Thrift Shopping & Donation Drop Offs in Greater Moncton




Are you decluttering and don’t know where to take all your “stuff”? We have compiled a list of options for donations and consignment in the Greater Moncton region. 

Have you jumped on the Kon Marie bandwagon or started your Spring cleaning? This list will provide you with some options other than tossing all your items that are still in good shape. Most clutter we have, from clothing to furniture, and linens, are still in good enough shape for someone to use.

So let’s purge our stuff and encourage reducing, reusing and recycling while we are at it!!

Donation & Shopping Options:

Enviro Plus – Furniture (Skills training)  – They clean and sell used furniture and provide trainees basic employability and coping skills that will increase their chances of getting and keeping a decent job.315 Baig Blvd. Moncton NB

Ergon Inc (CASH ONLY)– clothing and accessories (Skills Training, 100% of profits from thrift store go back to mental health programs) 
145 Traynor Street, Riverview, NB

Mission ThriftClothing and household items
40 Morton Ave, Moncton, NB 

Salvation Army – clothing, household items, furniture
300 Elmwood Dr Moncton, NB
1185 Mountain Rd Moncton, NB 
1127 Champlain St Dieppe, NB

Value Village – clothing, household items, furniture
15 Plaza BlvdMoncton, NB

Dayzee’s Fashions – Clothing 
Located in the Tropic Mini Mall, 106 St.George Street, Moncton, New Brunswick

Habitat For Humanity Restore – Appliances, hardware, housewares, furniture, etc
950 Mountain Road Moncton, NB

Boutique Encore- House Of Nazareth Thrift Store – clothing, furniture, utensils, bedding & household
475 St. George Street, Moncton, NB

Hospice Shop men, women and children’s clothing, shoes and accessories, collectibles & home décor.
164 Collishaw Street, Moncton, NB
**POP UP (until Dec 31, 2019) 551 Mountain Rd, Moncton, NB

More Donation Options:

HeadStart Moncton – Call 384-7283 They run various programs, contact for their needs.

Crossroads For Women – contact 506-857-8028 or to see what they need.

Youth Quest Central – Gently used clothing and other items, see wishlist here

Humanity Project – Contact them for items they may currently need.

Salvus Clinic – Furniture and other household items to help housing people in need. email

St. Vincent de Paul Clothing Depot – Mountain Road (Clothing and small household items) Call for details– 857-2088

Pregnancy & Wellness Centre of Moncton – gives items free to clients in need, call 857-3033 for hours & info
27 John St (corner of John & Highfield streets).

Community Living – clothing and small house hold items
 Request a free home pick up! Call us at 1-866-622-2548 option #2

Donation drop off bins
Dayzee’s Bin Locations
Community Living Bin Locations

Consignment options:

Perhaps you are hoping to make a little money from your items? You can definitely sell on Kijiji and Facebook Marketplace or go the consignment route. Here are some local options for consignment selling.

  • Grapevine Events Pop Up Sales – One Day Pop Up consignment sales in Moncton and Saint John. 
  • Moncton Multiples Consignment Sale – baby & children’s clothes (newborn up to youth size 16), toys, baby equipment (strollers, high chairs, exersaucers, etc.), books, sporting equipment
  • Second Edition – Established in 1995, Second Edition is an upscale ladies consignment boutique. 
    460 Mountain Road, Moncton, NB
  • Boutique 2ième Look  Serving customers since 2008 with a wide selection of top brands for women & men.
    321 A, rue St. George Street, Moncton, NB
  • Raid Ma Closet Boutique – Specializing in women’s brand name fashions.
    15 Lewis St, Moncton, NB
  • Lollipops & Gumdrops – A children’s and maternity consignment store.
    620 Coverdale Road, Unit 7, Riverview, NB
  • Little Darlings – Variety of children’s, women’s and men’s clothing, accessories, formal wear & sport equip.
    593 Mountain Rd, Moncton, NB
  • Cover To Cover Books – Trade in credit on books.
    630 Pinewood Rd, Riverview, NB

Other Thrift Shopping Options:

Guys Frenchy’s – clothing and household items
1567 Mountain Road, Moncton
151 Hanington Road, Shediac

If you know of other Greater Moncton region options for consignment or donations, please let us know in the comments.
For those in the Saint John region, here is a list of donation locations from Network Of Moms

**Please note, all listed options are registered businesses, non profits or charities. There are certainly many other community groups doing auctions of charity, and such, but they are not included in this list as they themselves are not registered.


If you know of any other organizations or thrift options in Greater Moncton, please comment below or send me a message so I can add to the list.


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  1. I like to keep children’s items for the Moncton Multiples sale that happens twice a year. It gives me a little money, saves families some money and they support two other non-profit organizations!

  2. I will add them to the list above.

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