About us

History

The Grandma's Den Thrift Shop was first opened around 1980 and was operated by a group of senior ladies from the community.  The ladies collected and resold donated items.  Since 1993 Grandma's Den has been overseen by a Board of Directors.  The store provides community access to  individuals with developmental disabilities giving them the experience of operating a store.  In 1996 Grandma's Den purchased three shop bays.  The building was renovated to accommodate Grandma's Den Thrift Shop and to be utilized as a vocational training centre.  In 1997, a woodworking shop was established within Grandma's Den, providing  a different avenue for the special needs community.  2007 Grandma's Den purchased Chalifoux Motors Building on Main Street.


Today 

Grandma's Den receives donations such as used clothing and personal items, used furniture, T.V., personal electronics and household items.  Items are refurbished whenever possible to create an acceptable item for resale to the public.  All items are sold as is.  In the process we provide work experience and training opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities that are within the Falher Friendship Corner Association. 
The woodshop continues to provide various items for sale. 
Business hour
 
Mon-Fri: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sat-Sun: closed
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