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Community Thrift and Treasure, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization that opened its doors on September 30, 2011.

Kim, Suzanna, Mari and a few others decided that we wanted to create an affordable, unique and sustainable approach to a Thrift Store.  We started the store with items that we found at the Pitkin County Landfill, South Canyon Landfill, Free Piles and Authorized Dumpster Diving.  

In February of 2020 we opened our 2nd location, Cattle Creek Thrift & Furniture in Carbondale.  We immediately outgrew our Glenwood Location and was able to save enough for the rent and security deposit to obtain another 10,000 sq feet of space in Carbondale, just 9 miles away from our Glenwood Springs store.   Now we have plenty of room for furniture and also have more than enough space for everything else under the sun and above the snow.  In addition to all the extra retail space we have created a Sacred Space in our Community Sustainability and Natural Wellness Center offering Art, Music and Movement for children, including children with special needs and disabilities.  The Center can be accessed from inside the Cattle Creek Thrift & Furniture location.   

 Our goal is to recycle everything except for real trash!

We currently work with Colorado Business Solutions, out of Fort Collins to recycle our unsellable clothing, accessories, linens, shoes, belts and bags.  We work with Mountain Waste and Recycling for our trash and with Trinity Recycling to recycle scrap metal, motors, appliances and more.   


We work with mechanics, shops, and other industries who request rags and other unsellable but usable items.  We recycle items to Artists, Scientists, Doctors, Teachers, Builders and More!!!  We have a free area at both store locations featuring unsellable items that are definitely still usable and in great condition.    


Open Daily

Spring & Summer: 10:00am - 6:00pm

Fall & Winter: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Please call Kimberly Cabeceiras, Executive Director at

(970) 319-2721 for more information about our current programs and activities.


Image by Josephine Bredehoft
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