Stay with us and stay healthy
Although YWCA Shop for Good is closed and we're unable to accept clothing donations at this time, we haven’t stopped thinking about all of our wonderful customers. Our shop staff and volunteers are in constant contact and one thing is apparent – we miss each other and we miss you!
We want to connect with you and our community, just like we do when you’re in the shop. We want to continue to hear your stories and tell you our stories. Our team thought it would be fun to share what we’ve been up to:
Shop volunteers Susan and Margaret have been hard at work making masks for friends, family and to donate to hospital staff.
I have been working from home but also cooking a lot lately, experimenting with vegan and Middle Eastern dishes.
 -- Marko , shop manager
I gave my cat, Beau a manicure and am teaching him how to play Candy Crush. I also see my grandkids often, from six feet away.
 -- Linda , shop volunteer
Three ways you can help
  • We’d love to hear from you! How are you spending your days? Send us an email or picture of what you’ve been up to at and you may see yourself in our next shop eblast.

  • Cleaning out your closet? please consider holding onto your items for now, we’d love your gently used clothing and items after the shop resumes normal business hours.

  • Your gift, in any amount, will help us help others. All profits from Shop for Good support YWCA Evanston/North Shore's critical services to vulnerable families in our communities. Consider making a donation to help ensure the safety and health of clients and staff. Please give today. 
Things to look forward to...
...Spring is here! The shop is ready for you with lots of beautiful new merchandise.

YWCA Shop for Good be closed until further notice.
No in-kind donations can be accepted during this time.

Women's Resale Boutique

Marko Djurovic, Manager

Contact the shop at 847-853-8888 or email
All profits from YWCA Shop for Good support YWCA's domestic violence and economic empowerment programs. You can help women in our communities break free from abuse and build economic security.  Make a Difference