Aylmer Thrift Store

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300 Talbot St. W, Aylmer, ON


women's clothing signs

Hours & Location


Retail Hours:

  • Mon - Fri 10 am - 5 pm & Sat 10 am - 4 pm

Donation Receiving:

  • Daily from 10 am - 4 pm
  • If you have a large donation, please call ahead: 226-544-0379. Please also arrive by 3:45pm to allow time for unloading. If you would like to volunteer with us, please give us a call!


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What Can I donate?

Donations Receiving photo for website

The Aylmer Thrift Store strictly takes only donations - we do not buy to resell. PLEASE do not leave donations outside after hours. We value your donations.

Do Accept

  • Furniture
  • Mattresses (single, double, queen. We do not accept King size.)
  • Box springs
  • Lamps
  • Small desks
  • Mirrors
  • Pictures & picture frames
  • Clothing, shoes, & boots
  • Jewelry & purses
  • Home Decor
  • Housewares - dishes, glassware, pots, pans, utensils
  • Linen items - bedding, towels, drapery, & pillows
  • Small appliances
  • Books, toys, & games
  • Crafts
  • Seasonal items - valentines, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas

Don't Accept

  • Large appliances - fridges, stoves, washers, & dryers
  • Chemical
  • Automotive parts
  • Large metal desks
  • VHS tapes
  • Entertainment units
  • China cabinets
  • Pianos
  • Hide a beds
  • Halloween decorations
  • Helmets - of any kind*
  • Child or infant car seats*
  • Cribs*
  • Change tables*
  • King size mattresses
  • Pool tables

*In accordance with Health Canada guidelines, we do not accept these items


Different areas to volunteer including cashiers, receivers, and pricing.
Click here to learn more!


Our thrift store provides a good affordable option for people in our community to obtain good clothing, shoes, books and household items. Donated items come from the public, and are sold often upcycled or repurposed. We are a locally owned thrift shop who support programs in our community and global programs through MCC.

Your Thrift Store Donations @ Work in Your Community and Around the World

The cardboard boxes your items arrive in and those clothes and toys that are truly not usable are diverted from the landfill through an arrangement with a recycling company. When you donate to MCS’ Community Store there’s more to feel great about: all the proceeds from the sales of your items are put back into the local community as well as countries around the world. In the last four years, more than $100,000 has been distributed through MCC to aid in world-wide relief and the same amount has been put into programs in Elgin County through MCS. De-clutter, re-use, recycle and raise funds for those in need… now, that’s a lot of impact for your unwanted items!


Customer Appreciation & Christmas Sales The Customer Appreciation Sale is held in the spring, and the Christmas Sale in November.  These events draw many people through our doors, allowing us to rotate stock and present new finds for our customers. Silent Auctions Along with other themed window displays, our silent auctions have been successful in promoting interest from the public and getting new customers into the store. Volunteer Appreciation Activities Volunteer appreciation suppers are hosted at least five times throughout the year. They are hosted by the various churches that are constituents of MCS.  Arts and Crafts Many of our unusable fabric materials are given new life through the talents of many people.  Some of our volunteers turn discarded fabrics into works of art, salvaging materials for quilts and throws, while others outfit all of our dolls with new, handcrafted clothing or turn old stuffed animals into new pillows that are greatly appreciated by many, including families coming to the area for seasonal work. We send quilts to the annual New Hamburg MCC Quilt Auction to support MCC.


Our stock is graciously provided by donations from the public.  We could not provide any of our services without this generosity.


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