Hole in the Wall, Guilford’s oldest and only non-profit consignment and resale shop, is located at 35 Boston Street, across from Guilford Savings Bank in the Boston Commons shopping center. In 2014, Hole in the Wall celebrated its 40th year of continuous support of Guilford’s A Better Chance program. Here is a Guilford Courier article that looks back over the years and celebrates that milestone.
New merchandise arrives every day at Hole in the Wall, always gently priced and offering great value. The shop is open seven days a week: Monday through Friday, 10 am to 5pm; Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm; Sunday, noon to 4 pm. Customers often remark on the friendly environment and helpful service provided by a staff of dedicated volunteers and a supportive management team who delight in helping customers find just the right thing.
Quality clothing, housewares, jewelry, shoes, books and seasonal items are accepted for consignment or donation. Donations are accepted daily. Consignors should call the shop (203-453-2088) to arrange an appointment. Clothing should be on hangers, in current style and season, clean, pressed and in excellent condition.
Volunteering at Hole in the Wall
If you or someone you know has a few hours a week and is looking for a friendly environment in which to serve, please call Patty Sullivan, Hole in the Wall's manager at 203-453-2088, or stop by the shop. Warning: It's hard to leave empty handed!
Click here to read an April 1, 2015 article in The Courier about Marge Welsh, a 22-year Hole in the Wall volunteer.
ALL proceeds from sale of donated goods go to
the Guilford A Better Chance program.
Donors may request a receipt for tax purposes.