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About START Rescue Resale 

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START Rescue Resale is a FOR CHARITY, Luxury thrift store.

The START Rescue Resale Store is a neighborhood and online luxury thrift store located in Sherman Oaks near West Hollywood and Beverly Hills, with a mission to rescue homeless animals. All of the proceeds from the shop (after the monthly bills are paid) go directly to S.T.A.R.T. Rescue, an award-winning nonprofit organization, dedicated to saving animals from high-kill shelters, and from other perilous conditions.

START Rescue  Resale sells high-end,  luxury thrift, including the most popular brands such as GucciChanel, and Dior.  Other items you will find include furniture, art, lamps, pillows, clothing,  jewelry, gift items, and more,  SRR is a fabulous gift shop too!

Don’t miss our onsite Designer’s Hideaway Room featuring high-end jewelry, collectibles clothing, purses, and shoes or our Couture Collection Room which is the “piece de resistance!”   This exclusive space is booked by appointment only and features couture clothing and accessories by ChanelPradaValentinoOscar de La RentaAlexander McQueenYSLJimmy ChooGucci, and more.


Your Donations Matter

When you donate your items, you're not just decluttering your home – you're making a tangible difference in the lives of animals in need. Your donated items, whether it's that pair of designer jeans that you no longer favor, your neglected pair of gold earrings, or an antique side table, your items can be sold to raise crucial funds for shelters and rescue organizations. These funds go directly towards providing shelter, medical care, and adoption services for animals who desperately need them. By choosing to donate, you're giving these animals a second chance at a happy and fulfilling life. It's a simple yet powerful way to support a cause that truly matters.

Meet the Manager

Thrift Store Manager

Rene Ruston

Rene runs the shop pro bono, is a co-founder of START Rescue,

and a board member too!

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