A good bargain is never out of reach at WNC Bridge Foundation’s thrift store.
Every time you shop at our store, you are helping support the Adult Day Services and Grief Support Services of MountainCare.
We also accept gently used clothing and household item donations
Special Discount Programs
Tuesday: Shoppers age 55 and older receive 20% off
Wednesday: All shoppers receive 20% off clothing items.
WNC Bridge Foundation Thrift Store & Estate Sales Asheville
75 Fairview Road, Asheville 28803
|Monday - Saturday||9 am - 5 pm|
If you would like assistance in dropping off your donated items, volunteers are happy to assist Monday - Saturday 9 am – 4:30 pm
How to Donate
We happily accept gently used items including furniture, housewares, clothing, toys, books, music, and tools.
Become a Volunteer
We invite you to become part of the WNC Bridge Foundation family as a Thrift Store volunteer.
For information about volunteering at the Thrift Store please call 828-575-2509 or complete the online form.
We have a variety of volunteer opportunities available:
We value the donations we receive. Friendly volunteers help us receive the many items donated each day and issue receipts for donors.
Volunteer retail assistants keep our store in tip-top shape, whether it’s arranging the clothing for display or restocking shelves.
Donation sorters keep our backroom efficient. We need volunteers who can spot hidden gems and vintage finds of value.
Building / Designing Displays
Our merchandise changes daily. We need creative volunteers to keep our retail floor and window displays looking great, often changing with the seasons and holidays.
Pricing / Tagging
Once donations are sorted, we need volunteers to price items. Specific guidelines are given for pricing merchandise, be it clothing or household items.
There is no task too great or too small. WNC Bridge Foundation Thrift Store works to keep our businesses clean, free from smells and dirty merchandise.
Volunteers who ring up sales also offer a friendly face to the public, acting as ambassadors for WNC Bridge Foundation.