Richmond! You have amazed us with your donations the last few months. We are so thankful that for your support. While we continue to work through the large amount of fantastic donations you’ve brought us, our contactless donation area outside is a very necessary holding area for new donations. Our staff checks the donation area regularly to bring in new donations as we make room in the back. Don’t worry, your donations are never alone for long!
Limiting our back room space to staff only also provides additional protection for our team as Covid-19 continues to a health and safety issue.
We want to make sure your donations are safe and protected. Please refrain from making donations during inclement weather.
If it’s precipitating, press pause! If there is snow, donations are a no-go!
Masking & Distancing
At this time, masks are not required for fully vaccinated customers. If you are not yet fully vaccinated, masking is required. While visiting our store, please follow CDC recommendations to help protect yourself, other customers, and our staff.
- Hand sanitizer and masks are available near the entrance
- We will continue to provide for social distancing in the store and ask that all customers follow posted direction for spacing at the registers.
- Donations at Cary Street will continue to be contactless.
We ask that our customers and donors be guided by kindness and consideration of others when they visit our stores. Please give each other space to shop and our staff room to work safely and stay home if you are experiencing symptoms of Covid-19.
About The Clothes Rack:
The Junior League of Richmond (JLR) operates two stores that generate funds for JLR programs in our community and membership training. Sales are made possible entirely by the generosity of donations of clothing, household items, and furnishings by our members and the community at large.
Since opening its doors over 70 years ago, The Clothes Rack quickly grew to become the Junior League of Richmond’s #1 fundraiser. In the last 25 years, The Clothes Rack has returned more than $2 million to the Richmond community. While our community programs funded by The Clothes Rack’s profits have been diverse over the years, the goal of the store has always been the same – to provide new and nearly new merchandise at affordable prices to the community.