Bargain Box

The Bargain Box sells high-quality, second-hand merchandise provided by Junior League of Raleigh members and community donors. The Junior League of Raleigh is an organization of more than 1,700 women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community though the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.

As one of the League’s major fundraisers, the Bargain Box contributes to our community by providing steady support to Junior League of Raleigh programs, volunteers and services. In addition, the Bargain Box donates thousands of Bargain Buck voucher dollars to agencies serving those in need in Wake County.


Junior League of Raleigh’s Bargain Box

Cameron Village Shopping Center

401 Woodburn Road, Raleigh, N.C. 27605

Phone: 919-833-7587


Store Hours:

  • Monday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Store holidays: In addition to Sundays, the Bargain Box is closed at the following times:

  • Monday, August 26th for Fall Turnstock
  • Labor Day, Monday September 2nd
  • Thanksgiving and day after, November 28-29th
  • December 24-26th for Christmas
  • New Year’s Day
  • MLK Day, Monday January 20th
  • Monday, March 10th for Spring Turnstock
  • Good Friday, April 19th
  • Memorial Day, Monday May 26th

Loading Bay & Drop-off Hours: 10:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Since opening its doors in 1951, the Bargain Box has contributed more than $1million to the League's efforts, to better the lives of Wake County citizens. In addition, clothes and household items are regularly donated to local agencies and nonprofit organizations clients, helping Wake County assist families in need. The Bargain Box distributes more than $25,000 in Bargain Box vouchers annually to more than 70 human service agencies for their clients to redeem for merchandise.

Bargain Box vouchers are available for human service agencies in Wake County.  Click here to apply.

A simple purchase can make a world of difference. That recycled but new-looking suit will help a discouraged young father face tomorrow's job interview more confidently. Across the aisle, a mother is helping two children excitedly select clothes for school. In another part of the store, a family who is new to the area is shopping for essential housewares. It's a typical day at the Bargain Box, the thrift shop in Cameron Village operated by the Junior League of Raleigh. Here, the League's focus on caring means offering much-needed items at a greatly reduced price.

The Bargain Box is staffed by dedicated and caring employees and volunteers who are ready to help both donors and shoppers. Visit our store ... browse, shop and donate items you think someone would find useful (all donations are tax-deductible) ... and help us help others in need.