Merchandise donations are gratefully accepted at any of our store locations, Monday–Saturday between 8:30am and 5pm. Please drop off the donations at the designated drop off area located on the side of the building in Montgomeryville and Hatboro, or behind the building in Feasterville and Norristown.
We ask that you place clothing, bed linens, and table linens in large plastic bags. Please place your other donations in boxes that have lids or are able to be closed. This enables your donated items to stay clean, dry, and secure on our trucks and in our warehouses. Please wrap/secure all cords to lamps and small appliances.
We offer free pick up service for items that are too large and/or too heavy to fit in your car. Call 215-957-6131 to schedule a pick up, or submit your request to our scheduling department at email@example.com.
Click here for more information about how to make a direct cash donation to Impact Thrift Stores.
We offer a free pick up service for items that are too large and/or too heavy to fit in your car. Simply call 215-957-6131 to schedule your free pick up. Submit your request to our scheduling department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Impact Thrift Stores is a participant in United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania's Donor Choice Program. If you would like to donate to our organization, our agency's code number is 49421.
Your merchandise donations are vital to Impact's continued success. To further assist us, please read the list below for items we cannot accept, and for condition requirements for those items we do accept. As always, your continued support—along with cooperation with these guidelines—will enable Impact Thrift to be even more effective in the future.
*The enforcement of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) on Feb, 10, 2009, has prohibited Impact Thrift from selling toys and certain other items meant for children 12 and under. For additional information, visit the government website at http://www.cpsc.gov/about/cpsia/cpsia.html.
**Due to Pennsylvania's electronic recycling laws enacted as of January 23rd, 2013, we are not able to dispose of unsaleable CRT televisions or computer monitors
A donation or collection drive is a great way for your business, school or organization to participate in supporting our community. The goal of an Impact Thrift Stores' Collection Drive is to obtain an outpouring of donation of gently-used clothing, shoes and books, plus other household goods. These donations will provide inventory for Impact Thrift Stores whose mission is to financially support locally-based charities.
Impact Thrift Stores Marketing Team will provide flyers to help promote your event plus social media support on Impact Thrift's Facebook page, Twitter feed, website and blog events calenders.
We’re Charitable - Over $1.7 million donated to local charities since 2003—Impact Thrift is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and financially supports 16 locally-based charities with profits from the operation of our thrift stores. Your merchandise donations are essential to our continued success! Click here for more information.
We Repurpose - Together we do more than recycle. Impact Thrift Stores repurposes your donations of gently-used merchandise by selling items you no longer need to those who are delighted to put them back in service.
We’re Green - Impact Thrift responsibly recycles such items as clothing, metals, belts, shoes, purses and non-functioning electronics that can not be sold in our stores. Click here for more information.
We Need You - Our stores are stocked 100% by donated merchandise, so your donations are essential to our success. Running a successful Impact Thrift store takes a community effort. Together we make a difference—we make an impact.
We Make It Easy - Drop things off at any one of our three stores, Monday through Saturday from 8:30am to 5pm. Schedule one of our trucks for a free pick up of larger furniture and appliances that won't fit in your car. Click here to contact Impact Thrift at email@example.com for more information.
We’re Hiring - Impact Thrift currently employs over 200 people in the local community. Your donated items help make this possible. Click here for job opportunities.
We Educate - Impact Thrift’s Education Program teaches local high school and college students about the American free enterprise system and the important role charities play in our community.
We Support - Impact Thrift is a great place for both mandatory and volunteer community service. Get involved—it's fun helping us help others.
We Help - Downsizing or moving? How helpful would it be to have Impact Thrift come by with a truck and pick up the things you will no longer need?
We Care - Have you recently experienced the loss of someone close to you? When you’re ready, Impact Thrift can be there to help. With so many people in need, it can be a comfort to know that your loved one's things can be used and appreciated by others who will make good use of them.