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Donations Being Accepted at Feasterville Impact Thrift Store

The newest Impact Thrift Store location is now accepting donations.

After drawing a large crowd for its grand opening April 21, the location is now accepting donations.

According to Impact Thrift's Facebook page, those interested in donating items to the new Feasterville location should drive around the end of the building and up the hill to the loading dock/donation area Monday through Saturday between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Here are Impact Thrift's donation guidelines:

  • All clothing, shoes, purses, belts, bed/bath/table linens and electronics will be accepted for either sale in our stores or responsibly recycled.
  • All upholstered furniture and rugs must be free of obvious stains, holes, tears, threadbare areas, and/or odors. All other furniture must be in working order, no missing or broken parts, or significant damage.
  • Large appliances such as refrigerators, washing machines, and dryers must be less than 10 years old and in perfect working condition.
  • Electronics must be in perfect working order and computers must be no more than five years old. Older computers and non-working electronics may be recycled. Click here for more information about Impact's metal and electronic recycling program.

Impact Thrift considers the following as acceptable donations:

  • Clothing, shoes, and accessories
  • Furniture
  • Home furnishings and household items
  • Jewelry
  • Books, records, CDs, etc.
  • Electronics and stereo equipment
  • Appliances: large and small
  • Sporting goods
  • Pianos
  • Cars, trucks, motorcycles, etc.
  • Strollers

The following are considered unacceptable donations:

  • Cribs and car seats
  • Food (consider calling local church, synagogue, and food banks)
  • Built-in dishwashers
  • Combustible items: kerosene, gasoline, propane, oil-based paints, lamp or motor oil, any hazardous materials/liquids
  • Console stereos (unless in perfect, like-new condition)
  • Non-cable-ready TVs or TVs with turn-dial knobs
  • Opened containers/packages
  • Opened games or puzzles
  • Skis, poles, and boots
  • Encyclopedias
  • Toys -- 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.

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