View our 2010 & 2012 awards
The Catholic Thrift Store has been in operation for more than 27 years. Since the store was first opened,
its Mission Statement has remained constant: All of the net income has been dedicated to the building fund. Typically we donate in excess of $200,000 annually to the building fund and do hundreds of cases of charity. Our entire inventory is recycled merchandise
that might otherwise be discarded, offered at quite reasonable prices.
2011 Thrift Store Fashion Show
Sincere thanks to the many
volunteers, including Pat Rogers, the Knights of
Columbus and Don Rowe, for making the Fourth Annual
Fashion Show such a success. More than 200 attendees
enjoyed Father Martin's modeling skills and Father Tal's
talents on the electronic keyboard and as a magician,
with Roger Soukup assisting him!
Special thanks to the continuing
support of local businesses that provided services and
gift certificates for the raffle and door prizes.
With such generosity, approximately
$8,000 was raised!
Tuesday - Saturday: 10:00 am - 4:30 pm
Monday & Sunday: closed for
area open Monday mornings)
PHONE: 673-0849 or 673-1029
Begun as a non-profit organization on St.
Patrick Day, 1981, the store was had a small group of about six women
Today, the store has over 160 unpaid volunteers
− and its first paid administrative
employee. It is a fun place to work where we try to assist our church, the community and the needy. Most volunteers work one four hour shift each week.
Each of them takes pride in their work, pride in helping
their community, and pride in helping their Parish. Over the years, the Catholic
Thrift Store has been a significant source of funds needed to cope with the
growth of the parish.
One of our many, fun-loving volunteers can arrange a tour of our operation so you can determine if this is something that might be of interest to you. Call the store for more information.
Jerry Trojan, 673-4387
Showroom Manager: Pat Rogers,
Backroom Manager: Betty Pedone, 674-7685
You can also find a Catholic Thrift Store in Hurricane.