Good Stuff Gets Greater

Good Stuff Gets Greater

Doylestown Update

We have lots more good news to share with you all about our Doylestown location! We are so excited to announce that we have expanded once again! Our Doylestown store has a furniture section! We are now using the garage space that is attached to our building to sell furniture. Plus, we have even more room for processing MORE of the beautiful donations we receive every day. Take a look at the new space!

But wait…there’s MORE! Doylestown has also taken over the upstairs area above the new clothing section in the building next door. This new room is for domestics! That means, you will be able to find pillows, blankets, linens, tablecloths, napkins, suitcases, baskets, tote bags, and so much more in this new section! 

If you haven’t been to Doylestown in a while, you are definitely missing out. You will want to see all of these amazing changes that our team has worked so incredibly hard on the past few months. We want you to have the best shopping experience possible! MORE room to shop means MORE fun! Plus, there are so many MORE treasures to choose from! Happy shopping everyone!

Charity of the Month

Our Charity of the Month is Hunting Park Christian Academy

“At Hunting Park Christian Academy (HPCA), their goal is to raise up Christian young people who excel in all areas of their lives. Their mission is to provide an affordable, quality, Christian education that celebrates a diverse community and leads children to know and serve the Lord.

HPCA hopes that all students RISE:

  • R – Respond to the Gospel. They want students to receive the good news of Jesus and interact with it.
  • I – Ignite your community for change. Everyone has been created by God, who has a plan for all. They want students to know that, because of God in them, they can have a big impact on their communities. 
  • S – Serve God and others. They want their students to be humble and to find joy in service.
  • E – Excel in academics and life. Through hard work, all students can grow and succeed.”

HPCA provides equality, Christian education to at-risk children from low-income families. We maintain a very low tuition with a good scholarship program so that Christian education can be accessible to the poor in their community. We have tutoring for students who enter the school behind their grade level. 

Their students have made great progress academically since implementing the Foundations & Frameworks material into their overall curriculum in 2006. And since most of their students are not raised in Christian homes, they do all they can to train them up in the ways of the Lord. Many of them have heard the Gospel of Jesus Christ for the first time at HPCA and have come to know the Lord. Some students have been influential in bringing their parents to church.”

HPCA began with a vision to bring the saving hope of Jesus Christ to the Hunting Park community, and to equip our neighborhood children academically, socially, and spiritually to bring that hope to others.

Members of Spirit and Truth Fellowship met in May of 1999, under the leadership of Dr. Manuel Ortiz, regarding the need for quality education in their neighborhood. Out of that meeting, they organized a team of people that would form a board or the school and staff and teachers. In September 1999, the school began with 70 students. Since then, the school has more than doubled.

HPCA is an evangelistic outreach. All of their staff members are required to be Christian with a heart for their community. “Our students, however, are not required to be Christian. Approximately 70% of our families are low-income and more than half of their students are raised in single parent homes.” To learn more about Hunting Park Christian Academy and everything they offer, visit

JFM Pantry 5K

Jesus Focus Ministry Food Pantry at Bethanna held its annual Race to Fight Hunger Fun Run on Saturday, June 1st. Good Stuff Thrift was one of the many sponsors for this event. We are so grateful to everyone who came out and supported JFM this year! Check out some of the pictures from the event.

Here is a photo of Good Stuff Thrift employees and volunteers at the Jesus Focus Ministry food pantry fun run!

Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic’s 26th Annual Golf Outing

Good Stuff Thrift is proud to have been the Presenting Sponsor this year at the Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic’s 26th Annual Golf Outing.The shared mission of assisting children in our community was highlighted at this event! 

“Dear Golfers & Sponsors, thank you for your generous support at our recent fundraising golf event! With your help, we raised over $150,000, our most successful outing to date, supporting an additional 300 patients this year. Your belief in our mission inspires us to continue providing free medical, dental, and behavioral health services to low-income uninsured residents of Bucks County.” – Warm regards, Cheryl McDonald, Chairman of the Golf Committee

To learn more about the Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic and all they have to offer, please visit

Upcoming Events

Good Stuff Thrift offers FREE PICK-UP!!! ✅

It’s that time of year again! Need to declutter your living space? Good Stuff Thrift has you covered! Donate your gently used or unwanted treasures to any of our four stores located in Fairless Hills, Huntingdon Valley, Doylestown, and Buckingham! 

Have furniture or other large items that will not fit into your car? 

You can always schedule a free pick-up by calling; (215)-428-2800 between 9:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m Monday – Friday, OR you can fill out the form on our website and we will contact you to schedule a pick-up day and time.

Pickups are scheduled on weekdays:

  • Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m to 5:00 p.mX
  • No Evening, Friday, and Weekend Pick-Ups
  • We Pick-Up in Bucks County, Limited New Jersey & Montgomery County Locations
  • We Do Not Pick-Up From Trenton, NJ

For more information, please visit

Please remember, we only take items that are in good shape. See our What to Donate page for more information on what we accept.

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