Anna's Attic (Hospice Thrift)

This king-sized thrift store will make you feel good every time you shop, since your purchases will help women with advanced stage breast cancer.  And, with over 7,500 square feet of merchandise at unbelievably low prices, you’re sure to be a repeat customer.  From antiques to zippers, this is a great place to find low-cost gifts and clothing from one to three dollars.  Fortunately, Anna’s has survived the bout of thrift store closings in Concord.  Donations accepted during business hours.

Anna's Attic in Concord is a good place to while away an hour or two
Anna’s Attic in Concord is a good place to while away an hour or two

Anna’s Attic (Hospice Thrift)
5350 Clayton Road
Concord, CA 94520

(925) 674-9072

Hours:  Monday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday Noon to 5 p.m. Donations accepted during store hours.  Call store to arrange for pick up of larger items.

Proceeds from Anna’s Attic benefit Anna’s Program, Hospice and Palliative Care of Contra Costa’s in-home program for women in the advanced stages of breast cancer

Webiste:http://www.hospicecc.org

6 Comments
  1. I visited Anna’s Attic (Concord/Clayton) (Hospice) after work today. Recently, I purchased a set of apple plates they were gold. I forgot I left them in the car and one day I opened the back door and out they fell on the ground. I was hurt. Well, I found a replacement set today for $4 for the set, they are clear in color! I also found a punch bowl set for $15 glasses included!!!! It is very nice! I am very happy about my find. I will return there. Thank you for your blog. I, too, am a thriftstore junkie!

    1. Thanks so much for sharing your treasures with us! I suppose we Junkies all have our sad, soldier stories. I was recently purchasing a tea tray set for a friend’s birthday. The gal at the thrift store (which shall remain nameless) was wrapping it up – it had removable ceramic plates that sat in each tier- and all of a sudden there was a loud crash. Yes, one of the 1950’s plates went crashing to the ground. I haven’t found a replacement set yet, so consider yourself lucky… Feel free to share more thrifting adventures with us in the future. Thanks for checking in! Mimi

  2. Hi There!
    I love your blog! Verrrry cool! 🙂

    I am a BIG fan of Anna’s Attic. All the staff are helpful and very welcoming. I work right down the street as a director of a non profit center for women called “Options for Women”. We offer free & confidential pregnancy testing and counseling to women facing unplanned pregnancies.

    So after a hard day, its always a blessing to do some retail therapy at Anna’s,I’m always greeted with a smile 🙂
    Take care!

    1. Hi Melanie:

      Thanks for stopping by! I love hearing from my fellow thrifters. Yes, Anna’s Attic is a good one, isn’t it?! It sounds like you are doing important work for women. Best to you!

      Take Care,
      Mimi

  3. I have visited and donated to Anna’s Attic several times but stopped because the prices are way too much.
    They charge ridiculously high prices for crappy items.

    I do understand that there is a cost to run the store but there are many ways to make adjustment without putting more burdens on the shoppers.
    One could barely find something interesting at this store these days and this may be attributed to the cut throat prices.
    Look into it!!

    1. Hi John:

      Thanks for stopping by. That’s too bad that you stopped going there, since shopping and donating to Anna’s Attic goes to such a good cause. Maybe they’ll read your comment and will adjust their pricing structure? Happy Thrifting, Mimi

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