It’s not too late to finish your holiday shopping with Community Forklift

There’s still time to shop online!

Still stressed about your holiday shopping? We’re getting down to the wire, but never fear! You can still shop online with us and then pick it up in-store to make sure you get it in time for the holiday. We can no longer guarantee items we ship will arrive by December 25th, but if you pick it up yourself – problem solved! Community Forklift has hundreds of unique and vintage gifts in our online stores. Find something for even the pickiest person on your list among our interior decor, unique local items, new and vintage tools, beautiful lamps, historic items, what-nots, and much more!

To ensure we hold your item for pick up and do not ship it, apply discount code Local Pickup when checking out, and email VintageLift (at) CommunityForklift (dot) org to arrange a time to pick up your item.

Shop online at the Community Forklift Marketplace
and our eBay store.

From the top clockwise: Kamishimo Samurai figure by Iro-Gamishimo; steel bird shelf brackets, complete set of Snap-on® steep angle open end wrenches; vintage Erector set; antique expanding foldable brass bookend set; vintage Claddagh solid brass door knocker; salvaged mushroom amber glass furniture knobs.

*All pictured items are currently for sale and may no longer be available

 

Not sure what to get someone? A gift card is a fabulous present!

Stop by the warehouse to pick up a Forklift gift card today. We offer Community Forklift gift cards in any amount from $5 and up.
You can also buy a Forklift gift card online, and we’ll mail it for you! Gift cards are quicker for us to process and mail, so you still have time to place your order. If you order a gift card before December 18th, we can still get it to you before Christmas!

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By shopping online or purchasing a gift card, you’re helping Community Forklift lift up local communities. Our nonprofit turns the construction waste stream into a resource stream for communities in the DC region – keeping perfectly good items out of the landfill, preserving historic materials, making home repairs more affordable, and creating local green jobs.