The Thrift Shop: always in style
by Philantopia of The Aspen Times – June 2013
How often does a handbag help send a young student from Roaring Fork High School to a higher education at the University of Richmond? How often does a one-piece ski suit from the ’80s provide a stage to perform at Aspen Elementary School? How often do yesterday’s fashions make a difference in the lives of individuals and organizations in need? The answer to all three questions: click here to read the full article
Getting thrifty with it
by Carolyn Sackariason of the The Aspen Daily News – December 2013
Hand-me-downs take on a whole new meaning at the Thrift Shop of Aspen, where for more than six decades an army of volunteers known as “the ladies of the thrift shop” have sorted through hundreds of thousands of items donated by locals and second homeowners. Whether it’s clothing, housewares, books, art, toys, lawn furniture — you name it — the thrift shop has it all. click here to read the full article
Preserving Aspen’s unique history
by Chad Abraham – April 2014
A few months ago, when a man stopped by Aspen’s Thrift Shop with items that belonged to his parents, a longtime employee realized that many of the donations should not be sold. click here to read the full article
March 2014 on the local community station, Grass Roots.
Featuring Board Members: Diane Wallace, Carolyn Moore and Shereen Sarick.
Friday April 2014th with David Bach on Bach Talk
Board Members: Lynda MacCarthy, Patti Stranahan & Ellen Walbert, talk with David Bach about The Thrift Shop of Aspen. click here to listen to the full article
The Thrift Shop of Aspen has been a local icon since 1949
by Michael McLaughlin of The Aspen Times – June 2014
Nonprofit still going strong as 65th birthday approaches. A man might have started it, but it’s been an army of women volunteers that have made The Thrift Shop of Aspen the local icon it is today. click here to read full article
Rumpelstiltskin has nothing on these ladies.
In our Business Spotlight, KSNO’s Elizabeth Drolet caught up with The Thrift Shop of Aspen Patti Stranahan.
Last year alone, the thrift shop raised over 550 thousand dollars to donate to local organizations, schools, and students. LISTEN NOW.
Aspen is the top Ski Town in Ski Magazine (See thrift shop mentioned!)
If there’s any place that reflects all the strata of the local society, it’s the Thrift Shop of Aspen, a three-story repository of barely worn designer castoffs and an ungodly amount of other ….. Read Full Article