It all began with an idea and amazing community support…
In 1997, we created a seasonal holiday gift and decor retail store run by volunteers. At the end of the season, the proceeds were divided between participating Clark County nonprofits.
In 2005, we opened Divine Consign Furniture, 501(c)3, a year-round furniture and home decor consignment store staffed by volunteers. Community members consign or donate gently-used, upscale furniture and decor. Consignment/donated items arrive daily and are displayed in our 10,000 sq. ft. store inspiring ideas for your home or office. You’ll want to visit often since these are one-of-a-kind consignments.
When furniture is sold, the consignor and Divine split the proceeds 50/50. Proceeds from donated furniture can be sent to the donor’s favorite nonprofit or to Divine Consign for disbursement to local nonprofits. Divine’s proceeds are awarded in yearly grants to Clark County nonprofits.
If you'd like to make a financial donation, you can do so here .
b.divine Clothing Boutique is in our lower level. There you’ll find name brand, and designer clothing and accessories. Additionally, we have sample sizes in athleisure and dresses and new clothing lines. You'll delight in finding accessories including jewelry (women owned co) handbags, and shoes. Ask our sales associates to help you find the perfect pieces and styles.
Divinely Vintage is an always changing, eclectic mix of all things vintage. Mid-century furniture (MCM), barware, enamel ware, garden art, mirrors and lighting, silver and so much more.
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About Our Executive Director
Linda Glover, Executive Director of Divine Consign
Linda Glover is Executive Director of Divine Consign, a nonprofit organization that provides community resources in the areas of arts, human services, and education. She oversees Divine Consign Furniture, an upscale consignment furniture store and b.divine clothing, an upscale resale clothing boutique. Both are located at 904 Main St., Vancouver, WA.
Linda is an involved community member receiving the NW Women’s Journal 100 Most Powerful Women in 2007, Altrusa Service Award 2008, the Women of Achievement Award in 2010, Friends of Hospice Caring Award and named a Founding Mother of Vancouver in 2016. She serves as the Chairwoman of the Board of Directors of Vancouver’s Downtown Association and is Chair of The Historical Trust. She is a member of Friends of Hospice, H-Roc, Empowering Women + Girls and the Parks Foundation. Linda also served as a Vancouver City Councilwoman.