Wear After Shop
The Wear After Shop is a thrift store in business to generate revenue to fund the Junior League's charitable activities, to empower women through strategic partnerships, to contribute to the Bloomfield and Pittsburgh communities, and to embody the charity of the Junior League of Pittsburgh.
The Wear After Shop, a permanent fundraiser for the Junior League of Pittsburgh, first opened in 1925.
The Shop carries new and gently used clothing, accessories and small household items. All merchandise is donated by members of the Junior League and others from the community. During the fall and winter seasons, the store carries vintage and gently used furs.
The Shop provides an affordable shopping alternative, in addition to raising funds to support the League's mission.
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You are invited to visit the Wear After Shop at its Bloomfield location:The Wear After Shop
4752 Liberty Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15224
The Wear After Shop kindly reminds you all sales are final.
As part of the League's community mission, the Shop partners with the Women's Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh and provides clothing at no charge to the program's participants. During the League's 2013-2014 year, the Shop donated more then $5000 in clothing to more than 90 women and 50 children in the program. Please visit the Center's website for more information on its important mission to end domestic violence in the lives of women and their children.
Alliance of Nonprofit Stores (ANS)
In 2004, the Shop partnered with other nonprofit charitable agencies in western Pennsylvania to form a collaborative effort called the Alliance of Nonprofit Stores. The Alliance has a two-fold mission. First, the Alliance hopes to make a proactive, positive impact on the way local consumers think about donating goods for resale by educating them on responsible donation practices. The Alliance also endorses charitable giving to nonprofit outlets that use proceeds from retail sales to benefit community programs.
Visit the Alliance's website for more information on ANS and its other partners.