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Second Life Atlanta

Rating: 5 stars   1 review 113


1 N. Clarendon Avenue Avondale Estates GA 30002 USA


Second Life is an upscale thrift store in the Atlanta area that was created with the mission of giving homeless pets a second chance at life. We are a 501(c)(3) organization so all donations are tax deductible. Our store sells gently used clothing, home decorations and furniture. In turn, we support animal rescue charities and programs with much-needed cash donations. Get consignment store quality at thrift store prices! Donate today! Our goal is to offer our customers a unique and fun shopping experience where every purchase benefits homeless pets. Find a treat for yourself and give homeless pets a second chance at life!

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Role: General Member of the Public
Rating: 5 stars  

This great upscale thrift store has the feel of a consignment store while supporting homeless animals in the Atlanta metro area. Their merchandize is top notch with regular sales and specials. In addition to their support of dedicated animal charities, they hold regular adoption weekends, special services for animals such as spay/neuter deals and other animal-related services. The business is staffed with only two part time employees and volunteers; advertising is mostly through social media, so administrative costs are minimal with a high percentage of their sales going to the animal causes. This is their website with address and hours and how to donate. On the website, check out "Lucky's Blog" to get an idea of the philosophy of the founder/owner. http://www.secondlifeatlanta.org/index.html

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