Did you know that Dress Best for Less (DBFL), Piedmont’s own non-profit resale shop, is one of the largest donors to the Piedmont Education Foundation every year? In the 2016-2017 school year alone, they gave $100,000 to PEF.

Since 1982, DBFL, a 501c3 charitable organization, has donated over $1 million to PEF.  Piedmont’s own resale operation that sells and recycles donated goods from local residents, DBFL supports our schools while helping Piedmonters reduce, reuse and recycle.  With proceeds from their resale boutique, DBFL underwrites grants supporting teacher growth and innovation across the District.  Thank you, DBFL!

Cleaning closets? Recycle and reuse with Dress Best for Less! DBFL is always in need of gently used and good condition clothing, books, sporting goods and other small household items that will produce revenues for the schools. (Please no computers, non-working electrical items, or soiled, stained, moldy items!). Donate items at the marking room at 799 Magnolia Avenue, across from Piedmont High School.

Shop at the Store for Great Bargains. DBFL is the best upscale resale store in the East Bay! We sell only the most current styles and labels as well as household items in a friendly, organized atmosphere.  Come to the Store located at 3411 Lakeshore Avenue.

WHERE TO SHOP

3411 Lakeshore Ave.
Oakland, CA 94610
(510) 658-8525

Wednesday-Sunday
11 AM – 6 PM

WHERE TO DONATE & SHOP

DBFL Marking Room
799 Magnolia Avenue
Piedmont, CA 94611
(510) 653-0221

Monday (donations only!) – 10:00 AM to noon
Tuesday, 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM
Wednesday – 9 AM to 4:00 PM
Saturday – 10 AM to noon

Shop on the last Saturday of every month, and fill a bag for only $10!

Donating: Use the donation bin for easy drop off, or donations may be dropped off during hours of operation. Please tie bags closed before dropping in the bin. For items that are large or breakable, please drop off only during the open hours to reduce the theft of donations. All donations are tax deductible (forms are available online at dressbestforless.org)