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Summit Thrift & Treasure. What will you find?

Welcome to Summit County’s largest nonprofit thrift stores. We want you to be proud of your thrift store “finds”, so we work to provide a wide selection of good quality clothing, jackets and shoes for men, women and children, kitchen supplies, small electronics, books, toys and more all at very affordable prices. The revenue from Summit Thrift & Treasure supports 35% of FIRC’s parenting and emergency assistance programs, so thank you for making a difference by shopping and donating at our stores.

Summit Thrift & Treasure, Dillon
340 Fiedler Avenue
Dillon, CO 80435
970-262-2461                                            

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Summit Thrift & Treasure, Breckenridge
1745 Airport Road

Breckenridge, CO 80424
970-423-6444
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Hours of Operation:
DILLON: Monday –Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.  Closed Sunday and major holidays. We will be closed on July 4.

BRECKENRIDGE: Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. – Closed Sunday and major holidays. We will be closed on July 4.

Hours for Donations:
DILLON: Monday- Friday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-3 p.m. – Closed Sunday and major holidays. We will be closed on July 4.
BRECKENRIDGE:  Monday- Friday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-3 p.m. – Closed Sunday and major holidays. We will be closed on July 4. Do not leave donations outside of these times.

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Thrift Store Donations

Thank you for donating to Summit Thrift and Treasure. Revenue from the store supports 35% of FIRC’s program funding. These emergency assistance and parenting programs would not be possible without the support of your donations.  Thank you.

Hours for Donations:
DILLON: Monday- Friday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-3 p.m. – Closed Sunday and major holidays
BRECKENRIDGE: Monday- Friday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-3 p.m. – Closed Sunday and major holidays

Sorry we cannot accept donations outside of these hours. Drop offs left outside of these hours is considered dumping, offenders will be fined.

Drop off location:

Dillon: Summit Thrift & Treasure 340 Fiedler Ave. Dillon, Co 80435. Please use the door on the side of the building facing Colorado Mountain College for donation drop offs.

Breckenridge: Summit Thrift & Treasure 1745 Airport Road Breckenridge, CO 80424. Please use the door around the back of the building.

Items Accepted: New or Gently Used Condition – If you would give the item to a relative or friend, then the item is most likely in good condition.
Clothing Shoes
Jewelry Games
Toys
Strollers
Movies
Music
Books
Small Appliances – blender’s, cell phones, toasters, etc.
Kitchen supplies – dishes, silverware, pots and pans, etc.
Housewares – vacuums, lamps, etc.
Bedding/Linens
Suitcases
Sports Equipment – sorry no skis or ski boots
Camping Gear Crafts Collectables Knick Knacks Decorations Please try to separate donations in with like items. This will make sorting donations much easier for our volunteers. If you have any questions about if an item is accepted, please call the store 970-262-2461.

Items NOT Accepted: Our apologies, we are not able to accept the following because of space limitations at our store. We have also had issues with people wanting to return electronics that don’t work and we are restricted by child safety laws for certain items.
Furniture
Computers and Computer Accessories
Electronics (televisions, stereo, VCRs – we do make some exceptions, please ask staff)
Beds/Mattresses
Cribs
Car Seats
Skis/Snowboards or Ski Boots/Snowboard Boots
Propane Grills
Exercise Equipment
Text Books, Encyclopedias and Magazines
Tires
Garden Hose
Chandlers and large electrical fixtures
Paints/Chemicals
Garage Sale Leftovers
Items that are broken or materials with stains or holes in them.

FIRC recommends posting items that cannot be donated on Craigslist under the free sectionhttp://rockies.craigslist.org/zip/ in hopes that it can still be used by someone in need. We also recommend contacting Habitat for Humanity’s Restore in Breckenridge at 970-367-5127, open Thursday-Saturday 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. for furniture donations.

Tax Deductible: Since Summit Thrift and Treasure is a nonprofit 501(c)3 store owned by FIRC, Items donated are tax deductible. Tax donation receipts are available at the drop off or you can print a Tax Donation Receipt online. The IRS states it is the donor’s responsibility to determine the value of the donation. FIRC recommends using the Goodwill Donation Guide for valuing donation items.

Volunteering at Summit Thrift &Treasure

Volunteers are essential to Summit Thrift & Treasure’s success. The revenue from the store is used to support FIRC’s emergency assistance and parenting education programs, so we work very hard to keep costs low. As a result, we rely on a very small paid staff and volunteers to organize the store and sort donations.

How to Volunteer: Volunteers are welcome at Summit Thrift & Treasure an hour before we open and during our operating hours. Volunteers can stay anywhere from one hour to six hours.

If you are available, please call ahead to notify the staff at 970-262-2461 for Dillon and 970-423-6444 for Breckenridge. Work in the thrift store is very hands on, so please wear comfortable clothing and shoes.

STT Volunteer Club Volunteers who join the STT Club and volunteer 10 or more hours a month qualify for STT benefits including $40 of STT Club Bucks to use at the store or to donate to their favorite FIRC program, First Dibs and Thank You Thursday.

Reasons to volunteer at Summit Thrift & Treasure:

  • It is the biggest volunteer need at FIRC
  • Volunteers are key to the store’s success
  • You will have the first chance at buying donated items
  • All staff members are bilingual in English and fluent in Spanish so it’s a great opportunity to practice a second language.
  • The staff at the store are a wonderful group who enjoy making work fun.
  • The schedule is very flexible, even if you can just help for an hour it makes a difference
  • You will stay busy and see your accomplishments
  • Volunteer hours count for community service