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Cure Thrift Shop

Bargains for You ... Benefits for DRI!

The Cure Thrift Shop houses beautifully showcased designer clothing, antique and contemporary furnishings, collectibles, and loads of high-end merchandise. And, to make it even better -- all profits benefit the Diabetes Research Institute, to further its search for a diabetes cure.

is thrift store heaven!

Cure Thrift Shop's founder, Elizabeth Wolff, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when she was 11 years old. After spending several years in fundraising and the thrift shop industry, Liz is now combining her passion for art and antiques with her personal mission: to help bring home the diabetes cure.

For her efforts, Liz was featured as "NYer of the Week" on New York television. Watch the coverage.

Donations of merchandise to Cure Thrift Shop are encouraged and very much appreciated.

Please contribute your new and gently used furniture, clothing, shoes, accessories, books, art, collectibles, household items, electronics, jewelry, antiques, and anything else that is usable and saleable.

Send an email for more information, or contact:

111 East 12th Street
(between Third and Fourth avenues)
New York, NY 10003

The Cure Thrift Shop opened in Manhattan’s trendy and chic East Village in July, 2008. >> Jump to examples of some of the great merchandise you'll find inside.


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