Black Friday at LA’s Largest Thrift Store

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Get unique and affordable Christmas gifts for everyone on Black Friday at LA’s Largest Thrift Store!

And the greatest gift of all? Knowing revenue from St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Stores helps the homeless and financially vulnerable in Southern California!

Not only that, thrifting your gifts is an affordable, sustainable and creative way to celebrate this Christmas season. All of us at St. Vincent de Paul want to ensure that you take full advantage of our Black Friday Sale, which is why we have compiled a list of Christmas gift ideas with items found at our thrift stores for inspiration.

So visit St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Stores this Black Friday, November 29, 2019, and keep an eye on our social media to find out just how big this sale will be.

Five Thrift-able Christmas Gifts

If you visit us, let us know and tag us on Twitter and Instagram @svdpla or Facebook @stvincentstore!

1) Bikes

Black Friday Sale at LA's Largest Thrift Store!

2) Name Brand Footwear

Nike Shoes at LA's Largest Thrift Store!

3) Records

Records and Vinyls Black Friday Sale

3) Vintage Cameras

Black Friday Sale at LA's Largest Thrift Store

4) Books

Black Friday Sale at LA's Largest Thrift Store

5) Frames and Art

Christmas Gifts at LA's Largest Thrift Store

6) Vintage and Brand Name Clothing

Find name brands at LA's Largest Thrift Store!

Our Thrift Stores

We have dressing rooms, restrooms, lots of parking, and a clean store with friendly staff.

Bring a bag of donation items with you!  You can drop it in the bins by the door. Also, bring a snack or get fruit or a hot dog from the vendor outside. Our Los Angeles location is the largest thrift store in Los Angeles!

Your shopping serves the poor and homeless in SoCal.  St. Vincent de Paul’s LA Council has 2,500 volunteers serving an average of 200,000 disadvantaged people a year with food, clothing, furniture, appliances, rental, bill-paying and other forms of assistance. We also operate food pantries, soup kitchens, a camp for disadvantaged kids and a homeless program for men on Skid Row.

We are a part of the Catholic, international St. Vincent de Paul Society, founded in 1833 in Paris, France, with over a million volunteers in 150 countries around the world, serving the poor of any religion free of charge.