NCJW Pittsburgh Section counts on your donations to support sales at Thriftique and Designer Days. These social enterprise projects generate funding for our community programs, including Suit Yourself clothing vouchers; The Center for Women; the Back 2 School Store; advocacy on behalf of women, children, and families; and much more.
We accept gently-worn designer and everyday men’s, women’s, and children’s clothing, shoes, purses, jewelry, decor, artwork, furniture, books, collectibles, housewares, and more. All donations are tax-deductible.
Drop-Off Closet at Anathan House
Clothing and small household items may be dropped off at Anathan House, located at 1620 Murray Avenue in Squirrel Hill, during regular business hours Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please enter through the side door and place your hanging, boxed, or bagged items in the secure, monitored donation closet. For security reasons, when you ring please inform the staff if you are dropping off merchandise that is particularly valuable or suitable for our Designer Days events.
Donate At Thriftique
Thriftique (125 51st Street, Lawrenceville) welcomes donations of gently used clothing, shoes, jewelry, furniture, decor, collectibles, linens, housewares, small appliances, sporting goods, electronics, books, music, and more. Store drop-off donations accepted Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Please bring donations to the rear of the building and ring the bell for assistance. For safety and security reasons, do not leave donations at our front or back door outside of business hours.
By Special Appointment
If you have a great deal of high-end clothing, accessories, jewelry, shoes, or furnishings appropriate for Designer Days, an in-home assessment and pick up may be appropriate. Please contact our Director of Retail Operations, Lynn Tomasits, at 412-742-4933 to make arrangements.
Hosting a clothing drive at your office, business, synagogue, or social group is another way that you can support the work of NCJW. Contact our Director of Retail Operations, Lynn Tomasits, at 412-742-4933, to for information on how to organize a clothing drive.