A shop with a purpose
The Groomed to Go Op Shop is not your average thrift store. Founded on the principles of sustainability and community support, all proceeds from the shop go toward funding the Groomed to Go program which aims to empower individuals in our community who are facing barriers to employment. With its wide array of treasures, dedication to sustainability, and commitment to empowering individuals in our community, it's a destination worth exploring. The next time you're in the mood for a unique shopping experience, head to the Groomed to Go Op Shop (Shop 6/11 Station Street Mall, Frankston) and discover the joy of thrift shopping with a purpose. Your wardrobe and your heart will thank you!
In an age where fast fashion dominates the market, the Groomed to Go Op Shop offers an eco-friendly alternative. By giving second-hand items a new lease on life, this shop promotes sustainability by reducing waste and conserving resources. Each time you shop here, you actively participate in the fight against the environmental impact of the fashion industry.
BYO reusable shopping bags are a must - to help protect our environment, paper bags are provided for a fee of 25 cents per bag, on an as available basis. It's guaranteed you'll need something to carry home all your new-found treasures, so bring a bag just in case!
A friendly and inclusive atmosphere
One of the standout features of the Groomed to Go Op Shop is its welcoming and inclusive atmosphere. The shop's dedicated volunteers and staff are always ready to assist you, making your shopping experience enjoyable and stress-free. Whether you're a seasoned thrifter or new to the world of second-hand shopping, you'll feel right at home here.
If you're passionate about the mission of the Groomed to Go Op Shop, there are several ways to get involved beyond shopping. You can consider volunteering your time or donating gently used items to support the cause. By doing so, you become an active participant in the cycle of sustainability and community empowerment that this shop fosters.