Portland, OR. The William Temple House Thrift Store will reopen on Monday, June 1st at noon. Administrators are reassuring the public they will be following best practices to keep everyone safe. “We are taking safety precautions to keep shoppers and staff safe…Face coverings are required to shop at the store,” the organization stipulated in a news release. The Thrift Store is located just off NW 23rd Avenue in the Nob Hill shopping district and profits from the store support the work of the nonprofit. William Temple House is a nonprofit offering mental health counseling, healthy food, and more to individuals and families in the Portland region.

Additionally, William Temple House is also starting to take donations.

Advocates say they’re seeing more requests for emergency clothes these days, so donations are appreciated.

From William Temple House:

Here’s information on How to Donate Items:

Donations are generally accepted every day except Mondays during store hours. We may limit the number of items we accept due to sanitation and space constraints. For larger donations, we recommend calling 503.222.3328 to make sure we have space to receive your items that day.

Learn more about what we accept at williamtemple.org/thrift-store.

The new business hours are as follows:
10 am to 6 pm Monday through Saturday
11 am to 6 pm Sunday

When dropping off your items, please plan to unload items yourself and leave them outside the Thrift Store donation dock to maintain proper social distancing. Our donation pick-up service will not be available at this time.