Potpourri on the Coast is much more than a resale boutique. It is a treasure trove of vintage decor, clothing, jewelry, furniture and gift items both donated and on consignment. Potpourri also serves as a vocational training site for adults attending TERI Inc., and all profits go directly to support those with developmental disabilities. Your gently used donations are 100% tax deductible.
Potpourri is a great place to sell your furniture. We are looking for quality furniture in good condition. Broken furniture or furniture with rips, scratches, mold or stains will be refused for consignment.
There is a $60.00 fee for us to pick up your consignment items.
We welcome new and gently used donations. Donations are tax deductible! At Potpourri you can find antiques, vintage wear, new and used clothing, jewelry, art and picture frames and neat collectibles.
Donation pick-ups are free of charge.
1024 S. Coast Hwy
Oceanside, CA 92054
|Monday - Friday||Saturday||Sunday|
|9:00am - 6:00pm||9:00am - 5:00pm||11:00am - 5:00pm|
We accept consignments and sincerely thank the following active donors that contribute to Potpourri.
|Karens Consignment Gallery
4051 Voltaire St.
San Diego, CA 92071
202 N. Cedros Ave.
2931 Roosevelt St.
Carlsbad, CA 92008
|Double Take (Encinitas)
509 S. Coast Highway
Encinitas, CA 92024
180 Knoll Road
San Marcos, CA 92069
|State Street Marketplace
2659 State Street
Carlsbad, CA 92008
Volunteers enable the shop to expand services and bring in additional revenue. Volunteers assist staff with operating the cash register, customer service, answering phones, marketing, displays, and stocking inventory. Volunteers are needed 7 days a week to assist the manager and assistant manager run the store. More information on ways to volunteer.
Since its inception in 1980, TERI has grown to accommodate the needs of many while remaining true to its original goal- to improve the quality of life for children and adults with developmental and learning disabilities. Through support, advocacy, dedication, innovation, and resolve, we have brought opportunity and hope to countless individuals and families. TERI looks to the future by continuing its commitment to set new standards through establishing and operating model programs, conducting applied research in best practice procedures, and offering training and consultation to professionals, families, and other community members.
TERI specializes in serving individuals who have needs which cannot be met by other existing programs. This includes services to persons who have autism, intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, brain trauma, severe behavioral disorders, dual diagnoses, and learning disabilities.
The agency has been recognized as a model program in the State of California for the quality of services it provides to this population. As a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) California Corporation, the agency relies on donations from the community and foundations in order to continue to set the highest standards and ensure an uncompromised quality of life to this population.
To change the way the world views and helps children and adults touched by special needs.
To become an internationally recognized center of innovation and social change for children and adults touched by special needs throughout their lifespan.
To achieve this vision, TERI is embarking on our most ambitious project to date, the creation of a state of the art campus. The first facility of its kind, the Campus of Life will be a true center of excellence in the education and empowerment of individuals with developmental disabilities. The knowledge and innovative approaches generated on campus will be shared with our outside partners to improve the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities the world over. Set on 20 acres in San Diego County, the campus will provide an inspired and therapeutic environment for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities. Click below to learn more.
Click the link to download TERI's 2013 Audit Statement
TOYOTA CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER NAMED TO TERI’S NONPROFIT BOARD
Material Handling Wholesaler, June 8, 2012
Training, Education, Research & Innovation Selected as a NASET (National Association of Special Education Teachers) School of Excellence.
Internationally Recognized Non-profit program, The Learning Academy honored NASET’s most prestigious award of School Excellence.
San Diego Magazine - Michelle Williams
San Diego Magazine, September 2011
Michelle Williams - Giving A Voice To Autism
Look to the Stars, August 19th, 2011
TERI's Harriet E. Pleger Therapeutic Equestrian Program
Singer Michelle Williams talks to Wonderwall's Lisa Ingrassia about reuniting with the girls from Destiny's Child and her charity work with the TERI, an agency serving the needs of children and adults with autism. She is currently involved in TERI's The Power of Ten initiative.
Michelle Williams talks Autism
AOL Music - the Boombox, August 4th, 2011
Interview with Michelle Williams
CelebrityCafe.com, August 1st, 2011
Autism Benefit Kicked Off
Article in the San Diego CW6 website, July 28th, 2011
Singer Michelle Williams Appears in San Marcos Fundraiser
Article in the San Diego Metro, July 27th, 2011
Local nonprofit TERI to kick off fundraiser
Article in the San Diego Union Tribune, July 25th, 2011
TERI, Inc. - Fundly
Ray Lucia, CFP & TV Personality, is TERI's National Spokesperson for the Power of Real Estate
San Marcos Special Needs Center To Expand
ABC 10 News
TERI on KUSI News, with Brad Perry, discussing the new Harriet E. Pfleger Therapeutic Equestrian Center
A String in his Pocket, by Dr. Krysti DeZonia
Autism Felt, online publication, April 13, 2011
Grammy Award-Winning Singer Michelle Williams Takes on Autism
AOL BlackVoice Wellness, April 7th, 2011
REGION: Group homes fear effect of state budget cuts
North County Times, Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Williams backing autism organisation's $35 million project
MSN WonderWall via WENN, Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Training, Education & Research Institute and Grammy Award-Winning Musician Team Up To Give a Voice To Those Who Cannot Be Heard
Black Tie Magazine February 16, 2011
TERI: Moved into Action
September issue of American Executive Magazine
TERI Summer Soiree, special guest Michelle Williams
Ranch and Coast Magazine, August 28, 2010
Carmel Valley's mother personal experience impetus for helping others
Carmel Valley News, November 2010
TERI Partners with Moto Forza and Road Racing Legend Miguel Duhamel to Raise Awareness of Autism
CBS, July 21, 2010
Ranch and Coast Magazine, July 2010
Social Scene: Equine hope for autism
North County Times, June 13th, 2010
Pick up a copy today of Ranch and Coast's June Edition to see TERI's 20th Annual Golf Tournament featured in the Connect Gathering section.
Surf's up for autistic students at learning day
North County Times, May 19th, 2010
Autistic Students Catch Waves in Oceanside
KGTV San Diego, Channel 10
Learning through Service: Students take it outside the classroom
The Telescope - Focused on Palomar, April 26th, 2010
TERI's 20th Annual Fundraiser
Ranch and Coast, May 1, 2010
TERI's 20th Annual Golf Tournament
KUSI News, featuring Laura White, April 9th, 2010
Author/star of "The Horse Boy" to appear at TERI's RSF fundraiser to help children with autism and other special needs
Rancho Santa Fe Review, March 11, 2010
UCSD Players share the field with TERI
The Coast News, February 12, 2010
UCSD Baseball Hosts Scrimmage with TERI
UCSD Website, February 2010
UCSD Baseball Team Partners with TERI
San Diego Union Tribune, February 4, 2010
Autism Numbers Go Up, Autistic Children Grow Up
San Diego News Network, January 7, 2010
San Diego Business Journal
January 4, 2010
TERI campus is coming to life
San Diego Union Tribune, November 14, 2009
Autistic Adults Present A Growing Care Dilemma
KPBS, November 12, 2009
A Word from Supervisor Bill Horn
www.sdcounty.gov, November 2009
TERI breaks ground on first-of-its-kind campus
North County Times, October 2, 2009
Reinventing the McMansion
TIME Magazine, September 28, 2009
Tri-City doles out community health grants
North County Times, July 8, 2009
Autistic men graduate TERI program
North County Times, May 30, 2009
FORUM: New TERI center stands as Cono's legacy
By Cheryl Kilmer
North County Times, May 13, 2009
Entrepreneur, horse owner Cono, 86, dies
San Diego Union Tribune, April 10, 2009
Treating developmental disabilities by Cheryl Kilmer
San Diego Union Tribune, April 9, 2009
Local artist works with autistic students
The Coast News, April 3, 2009
County OKs Twin Oaks Valley site for special needs-center
San Diego Union Tribune, February 2009
Permit Ok'd for one non profit
San Diego Union Tribune, December 2008
TERI celebrates progress with campus
North County Times, December 2008
Star filly strengthens owner, trainer's tight bond
San Diego Union Tribune, October 2008
After 26 years, six autistic men still roommates in the first TERI house
North County Times, January 2007
Press Releases & Media Advisory
TERI's 2011 FAQ's