33 Acres’ Community Journal Spotlights One of Vancouver’s Coolest Shops

For their Community Journal project, our friends at 33 Acres Brewing Company recently created this video spotlight on Gastown’s Community Thrift & Vintage. Good people celebrating other good people is a good thing!

“When you’ve been left out of society for so long, it’s meaningful for people to go to a place that seems exclusive to them. We make sure they feel welcomed and give them a sense of personal value by offering a supportive work environment.” – Jenni Lee Nelson founded @communitythriftandvintage as a means to offer vintage clothing while also creating a philanthropic opportunity for women of the DTES.

Read the full story in Issue 06 of their Community Journal here.


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