DUE TO THE EXCEPTIONAL SITUATION WITH COVID-19, THE SHOP AND THE DONATION CENT WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL MONDAY APRIL 13.
RECYCLE, SAVE MONEY AND HELP END SENIOR ISOLATION – ALL AT ONCE!
La Boutique, Little Brothers’ thrift shop at 1380 Gilford Street, gives new life to second-hand items received from our generous donors. The proceeds from the store’s operations help fund our operations and create a “forever family” for more than 1,542 lonely seniors in Quebec. Our Elder Friends shop free of charge at La Boutique for items to improve their quality of life. With this handy resource, they can find warm boots for cold weather, brighten a room with an attractive ornament, pick up a little something special to lift their spirits or fill an empty suitcase for an upcoming stay at our vacation lodge in Oka.
Monday–Friday: 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday–Sunday: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Please note that our business hours are based on the availability of the generous volunteers who run La Boutique.
TREASURES AT BARGAIN PRICES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!
CLOTHES, SHOES, JEWELLERY, ACCESSORIES, BOOKS, MUSIC, TOYS, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS AND MUCH MORE… Come pamper yourself or pick up a lovely gift! It’s great for your pocketbook – and great for the planet!
Kindly use the collection container located at 1380 Gilford Street, at the corner of Garnier. Larger items such as artwork and small pieces of furniture can be delivered to La Boutique during regular business hours. We accept full-size appliances and furniture by appointment (no beds, bed frames or mattresses please). Note that we do not offer pick-up or delivery service and that we never solicit goods door to door.
Ask us about our loyalty card and save even more while helping out a good cause.
VOLUNTEER AT LA BOUTIQUE
Do you have a few hours per week or per month to give? Join La Boutique’s enthusiastic and friendly team. La Boutique is always looking for sorters, packers and clerks to help run the store and serve customers.
“Being a volunteer at La Boutique is like having permission to poke around in people’s attics. We discover lots of fascinating treasures: vintage clothing, books, music, bedding, dishes and much more, all of which meets the needs of the diverse group of people who love shopping here. The atmosphere at the shop is cheerful and upbeat, and the people here are an easy-going, happy-go-lucky bunch. Everyone has a part to play and they do it as best they can, encouraging everyone to join in. Volunteering at La Boutique is a great adventure.” – Diane Lalonde, volunteer since 2013