New4You Thrift Boutique
4909 Cordell Ave.
Bethesda, MD, 20814
Open: Wed- Sat, 11 to 4;
Sun 12 to 4
We can help your feet look great. The thrift shop currently has an amazing array of fashionable boots. In addition, you can find a wonderful collection of other men's and women's shoes of all types...from dressy to casual to sports.
Bethesda Magazine again recognized New4You in 2023 as a Best of Bethesda finalist. In 2022, New4You was named as a "Best New Place to Shop" by the magazine's editors.. As stated on page 107 of the January 2022, issue,, "Downtown Bethesda gained a shop that is big on space--and also big on doing good....you never know what you might find--but you do know you're helping those in need when you make a purchase."
The shop's all-volunteer staff is very grateful for its recognition two years in a row.
New4You donated its profits of $35,000 to two local charities in December. This amount, earned in six months, is $3,000 more than the total charitable donation made during our first year of business last year.
In the top photo, Board officers, Miriam Raskin, Kathleen Landells (on her left), and Jill Chobian (far right) present a $17,500 check to Francha Davis, Executive Director of Voices for Children Montgomery CASA. In the bottom photo, Miriam Raskin and other Board officers presents a $17,500 check to Shepherd's Table representatives, Christina Moore, Director of Meal Services, and Daniella Burgos, Director of Development and Communications. See "About Us" for more information about these charities.
Hours of operation are:
Wednesday to Saturday: 11-4
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays
Note: When Montgomery County schools are closed because of weather conditions, the thrift shop is also closed.
Payments may be made by credit or debit cards -- except American Express --and cash. We will also accept Google Pay and Apple Pay.
No checks and no $100 bills accepted.
Check out this unique vintage two-tone mink coat. It's one of the many unusual finds you can discover at New4You.
We are located near two municipal parking lots which are free on Saturdays & Sundays.
One, at 4925 Del Ray Avenue, also has an entrance on Auburn.
The other lot has entrances on 4935 Cordell and St. Elmo.
If you are just dropping off donations, please park or double park in front of the store, open the door or call the store, and a volunteer will help you unload. Do not pull into the alley by the store; it's private property and you could be towed even if there for a few minutes.
The free Bethesda Circulator and the #34 Ride-On bus travel to and from the Bethesda Metro station. Both stop at the corner of Old Georgetown Road and Cordell Avenue.
The boutique is a ten-minute walk from the Bethesda Metrorail Station. Walk north on Old Georgetown Road to Cordell, turn right on Cordell to 4909.