WEAVE™ has three stores throughout Sacramento where you can shop to support survivor needs:
- WEAVEWorks Recycled Fashion on Arden Way
- TRUE, A WEAVEWorks Boutique, in downtown Sacramento
- The Thrift Store, A WEAVEWorks Bargain Center, on Fruitridge Road
100% of proceeds from the sales at all locations help fund WEAVE™ programs and services that empower survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault to regain their independence and live a life free of violence. Details about each location is below.
For questions about clothing donations or to schedule a pickup, call WEAVEWorks at 916-643-4606. WEAVEWorks on Arden Way is our main hub for Donations. Donations are not accepted at The Thrift Store on Fruitridge Road.
WEAVEWorks Recycled Fashion is a mecca for fashion do-gooders wishing to support a community free of violence by shopping and/or donating recycled fashion. The 2,500 square-foot store located on Arden Way is filled with well-known, fashion-forward brands sold at a fraction of the original sales price. We offer a wide selection of fashion accessories, handbags, jewelry, and clothing for women, children and men.
TRUE, a WEAVEWorks Boutique, is a clothing boutique located in the heart of downtown Sacramento. Established in 2015 by WEAVE™, TRUE offers a socially conscious shopping experience where you can find pieces that celebrate style and individualism. Proceeds from TRUE fund WEAVE™ programs and services that empower survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking.
The Thrift Store has been the local “go to” thrift store serving South Sacramento and Fruitridge neighborhoods for over 40 years. In July of 2018, WEAVE™ took over ownership, making The Thrift Store an official WEAVEWorks Bargain Center. The Thrift Store offers the local community furniture, clothing, shoes and accessories for men, women and children at everyday low prices. Proceeds from all sales help generate funds for WEAVE™ programs. Donations are NOT accepted at this store.
The Wear It. Share It. program offers an opportunity for local companies, offices, and groups to support survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking by serving as a drop-off location for donations of gently used clothing, shoes, and accessories. Call 916-643-4606 to have a bos dropped off or to schedule a pick up.
How we help: The WEAVE to Work program provides free professional clothing to people seeking to regain their independence through employment.Through the program, participants will work with a personal shopper to select one week’s worth of career appropriate clothing; building personal style and confidence.
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