Liberty Ministries Thrift is a non-profit. We are owned and operated by Liberty Ministries, a 501©3 organization. 100% of the proceed from our stores (after expenses) go to support Liberty Ministries. They are a prison ministry in Schwenksville that ministers to men and women incarcerated in Montgomery County Correctional Facility as well as in Graterford prison. These facilities are both within 5 miles of the ministry offices. They also operate Liberty House, a dormitory style residential aftercare program for men who have been recently released from prison. Liberty Ministries is also in the processing of opening a women’s aftercare program. For more info, check out our Ministry website here.
Unfortunately, we do receive items and furniture that are just not sellable anymore. We want to be the best stewards of what God continues to provide through generous people. We try to recycle as much as possible to keep our landfills clean. To learn more about our recycling processes, click here.
We are always thinking of expanding and seeking other locations that fit our budget as well as our development plans. If you know of any location you believe would be beneficial for our stores, please send us a message.
We cannot accept anything that we believe is not in sellable condition. It varies from piece to piece and depends on the discretion of the person receiving your donation. Items that include stains, tears, wear spots, animal hair, have an odor, or are too old may be declined. In regards to hard furniture, we may not accept items with broken/missing pieces or damaged pieces because we do not have a facility for fixing or repairing furniture.
The donation centers vary in location by store:
Collegeville: Left side of the building
Little Liberty: We are not currently accepting donations at this location
Pottstown: At the dock behind the building
Quakertown: At the door behind the building
Sanatoga: Around the left side of the building
Montgomeryville: At the dock behind the building
Feasterville: At the dock behind the building
Our locations can accept donations between 9:00 am and 4:30 pm Monday through Saturday.
We provide a FREE furniture pick-up service in the local area for those items that people are not able to bring to us. The items must be accessible for the men that are coming to pick it up. We recommend a garage or somewhere near the exit on the first floor. The men have the right to decline anything that does not meet our guidelines. This means that even if a pick-up is scheduled, it is NOT a guarantee that they will take everything or anything that you may want to donate. We also recommend planning ahead and trying to schedule your pick-up as far in advance as possible. Click here to send us a pick-up request!
Unfortunately, we are not able to exchange/swap anything for your donation; however, we are able to write a tax receipt for those items that are in good or excellent condition. They are available at your request.
We have all sorts of new and used items for purchase, including furniture, clothing, home décor, media items, linens, and more!
We accept cash as well as Visa, Mastercard, and Discover cards. Checks are not accepted.
We price our items based on several factors: quality, style, condition, and brand. If you have any questions about the price of an item, please see a store associate.
For the most part, we have a new sale EVERY week! Usually one type of item (purses, furniture, etc) are a certain percentage off. Also, we often have color tag clothing sales! Check our sales page for more information!
Yes! Liberty Thrift can deliver to most places in the area. There is an additional fee for delivery that is dependent on location, what floor we’re delivering to, how many pieces, and how heavy the item is (there may be an extra fee for extremely heavy items such as pianos, etc). Please see a store manager for more details!
Typically, no. All sales are final and there are no refunds or exchanges. There are a few exceptions (electronics that do not work and are not sold “as is” can be returned within 7 days with receipt), but it is up to the discretion of the manager to make the final call.