The Salvation Army was founded in 1865 by William Booth, an evangelical minister who spread the idea of a fixed,…More single and traditional standing church as the only means for true worship. Booth formed an organization -- or army -- of evangelists. Today The Salvation Army is known most as a donation center for the elderly, sick and poor.
This center does not accept donations; instead, it is a parish and a house of worship. It houses a day care center and after school program in its quarters facing Kosciusko Street, and it runs a food pantry Monday through Friday from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Salvation Army 110 Kosciuszko St, Brooklyn, NY11216 The Salvation Army offers a wide and ever-changing inventory of gently used clothing and housewares at discounted…More prices, providing them for those who would like to save a little money on the necessities. The Salvation Army also accepts donations from the public, which are tax-deductable.
RGR Family Thrift Store 1457 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY11221 RGR Family Thrift Store is located on the corner of Putnam and Broadway. It offers a wide range of suits, shoes,…More accessories, coats, pants, blouses and other clothing. For formal wear such as suits and jackets, everything is hung on racks, but in the second room there are multiple bins of low-priced clothes to dig through. RGR Family Thrift Store does not accept clothing donations.