hannah threw these outfits together for her models in only a few minutes, but like the reporter says, they “look like a million bucks!” It’s amazing how good you can look while saving a ton of money when shopping at Ecothrift.

Check out the Good Day Sacramento videos (part one above and part two below), head over to Retrospect Vintage Fashion’s website to see the amazing work done by Hannah Be and her team, and then head over to Ecothrift to curate some of your own new fashions for 2018!

EcoThrift Makes a Difference

Eco Thrift employees get muddy for two worthy causes at our annual company Mud Race

Victory shot of the EcoThrift Mud Run team 2016!

By taking part in the Down & Dirty Obstacle Race, Eco Thrift employees proudly support Operation Gratitude, a nonprofit organization that supports active duty military members, veterans, first responders, and wounded warriors and their caregivers. Operation Gratitude annually sends 250,000+ care packages filled with snacks, entertainment, hygiene products, handmade items, plus personal letters of appreciation. After the mud run event, Eco Thrift employees took part in a shoe donation drive through Shoes For A Cause, a charity that collects and distributes shoes to people without them. This daily necessity protects the dignity, health, and safety of the people who receive a pair.

Oh snap, mud fall!  And mud friends.  Life is good.

Eco Thrift is a pioneer in recycling

Recycling is one of the biggest parts of our operation, and has been since the company was founded in 1982. We currently are able to resell or recycle over 90% of all goods that we receive by donation — and we’re working hard to make that number even higher!

Eco Thrift saves massive amounts from California's landfills every year