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Savers Thrift Store in Framingham, MA is an impressive thrift store, a community champion and a revolutionary recycler. Located at 500 Cochituate Road, we offer an incredible selection of pre-loved treasures you can't find anywhere else. We're talking apparel and shoes for all sizes and ages, housewares from everyday dishes to fine China, accessories, books, electronics and much more to the tune of thousands of items.
And guess what else? Every Savers store has a Community Donation Center benefitting a nonprofit organization in your community like Epilepsy New England Foundation. We also do our part for Planet Earth by giving goods a second life instead of one in a landfill. Last year alone, Savers repurposed over 700 million pounds of goods – that's the weight of over 100,000 elephants!
With a Savers thrift store in Framingham, there really is something for everyone. Whether you're in the market to buy one-of-a-kind finds at a great value or in the mindset to de-clutter, you've come to the right place. Because here, you benefit the community when you shop, and you help support nonprofits when you donate. How very neighborly!
Clothing & Shoes, Men's, Women's, Children's, Hats, Mittens, Scarves, Ties, Nylons, Socks, Underwear, Hardback and Paperback Books, Magazines, Records, Tapes, CDs, Videos, DVDs, Computer Software, Pots, Pans, Utensils, China Cups, Vases, Dishes, Cutlery, Glassware, Silverware, Stemware, Small Electrical Toasters, Radio, Power Tools, Irons, Blenders, Mixers, Stereos, CD Players, Speakers. Please call store for details.
TVI, Inc. d/b/a Savers is a for profit paid fundraiser accepting donations of secondhand clothing and household goods on behalf of Epilepsy Foundation New England, Address: 335 Main Street, Unit 8, Wilmington, MA 01887, Phone: (617) 506-6041, whose mission is to stop seizures and Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP), find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy through efforts including education, advocacy, and research to accelerate ideas into therapies.