The Salvation Army Thrift Store & Donation Center

  4.1 – 132 reviews   • Thrift store

The Salvation Army Family Thrift Stores & Donations are the primary funding source for our Adult Rehab Centers in your communities seeking to help combat addictions. We need support from our communities to continue to meet the daily needs of hundreds of women and men struggling with substance abuse and homelessness. Your donations and purchases will give hope, help and a second chance at life to those who need our help the most.

Service Options:  In-store shopping

Health and Safety:  Mask required · 



Address and Contact Information

Address: 2126 Harbor Blvd, Costa Mesa, CA 92627
Phone: (724) 471-2238

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Review Summary

Stuart Emmons
Friendly service, with a great selection of higher quality products.
Ibrahim Leal
Great deals and 50% off on Saturday can’t beat those prices
Donna Lopez
Went in looking for small travel bag and they had the size and a price I liked.
Sheila Artish
I would say these people have really stepped it up! And it’s probably a lot due to them being closed down due to covid, plus people not being able to shop, and I find a lot of things in there that I use for my own business purposes for display what have you, very time appropriate since I do vintage and antiques. I was very discouraged by this organization a couple years ago because they seem to have turned from a suite Church based charity and organization into quite a super program that revolves around a lot of what was perceived by me as greed. And I understand that charitable organizations really to try to get as much money as they can for the things that are donated, however I found them quite unreasonable at many times several times to be honest, which made me feel like they weren’t really trying to sell things as much as they were trying to gouge people. Here we are today and I find that they’ve returned to the Simplicity that they were very well known for, and loved for not only by me but by everyone from when they became an organization. I found them very humble very kind more than reasonable and some real sweet pieces that took us all back to yesteryears which we all want to go back to in light of everything that’s been happening! So I encourage everybody to give to this organization happily! Heartily and knowing that they have programs for drug and alcohol abuse for people that really seriously need help, donate and or support this organization. A lot of people fall down. As a matter of fact We All Fall Down sometimes. And isn’t it wonderful that God has a hand to help us up by people like this.
Enrique Fuentes
Real good deals
Susan S. McClellan
The store was clean and well-organized. Masks are required.I like this store because they often have nice furniture at bargain prices. However, I was looking for a large stainless steel pot or tub. I didn’t find one. A few things caught my eye: tell solid wood capitals, a large plant pot suitable for indoor or outdoor use, and a variety of plastic organizers.
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