About Summit Thrift and Treasure

Summit Thrift & Treasure are nonprofit thrift stores owned and operated by the Family and Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC).  Revenue generated by Summit Thrift & Treasure allows FIRC to address the changing needs of Summit County. Supporting our community in Frisco, Dillon, Breckenridge, and Silverthorne in Summit County, CO is our priority through a myriad of services and the funds raised from the thrift stores enables us to help more and more people each year.

Summit Thrift strives to be a community hub with affordable shopping and quality used goods. We strive to create ease with donations and help to keep as much waste out of the landfill as possible. We are sustainable and focused on the families and Summit County locals that make our community the amazing place it is.

FIRC’s overall mission as a 501(c)3 nonprofit is working to build healthy families and a strong community by providing people with the tools and education to be successful parents and community members. FIRC has been serving Summit County, Colorado, since 1993 in the ways of parenting education, emergency assistance and community support, a food bank, cultural integration and affordable thrift stores in both Breckenridge and Dillon.

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Ways Summit Thrift and Treasure helps the community:

  • We offer affordable shopping options for Summit County residents
  • We support 35% of FIRC’s programs and operations. Contributions from Summit Thrift and Treasure has allowed FIRC to expand programs and serve over 3,500 people.
  • The voucher program allows people to shop for essential items. An outfit for a job interview, winter clothing, or needed housewares is available for those who cannot afford to shop at the store.

About FIRC


FIRC promotes stable families.


Envisioning a caring and thriving community.

FIRC Values:
  • FIRC believes that with the proper tools, people can succeed as individuals, parents and community members
  • FIRC believes that strong families are the framework for strong communities
  • FIRC believes diversity makes for a more vibrant community
  • FIRC believes that parents are the first and most important teacher to their children
  • FIRC believes that community service and volunteer work is life-enriching


FIRC serves over 3,500 local families and individuals every year. Summit Thrift & Treasure is the largest funding source for programs, making up 35% of our income. For more information visit www.summitfirc.org

  • Individual Donors
  • Summit Thrift & Treasure
  • Federal, State and Local Government
  • Foundations