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Are you ready for the 2019-20 School Year to begin?  We are! Check out our Fundraising Tab for all the information you need on how your school can raise money at the Ann Arbor PTO Thrift Shop! Our new Fall Promo is posted and Raffle Packets are ready to be picked up at the shop! We’re ready when you are!


 

Attention Students! Are you looking for a fun way to earn Service Hours for Honor Society, IB, your Sports Club/Team, etc.?

Click on our Volunteer Tab and sign up to help at the Ann Arbor PTO Thrift Shop! Your hours will not only earn you Service Hours, but they also can be applied to the President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA)! 


 

Show your Support is back!

See Fundraising Tab for Details.

Earn a token/vote for every $5 spent!

Shop, Save, and Support AAPS!


 

PLEASE NOTE:

We are unable to accept linens and craft items until Thursday, August 29th. We are at maximum capacity for these items.

We are also at maximum capacity for Toys, Games & Puzzles, and large outdoor play items and are unable to accept donations of these items until further notice.

Watch here and on our Facebook page for updates.

We are accepting lamps and other small appliances.  Going forward, we may add other items as acceptable.  Thank you for your generosity, understanding, and patience as we process the volume of in-shop inventory.  In the meantime, please consider donating your items to another deserving local nonprofit.


 

Congratulations to all Ann Arbor Public Schools for earning funds during their Show Your Support Weeks!

School Spirit and supporting the A2 PTO Thrift Shop pay off! 


Congratulations to all our 2018 Raffle Winners!

And Congratulations to the schools/groups that sold tickets!

Together you raised $17,340 for your schools!


 

Our Assistant Managers, Caitlyn Wackrow and Miles Bruns, celebrated all of the environmental and energy initiatives throughout Ann Arbor by participating in EarthFest: Party for the Planet! in the Diag, downtown Ann Arbor, this past September.