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Samaritan Thrift

thrift store accepted items

Your health and safety are our top priorities. We believe it’s critical to do our part to help reduce the transmission of COVID-19. Samaritan Thrift stores will be closed.  Check back for updates. Thank you!

Kindly consider donating your clothing, jewelry, accessories and more!

Being selective about your donations will help us save on disposal costs. If you wouldn’t buy them, neither will our customers. All proceeds benefits Samaritan patients and their families.

Thank you for supporting our mission!

Items We Will Accept

New or gently worn clean clothing
Pitman only accepts women’s clothing. | Westmont accepts women’s and men’s clothing.
No children’s clothing accepted at either location.

plates and bowlsBathing suits
Accessories – shoes, purses, scarves, etc.
Jewelry – new, vintage, used
China, glassware
Gift and decorative items – baskets, pottery, vases, craft items
Housewares – dishes, pots and pans, silverware, kitchen gadgets
Household items – clocks, pictures, lamps
Linens – tablecloths, napkins, placemats, towels, sheets, comforters
New or gently used, clean toys
Furniture (By appointment only)
Seasonal items – current season only

no books accepted at thrift storeSorry!
Samaritan Thrift does not accept books.

Items We Will Not Accept

Little girl choosing dresses in white bedroom. Child watching mirror reflection holding pink dress choosing outfit. Girls nursery. Shopping clothing for kids. Dressing room interior for children.Books, CDs, DVDs, cassettes, VCR tapes
Men’s clothing – Pitman
Children’s clothing
Underwear
TVs, computers, monitors, software, fax machines, telephones
Appliances
Infant equipment, car seats, cribs, stuffed animals, etc.
Mattresses, box springs
Large furniture – upholstered, bedroom sets
Cameras
Lawn and garden equipment, barbecue grills
Building materials—windows, doors, kitchen or bathroom cabinets, sinks, etc.
Tires or other automotive-related equipment
Items with storage odor such as mold, moth balls or cigarette