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The Community Closet is in business to serve the local community. As industry leaders, we are always expanding our reach and venturing into innovative concepts that benefit both the local and global community. Check out what we have been up to lately, or peruse our archives to learn more about our rich history of community involvement.

February 4, 2018

The Community Closet’s mission is larger than providing affordable second-hand clothing and household goods; they are also one of the largest charitable foundations in Park County. Since opening their doors in 2005 and taking in donations of goods that may have otherwi...

August 30, 2017

“A sorrow shared is half the sorrow. A joy shared is twice the joy.” Most cultures have a version of this proverb and it is more relevant than ever. Researchers are increasingly alarmed at statistics showing a growth in sorrow and loneliness –...

June 12, 2017

The Community Closet is welcoming donations of packages of disposable diapers of all sizes for the new Park County Diaper Depot.

Little house of big bargains integral part of the successful Community Closet 'machine'

 

At 9:45 on a Saturday morning, the regulars are already gathering outside the Alley Annex. Some hang back and chat, sharing community news and gossip. Others shade their eyes and pe...

Make ‘em laugh. Make ‘em smile. And, yes, maybe just creep ‘em out a little so they don’t stay in there too long – the bathroom that is.

 

The Community Closet staff takes great pride in their imaginative bathroom designs. Every year they redecorate the bathroom with a n...

 

Patagonia lovers, rejoice. The Community Closet’s annual Patagonia sale starts Saturday. And this year’s sale is bigger and better than ever before.

 

“We save all the Patagonia items that are donated throughout the year for the February sale and this year we collected...

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