Revive community partners
Revive is returning for its fourth year on Saturday 17 August in the lead up to National Op Shop Week and will feature local charities, retailers, students, crafters, clothes vendors and on-site stylists to offer a fun fashion-focused program of activities, such as markets, runway shows, styling and live entertainment, as well as food from some of Brisbane's best food trucks.
Continue to hunt for pre-loved bargains by finding some of the Revive stallholders and community partners in their permanent locations across Brisbane.
Brisbane City Council is committed to keeping Brisbane clean and green by reducing the amount of textile waste sent to landfill. You can do your part by rethinking your purchases, expressing your individuality with second-hand clothes and repairing your clothing.
Selling pre-loved and never-been-worn clothing for men and women, this Revive stall will include vintage and retro clothing.
Endeavour Foundation Recycled Clothing Stores fundraise to support people with a disability.
Link Vision provides good quality, affordable residential accommodation for people with low or no vision and advocates for better educational and vocational opportunities for children and adults with low or no vision.
The RSPCA is a community-based charity that works to prevent cruelty to animals by actively promoting their care and protection.
Salvos Stores divert 15,000 tonnes of clothing and household items each year from landfill and fund community work across a range of areas including aged care, drug and alcohol abuse counselling, crisis support accommodation, youth support and more.
Save the Children
Save the Children is one of Australia's largest aid and development agencies dedicated to helping children. They have op shops across the country to support their cause.
St Vincent de Paul
The St Vincent de Paul Society assists people in need and works to combat social injustice across Australia. Their Vinnies stores provide affordable and pre-loved items. Everything you buy or donate inspires change in your local community.
Uniting Care Community - Lifeline
Lifeline has more than 130 Lifeline Shops across Queensland that sell donated goods like clothing, books, furniture and bric-a-brac to raise funds for our counselling and support services.
YMCA help fund the benevolent arm of their organisation. Y-Care (South East Queensland) Incorporate provides facilities and programs for marginalised and disadvantaged young people in need of help, as well as providing affordable accommodation for people who have been without a home.