Our Beginnings and You

In January 2010, WorldServe Ministries Canada opened its first Thrift Store in White Rock, BC. Just three years later, in January 2013, our second store opened in Calgary, AB, and now our third store in Saskatoon, SK, has opened in April 2014. From the beginning, we've set out to be different. A store you will find to be clean, tidy, filled with desirable merchandise and supported by helpful staff and friendly volunteers. It's our goal to make sure that, from the time our doors open till they close, your shopping experience will be a remarkably good one. 

In the communities where we serve, we enjoy engaging in supportive ways with our neighbours and patrons. That's because we value people. We value relationships. We value you. When you shop at WorldServe Thrift, we want you to know that. We hope you'll come visit us soon and experience for yourself the friendly people, upbeat environment, the fabulous quality items, and sense of community that is inherent in how we go about our day-to-day business.

WorldServe Thrift: Serving Locally, Impacting Globally

WorldServe Thrift partners with local organizations to make a difference in our community right here at home. That's how we're involved in serving locally.

We also make an impact globally by turning donated housewares into hope, revitalized furniture into food, pass-alongs into a helping hand. The net proceeds from our thrift store help support humanitarian and mission endeavors worldwide.

How Can I Help?

  • Donate. Your gently used items can be re purposed and reclaimed by someone else.
  • Shop. Find great prices, value for your money, and unique treasures every day!
  • Volunteer. Volunteering is a great way to get involved in your local community. We are always ready to welcome new people, starting from age 15 years. We have many opportunities that fit a multitude of talents and interests.

WorldServe Thrift Supports WorldServe Ministries Canada

For more information visit www.worldserve.ca

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