Treasures Thrift Store is open! Our new, temporary hours are 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday – Saturday. We are following all guidelines from the state department of health including requiring masks for all customers, volunteers and staff. Thanks for your understanding and cooperation. We hope to see you soon.

The annual Holiday Treasures event will be held Sunday 11/8. Early bird access for the annual Holiday Treasures event is from 9am-11am. Early bird access tickets will be sold in the store at $10ea which will allow early entrance to the store before the public hours of 11am-4pm. Tickets are limited to 50 total and will be sold in person only, during store hours, from 9am-4pm, mon-sat. Tickets are first come, first served. *Please see store for details.

A little bit about us…

As you may know, Treasures thrift store is part of Help & Hope Center (previously Douglas Elbert Task Force). When shopping your dollars stay within your immediate community, and it is with your help, are we able to aid so many in our community with food, rental and utility assistance, clothing, and household goods.

To summarize our agency’s mission, we look to help residents in need “through troublesome times with dignity.”

Join our Treasures Email List to keep up to date with special sales and store events. (form at right of this page)

Store Hours:

Updated 10/21/2020

Sunday– Closed
Monday- 9am-4pm
Tuesday- 9am-4pm
Wednesday- 9am-4pm
Thursday- 9am-4pm

Treasures Thrift Store Donation Hours:

Updated 10/21/2020

Wednesday-9am- 12noon

Located at 1638 Park Street in Castle Rock. Yes, we may be off the beaten path may be off the beaten path, but have also been commented to being “a hidden gem.” Our store has been voted the best thrift store in our community, and our book department has been voted the best place to buy books in Douglas County by the readers of Colorado Community Newspapers.

Visit the thrift store website here.

Thank you for thinking of us when donating your items, your contributions are appreciated.

Here are some frequently asked questions to better assist you.

Where do I go to donate once arrived at the facility?
You may enter from Park St., as items are accepted by our staff and volunteers in the back of the building.

What do you accept?
Clean and tear-free clothing, small and working appliances, housewares, household items, books, toys, games, clean linens and blankets, and some furniture*

Unfortunately, we are unable to pick up donations. We are happy to provide you with a tax-deductible receipt for your donations at the time of drop off.

Wondering what is proper to donate? Here is a good rule of thumb to follow: If you would not buy it or give it to a loved one, we cannot sell it in our thrift store.

Donating a large load?

Please call us at (303) 688-6129 and speak to a manager prior to coming, as this will ensure we have the staff and volunteers available to meet your needs. Although it is rare, the donation receiving center may need to close early due to volume and available space.

Items We Currently Do Not Accept:

  • TVs & Computers – Cost significant $$ to recycle which cuts into our ability to serve our clients
  • Skis and ski equipment
  • Car seats and cribs
  • Mattresses and box springs
  • Bed pillows
  • Used humidifiers
  • Hard wired light fixtures Chemical products
  • Large appliances
  • Large exercise equipment
  • Anything that does not work
  • Anything damaged, stained, broken, torn which cannot be sold
  • Furniture is taken on a space available basis; please call the store to find out if we have space for furniture daily*

Treasures Thrift Store on Park Street

Treasures on Park Street has been voted “Best of the Best” multiple times. A division of the Douglas/Elbert Task Force,Treasures sells gently used clothing, household items, toys, books and other vintage and unique items donated by generous members of our community. All of the “profits” from sales support the mission of the Task Force – helping people in Douglas and Elbert counties who are in serious economic need, at risk of homelessness, or in a similar crisis.

Find out more about how Treasures sales support the Douglas/Elbert Task Force.