Chicago's Premier Philanthropic Consignment Shop 

North Shore Exchange is Glencoe's nonprofit resale boutique offering an edited collection of upscale and luxury designer women's clothing and accessories, as well as beautiful furniture and home décor. As the charitable endeavor of the Woman's Library Club of Glencoe, all of our profits support organizations providing human services for children and families at or below the poverty level, as well as our own Family Service of Glencoe. Since opening in March 2013, we have given away $700,000 in funds to well-deserving charities. 

Store photography by Kathleen Page Photography.


Browse the aisles of our online store featuring a curated collection of women's fashion and home furnishings from our current in-store merchandise. Check back often, as our inventory is updated often.


Consigning or donating with us simply feels good knowing that our profits go to support nonprofit organizations helping children and families in need. Our rates are competitive with other luxury resale shops and online outlets.

OUR MIssion

While we love fashion and interior design, giving back is the true passion behind our shop.  Take a look at the list of worthy organizations that have received the $700,000 in grants awarded to-date and learn how your organization could be considered.

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Look of the Week: Weekend Approved Denim


YSL downtown charcoal suede tote, was $495, now $371.25.

YSL downtown charcoal suede tote, was $495, now $371.25.

Rag & Bone moto boots, size 39, were $125, now $93.75.

Rag & Bone moto boots, size 39, were $125, now $93.75.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide funding for organizations that provide human services to children and families.  

The majority of our grants go to organizations providing services in the Midwest that support those at or near poverty level, while the remaining funds stay in our own backyard as we support our own Family Service of Glencoe.