Pennies For Change Thrift Boutique


2715 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd
Durham, NC 27707
Phone: (919) 237-2167

Pennies For Change Thrift Boutique

Google Reviews

Photo of Evon Barnes Evon Barnes
Jan 2, 2019 5

Thanks to all the folks who carefully select display merchandise. The store beautifully displays everything; the look is inviting, & intentional. I didn't go to purchase. Instead, I went to drop off gently used women's apparel & shoes. I'm not sure who the assistant was (he certainly wasn't the manager), but this middle-aged aged man was the most compassionate, helpful person in the store. He had a wonderful disposition as he helped me unload my car. Thank you for offering great merchandise for a wonderful cause. Keep that helpful man!

Photo of Tamara Yamaykin Tamara Yamaykin
Jan 20, 2019 5

This is a true treasure, full of unexpected, one of a kind items. Clean, well organized and artfully staged

Photo of Joi Whittington Joi Whittington
Sep 25, 2018 5

Lovely consignment for women's clothes and housewares with a meaningful and noble cause. I've found so many cute pieces there. Their sizes in clothes are broad... I just wish people with size 9 shoe donated more often! 😊

Photo of Helen Navascues Helen Navascues
Nov 12, 2018 5

It is a wonderful charity. Staff is helpful and pleasant and great finds can be found. Highly recommend this little gem

Photo of Frances Smith Frances Smith
Sep 26, 2018 5

Oh I just love this place they have quality for less.The people that work their are nice also.Your purchases helps battered women .

Photo of Theda Claire Theda Claire
May 19, 2018 2

This used to be one of my favorite stores. I quit going when the proprietor was extremely nasty to my stroller-confined, partially blind child over what she perceived as misbehavior. Here's a basic tip with dealing with other human beings: If a young child is behaving in a way that's causing you a problem, you don't berate the child. You talk to the parents. If she wanted to be rotten to someone, I was standing right there and was the appropriate target. If people at Pennies for Change can't figure out that why this was bizarre behavior (especially for a charity for women!), then that's pretty embarrassing.