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Shop Secondhand

Calling all bargain hunters with a heart.

We have Op Shops in four locations – K-Road, Glen Innes, Grafton and Takapuna, plus a TradeMe store. These stores offer a great range of pre-loved and new items, from men’s and women’s clothing and accessories, to bric-a-brac, books, music and more.

You can find hidden gems from all eras and all seasons in our stores.

All profits from these shops are returned directly to help fund the Mission’s social services.

About our shops

TradeMe store

If you enjoy shopping online, make sure to check out the Auckland City Mission Trade Me Store. We always have something special for sale.

Visit our TradeMe store

Grafton Shop & TradeMe pick-ups

This is your go-to store if you are after a new cool wardrobe or if you are looking to redecorate your house.

There is an incredible selection of clothing, books and toiletries, and a furniture section too.

Glen Innes

Our Glen Innes Shop has treasures for everybody – from clothing to bric-a-brac, books, linen and more.

No two days are the same when you visit this shop.

K' Road

Our K’ Road store is a fun and creative environment with plenty of expertly selected items – from collectable items to vintage clothing, jewellery, books and more.

This is a great place to find unique statement pieces.

Takapuna

Do not miss the treasures to be found in this lovely little shop located in Takapuna’s town centre.

There is a great range of new and gently used clothing, shoes, books, bric-a-brac, linen, toiletries and more – you will always find something special here.

Testimonials

In the last year, generous

Aucklanders like you have

helped Aucklanders in need...

575

home visits to
provide community
based support

48,679

emergency
food parcels
distributed

17,054

health consultations

536

drug and alcohol
assessments