Thriftique is our popular, mission-focused social enterprise resale shop selling carefully curated, designer-centric inventory. All Thriftique sales, community outreach, and partnerships support the National Council of Jewish Women Pittsburgh Section and their mission to step forward, speak out, and stand up for women, children and families. In this 8,400 sq foot shop in the heart of the Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Thriftique sells high-quality, new and gently used clothing, shoes, handbags, jewelry, accessories, home goods, art, books, and furniture at affordable prices. We support sustainable shopping practices and so do our shoppers. Volunteers are are always welcome.
Visit us at:
125 51st Street, Lawrenceville
Monday- Saturday: 10am-5pm
Monday-Friday: 10am – 2pm
Saturday: by appointment only
Sunday: no donations accepted
Please bring your donations to Thriftique’s Lawrenceville location. We are no longer accepting donations at Anathan House.
We are UNABLE to accept the following items:
- Stained or damaged items
- Used socks and undergarments
- Items covered in pet hair or permeated with odors such as smoke
- Cribs, car seats, and other baby equipment
- Medical Equipment
- VCR’s, computers, printers, and other electronics
- Used kitchen appliances
- Any food or perishable items
- Yard sale or garage cleanout remnants
- Chemicals or paint
- Stuffed animals
- Bed pillows and mattress covers
- Magazines, textbooks, encyclopedias, or reference books
Email Patricia Tsagaris, our Director of Retail at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Two BIG sales events in the Spring & Fall
Thriftique’s major seasonal shopping event kicks off with a ticketed, VIP patron party in the fall where guests enjoy drinks and light hors d’oeuvres while they peruse and purchase high-end, designer clothing, shoes, jewelry, and accessories before the sale opens to the public. Items sold during the 5-day event are the highest quality designer brands which have been collected, curated, and procured from donation batches throughout the year. The spring event is a weekend-long designer sale that is open to the public.
Thriftique acknowledges that for thousands of years, native peoples have lived on this land, and they still do. Their relationship with the land is at the center of their lives and spirituality.
Thriftique is located in what is presently called Lawrenceville, but we recognize that this land was once an important Lenape village known as Shanopin’s Town in the 1700’s. More broadly, we acknowledge that the place that we call Pittsburgh is the traditional land of the Seneca, a principal member of the Haudenosaunee, or Iroquois Confederacy. This land has also been home to the Monongahela, Moundbuilders, Lenape, and Shawnee peoples. We are grateful for their stewardship of this land throughout the ages and we acknowledge that, while there are still many Indigenous peoples across this land, many have been displaced to reservations far from here.
Jews of many backgrounds have experienced a sense of geographical and cultural displacement over the years. We acknowledge our history of displacement, and as importantly, we acknowledge the ways in which many of us as non-indigenous peoples and settlers have benefited from colonialism, former and ongoing, which has hurt and oppressed Indigenous peoples. We ask for forgiveness as we pledge to continue to educate ourselves and take action to right these wrongs.