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Hospice Thrift Stores:
Quality Merchandise at Bargain-Basement Prices

Our beautiful thrift stores are top notch in quality, service and new merchandise—not to mention our monthly sales and specials.

Shop at any of our five stores located conveniently throughout the county and discover The Gallery (fine clothing), furniture, house wares and unique items. Each spacious store consists of “departments” to best showcase the finest merchandise of any thrift store. Why? Because those who know the benefits of hospice care are generous with their gently used items and quality furniture. This helps Hospice of Marion County continue to provide care to any patient regardless of ability to pay, in addition to our special bereavement services to adults and children.

Inventory—all donated items from individuals and businesses—changes daily. Check out the furniture, clothing and shoes for adults and children, jewelry, accessories, household goods and one-of-a-kind treasures to satisfy even the most discerning shopper. Watch your local newspaper for specials and promotions.

Thrift Store Locations:

Belleview: Belleview Regional Shopping Center
10325 S. US Hwy 441

Ocala West: Jasmine Square
6126 SW SR 200:

Ocala Central: Shoppes at Paddock Park
3101 SW 34th Ave, Suite 704

Summerfield: Terrace Shoppes
17860 SE 109th Avenue, Suite 607

Ocala East: Six Gun Plaza
4901 E. Silver Springs Blvd, # 603

Hours are:

Monday—Friday; 10 am-4 pm
Saturday; 9 am-4 pm
Jasmine Square
Monday—Saturday; 9 am-4 pm
Monday —Saturday; 9 am-5 pm
Sunday; 12 pm-5 pm
Six Gun Plaza
10 am-5 pm
Sunday; 12 pm-4 pm
Paddock Park Shoppes
Monday—Saturday; 10 am-5 pm

Donations accepted 10 AM to 3 PM all locations

How to Donate Items

Thrift Store PickupDonations are accepted at our stores from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Our couriers are available to pick up your large sellable items during the business week by calling (352) 512-8585. We are not able to accept items of un-sellable quality or appliances, hospital beds, mattresses, box springs or any gas-powered equipment.

Click here for a list of items that the thrift stores cannot accept.

Thrift Store VolunteersBecome a volunteer sales associate at one of our Thrift Stores. It’s fun, worthwhile and fulfilling.


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Items that Hospice of Marion County Thrift Stores Cannot Accept

  • Larger appliances (dishwashers, refrigerators, stoves, washers/dryers)
  • Mattresses, bed pillows
  • We do accept flat screen televisions in working order
  • Hazardous materials, chemicals
  • Machinery that uses gasoline or oxygen tanks
  • Safety helmets
  • Children’s car seats
  • Treadmills
  • Organs
  • Hospital beds
  • Water beds

We strive to make our stores the finest place to shop and we want you to be able to enjoy your visit with us. We are sure that you will find our stores comfortable, clean, and friendly. We regret to have to turn down any donation no matter how small, but there are times when we must say no. When items are not in good condition and cannot be sold there is a cost to dispose of them using the Marion County landfill. We appreciate your support in this matter.

The four Hospice Thrift Stores are operated by Hospice of Marion County, Inc.