Thrift Shop

4816 Delta Street, Ladner | 604-946-1455


Our Shop

The Thrift Shop is a Ladner community favourite, located in the heart of the Ladner Village. Through the donations from the community, we sell gently used clothing and household products, including specialty items such as books, music & movies, jewelry, crafting supplies, sporting goods, toys & games, and collectibles. Our dedicated volunteers sort, price, display and sell these items within our three stores: (1) Housewares, (2) Clothing, and (3) Furniture.

Throughout the year, we host special events & sales such as our annual Christmas Store, pop-up jewelry sales, and half-price specials. Since the Thrift Shop is located in the Ladner Village, we have the incredible privilege of participating in community events, such as Ladner Village Market Days, the Christmas Open House, and other Holiday festivities.


    It is because of the generosity of the surrounding lower-mainland community and all that is donated to our Thrift Shop, that we can support the Delta Hospital Campus of Care.

    From the bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU for your donation!





    Monday | 1 PM - 4:30 PM
    Tues - Sat | 10 AM - 3PM
    Sunday | CLOSED

    Tues - Sat | 10 AM to 3 PM
    Sunday | 12 PM - 5:30 PM

    *We are unable to accept donations on Mondays or after hours.


    Phone: 604-946-1455


    As you know, all of our items are generously donated by the surrounding lower-mainland community and we are overwhelmed by the support and love our community has for our Thrift Shop. We have amazing crews that are out to greet you when you arrive with your donation during our drop-off hours. When you drop by, our volunteers will be happy to lend a hand and find your treasures a new home.

    *Drop-off located under the white awning, where our crews have tables set-up.

    Please bring donations during donation hours and do not leave items when the store is closed - thank you!

    Items we are unable to accept:

    • Baby equipment, building materials, used toilets or sink, national geographics, encyclopedias or textbooks

    • Older computers, VHS or audio tapes, microwaves, electric blankets or heating pads, fax machines or printers

    • Helmets (sports or safety), face protectors, life jackets, ski equipment, large exercise equipment

    • Sofas, mattresses, wall units, organs or pianos, baby furniture, entertainment units, heavy desks, damaged furniture