Kiwanis Thrift Sale Home

With new merchandise every week, it's never the same place twice!


Kiwanis Thrift Sale

Antiques & Collectibles


Art & Frames



Camera & Photo (open soon)

Children's Now Open

Deck, Patio & Garden

Dishes & Glassware

Electronics & TV


Kitchen & Hardware

Lamps & Lighting



Men's Now Open

Mobility & Health Aids

Office & Supplies

CDs, DVDs, Records, Tapes


Shoes Now Open

Sports & Exercise Equipment

Teen's Now Open


Women's Now Open

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Donate Items for  

Thrift Sale Downtown

has closed and moved to the new Kiwanis Center, off Jackson, 1 mile West of Zeeb (see maps)



COVID-19 Update

Pursuant to Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s executive order Kiwanis is suspending members, volunteers, and staff from any activities at the Kiwanis Center until April 14, 2020. We are also suspending taking any donations at this time.,9309,7-387-90499_90705-522626--,00.html

The Kiwanis Thrift Sale Downtown is closed and moved to the new Kiwanis Center

Clothing Departments Are Now Open

The Kiwanis Center has 90,000 square feet of indoor, outdoor, and business furniture, sports & exercise, toys, kitchen & household, recreation, decorating, collecting, seasonal, electronics, books, jewelry, lamps, luggage, office supplies, dishes, clothing.

Drop-off saleable donations at Kiwanis Center on Fridays, Saturdays 9 am − 1 pm. Donations may also be dropped off any timeplaced in the covered enclosure in the parking lot. Sale merchandise  comes from you great people . . . Thank You . .

We also pick up saleable donations
Phone 734-665-0450 to leave message

Ride the WAVE to the Kiwanis Thrift Sale!!!
Everyone can take the #30 bus from Downtown Ann Arbor to Meijer on Jackson Rd. and transfer to the Wave, to take them to the the Kiwanis Thrift Sale bus stop on NW corner of Jackson and Staebler. The fare from Meijer to Kiwanis is $.50 each way. See schedule for the Wave (Jackson Rd Corridor).

Flippin' for Kiwanis! is new fun and profit event for Kiwanis at the Kiwanis Center

Weekly Specials are listed on

Drop-off donations       Household aid needs

High demand items      Unacceptable items

The Kiwanis Thrift Sale at the new Kiwanis Center is open Friday and Saturday 9:00 am -1:00 pm for sales to the public and for drop off of donations from the public, at 100 N Staebler at Jackson Rd (1 mile west of Zeeb, across from Menards) (see maps). The Kiwanis Thrift Sale Downtown has closed and its departments have moved to the new Kiwanis Center. Sales are staffed by Kiwanis members and volunteers. The Kiwanis Center is owned by the Ann Arbor Kiwanis Club Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, and donations to the Sale are tax deductible. The Sales fund a wide variety of charities and social agencies in Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County. Each year the Foundation contributes over $250,000 in cash and goods to help 25,000 people. Web site and photos are by RICarr.