Thrift Stores of Loudoun County

Thrift stores are generally in the business of funding non-profits through their sales of used items. In addition to supporting local charities through your purchases, you may also make tax-deductible donations to these stores. This list might not be exhaustive. Please let me know what I’ve missed.

Blossom and Bloom Shop

This second-hand shop offers low-cost clothing,  linens, and household articles. Look for designer names in their ladies clothes.

All proceeds benefit adults and children with disabilities through local organizations such as: ECHO, A Place To Be, Paxton Campus, The Arc of Loudoun, Legacy Farms, VSA Loudoun County


110 W. Market St.

Leesburg, VA 20175


Blue Ridge Hospice Thrift Shop – Leesburg

The Leesburg shop sells clothing and high end housewares. There is a small selection of furniture for sale here, too.

Shopping at Blue Ridge Hospice thrift stores supports patients and families needing end-of-life care. Proceeds directly benefit Blue Ridge Hospice and subsidize families who need help paying for the service.


57 Catoctin Cir., NE

Leesburg, VA 20176


 Door of Hope 


The purpose of the Door of Hope store is to provide low-cost shopping options for those who are struggling financially.


21770 Beaumeade Cir., Suite 155

Ashburn, VA 20147


Goodwill Retail Store

Goodwill stores provide no-cost career training and employment opportunities to those who need a little extra help.


22405 Enterprise St.

Sterling, VA 20164


Habitat for Humanity ReStore

ReStore sells gently used furniture, appliances, home accessories, building materials.


700 Fieldstone Dr., NE

Leesburg, VA 20176


Hope’s Treasures – Leesburg

The Leesburg Hope’s Treasures store is a large one (8,600 sq.ft.) with lots of clothes, some furniture, toys, books, and housewares. You will also find electronics, sports equipment and occasionally some good pet supplies.

Hope’s Treasures supports Good Shepherd Alliance which provides emergency shelter and supplies for the homeless in Loudoun County.


703 East Market St.

Leesburg, VA 20175


Hope’s Treasures – Ashburn

The Ashburn Hope’s Treasures store is the smallest one, but you’ll still find lots of great bargains on clothing, electronics, and housewares.

Hope’s Treasures supports Good Shepherd Alliance which provides emergency shelter and supplies for the homeless in Loudoun County.


20684 Ashburn Rd.

Ashburn, VA 20147


Hope’s Treasures – Sterling

The Sterling Hope’s Treasures store is fairly large (6,000 sq.ft) and sells clothing, books, some furniture, books, and housewares, and more.

Hope’s Treasures supports Good Shepherd Alliance which provides emergency shelter and supplies for the homeless in Loudoun County.


20921 Davenport Dr.

Sterling, VA 20165


Resourceful Woman

The Resourceful Woman sells clothing, books, and household items. Follow them on Facebook and Twitter for promotions and events.

Profits from Resourceful Woman support victims of domestic and sexual violence through the LAWS Shelter program.


11 Loudoun St., SW

Leesburg, VA 20175


 Salvation Army

The Salvation Army thrift store in Leesburg is a good place to look for clothing, furniture, large paintings/frames, and general housewares. They also have a large selection of DVDs, CDs, and books.

Salvation Army is an evangelical extension of the Christian Church. Their mission is to preach the gospel and serve those in need.


12 Cardinal Park Dr., SE

Leesburg, VA 20175



Threads of Hope

Located at Mobile Hope Leesburg, Threads of Hope thrift store offers a variety of used and new clothing, shoes, and accessories for infants, children, teens and adults, household items and books.

Mobile Hope serves teens in crisis, some of whom learn valuable skills working at the store.


741 Miller Dr., Ste. F

Leesburg, VA 20175

M-F, 10am-4pm

 Twice is Nice

Lots of nice clothing, household and decorative items, and more.

Twice is Nice supports The Ladies Board of Inova Loudoun Hospital – who also runs the huge rummage sale at Morven Park every fall.


305 E. Market St.

Leesburg, VA 20176


The Kojo Nnamdi Show did a broadcast on the benefits of shopping thrift stores in the great DC area.

Listen to Going Green and Giving Back — By Getting Thrifty