With Rescued Treasures being an essential operation to funding Wyoming Rescue Mission’s shelter and programs, we are grateful we can continue to serve many low-income shoppers who purchase necessary household items at a very affordable cost.
A wide variety of quality, gently-used clothing and merchandise is neatly displayed and very reasonably priced. We offer a voucher system to help provide low-income families and Mission guests with free clothing and needed essentials. The store is a job training/employment site for WRM guests, as well as those in need of such opportunities from the community.
Below, learn more about what you’ll find at Rescued Treasures Thrift Store… what you won’t…store hours and drop-off times.
Donors can be confident that as a ministry of Wyoming Rescue Mission, all donated items sold at Rescued Treasures, in turn, provide critical food and shelter to the homeless and needy in our community.
We accept new or gently-used clothing, furniture, housewares, electronics and toys. Items should not be ripped, torn, broken, dirty or nasally offensive.
Please do not bring items outside of the posted donation times (9:30 am-6:45 pm). Items brought and left after hours are frequently stolen, which often results in our building being vandalized.
Please do not bring items into the store. Drive around to the back by way of the east side of the building.
Carts will be available in which to load your goods, with staff available to provide car-side service when possible.
Goods may be left in the receiving area, either inside the carts (if available) or placed against the wall in front of the dumpster.
Those requiring gift-in-kind receipts may take them from the black mailbox on the back fence.
We are limited in the number of items we can take and therefore at times, we may close the receiving gates early if we become overrun. If closed, please return the following day.
We reserve the right to refuse any items or report those dumping garbage at our location to the authorities.
• Antiques & collectibles
• Gently-used clothing
• Electronic equipment
• Seasonal items
• Exercise equipment
• And much more!
• Household chemical products: pesticides, oil-based paint, paint thinner, drain cleaner, oven cleaner, aerosols, etc.
• Automotive hazardous waste: tires, lead acid batteries, additives, gasoline, oils or antifreeze
• Firearms or ammunition
• Freon- or gas- based appliances
• Used carpet or used carpet padding
• Used personal care/hygienic items: opened shampoo, conditioner, nail polish remover, shaving cream, etc.
• Products that do not meet the current safety standards of the US Consumer Product Safety Commission: including recalled items such as cribs, car seats, or walkers
• We can only accept furniture donations as space allows. Therefore, we are selective in what we accept.
• If you have a furniture donation, please enter the main doors and check in with the cashier or manager on duty to indicate the type and amount of furniture.
• The manager on duty must review and approve furniture donations.
• Upon manager approval: donors may bring the items inside the store via the main, front doors to the Furniture Quarantine Area, indicated by yellow caution tape.
• With limited staff, we regret that we cannot provide carry-in service. We will, however, assist, if needed, as available.
• Gift-in-kind receipts can be obtained from the manager/cashier.