Eastside Community Aid

★★★★★
  • 12451 116th Ave NE

    Kirkland, WA 98034

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  • 425-825-1877

About Eastside Community Aid

Hours
Mon - Sat, 10am - 5pm; Sun, closed

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Always check Ross, Fred Meyer clearance and TJ Max first. They often have better prices and their stuff is new. There are deals at ECA but you have to hunt. \r
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Occasionally, a volunteer will give you a break but more often they

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Always check Ross, Fred Meyer clearance and TJ Max first. They often have better prices and their stuff is new. There are deals at ECA but you have to hunt. \r
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Occasionally, a volunteer will give you a break but more often they

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be careful what days you shop here. Some of these volunteers can be extremely rude and nasty. Maybe they should take a nap half way through the day. I used to shop here every week but its not worth putting up with the rude volunteers

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be careful what days you shop here. Some of these volunteers can be extremely rude and nasty. Maybe they should take a nap half way through the day. I used to shop here every week but its not worth putting up with the rude volunteers

Pros: good stuff

Cons: rude volunteers

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In an age where thrift stores have become chains and corporate-run like any for-profit business, its nice to be able to still find places that carry bric-a-brac for 25 cents. Ive bought a wonderful rust-red winter coat from the 60s for $6 that I still use, old artsy postcards for 10 cents, vintage fabric, you name it. Its a great place for those who search for unique craft materials, and with previous fashion always coming back into style, you can find some real gems for your wardrobe here, and help the community at the same time.

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★★★★☆

In an age where thrift stores have become chains and corporate-run like any for-profit business, its nice to be able to still find places that carry bric-a-brac for 25 cents. Ive bought a wonderful rust-red winter coat from the 60s for $6 that I still use, old artsy postcards for 10 cents, vintage fabric, you name it. Its a great place for those who search for unique craft materials, and with previous fashion always coming back into style, you can find some real gems for your wardrobe here, and help the community at the same time.

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