Funky Flamingo 2nds Resale and Thrift store is a project of H.O.M.E.S., Inc., a charitable organization dedicated to providing quality community & economic development, benefiting disadvantaged and at-risk residents and neighborhoods in Broward County, Florida.
Funky Flamingo 2nds Thrift Shop
Gently used furniture for sale in a quaint setting.
Clean, easy to find and pleasant to shop! Centrally located in Fort Lauderdale, many who have visited say it is the best second have store they have seen. If you love thrift storese and thrift store furniture , you will love Funky Flamingo 2nd second hand store.
Don’t forget to have one of Ms. Catherine’s yummy homemade cookies.
We accept your donations of gently used furniture, art, household items. Pick up and Delivery available. Call or stop by today!
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Thanks to our funders!
This second hand thrift store project is made possible through a number of community grants and partnerships. These include building renovation funds (City of Fort Lauderdale: CDBG-R), funding for the Resale Shop Manager & the Job Coaching & Paid Internship Program Director (City of Ft. Lauderdale: CDBG), start-up costs (Salah Foundation), and funding to pay youth aged out of foster care salaries during their internships (Jim Moran Foundation & Community Foundation of Broward).
H.O.M.E.S. is currently collecting quality used home furniture, accessories, art work, etc., which will be either sold in the new store, or used to furnish apartments for our aged out of foster care youth. Local businesses participate in our internship program, furnishing meaningful work experiences to our youth (with the youth being paid from our grants).
Where the proceeds go!
Profits from the thrift shop will be used in programs and projects carrying out H.O.M.E.S. charitable mission in Broward County – including our supportive housing program for former foster youth. H.O.M.E.S., A charitable organization, provides shelter and so much more to youth who have aged out of foster care.