NOVA Thrift Shop
Your donations and purchases support the critical services that NOVA provides to our community. We are incredibly grateful for your contributions and for your support!
Come in to see which colors are on sale this week!
A Wednesday tradition at NOVA Thrift Shop! Spin our Chuck-A-Luck wheel for a discount on your purchase!
Veterans take 10% off. We appreciate your service!
Sporadically we start special sales (for example buy 2 get one free) on Fridays.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Bargain Cove Days
About Bucks County’s Favorite Thrift Shop
NOVA Thrift Shop, a department store style thrift shop, holds 10,000 square feet of exceptional bargains including women’s, men’s and children’s clothing, housewares, decorative items, books, furniture and linens. People come from miles around to stretch their dollar, treasure trove the perfect fashion, search for a unique gift, outfit a kitchen or decorate a room.
On any day of the week when the shop is open, you will find people searching through the bargain cove, bidding on silent auction items, filling baskets with in- style seasonal clothing, measuring a piece of art or furniture and always enjoying the experience.
Whether you wish to donate, shop, or both – know that you are making a difference! NOVA Thrift Shop is one of the largest revenue sources for the Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA), surpassed only by the federal and state government. Since opening the original shop in 2001, more than $3 million has been raised at NOVA Thrift Shop to support the organization’s programs and services.
What Our Shoppers and Donors are Saying
Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
No Donations on Sundays
Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Holiday hours may vary.
The Thrift shop is closed on the following holidays: Easter, Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Christmas Eve & Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve & New Year’s Day.
How do I get to the Shop?
NOVA Thrift Shop is located on Route 313 (Swamp Rd), just 3.5 miles west of the Route 313/Broad Street exit off of Route 611 or 1.8 miles east of the Dublin Fire Company. We are at the corner of Broad Street and Swamp Road in Perkasie, PA. Look for the big red roof!
Donate to NOVA Thrift Shop
Yes, we accept the following items:
- Small appliances (No larger than a toaster oven)
- Baby clothes (Must have working zippers, no holes, no used underwear or socks)
- Bikes (Must be in working order, clean without rust)
- Books (No musty smell, no textbooks)
- Clothing (If clothing is too worn or stained to resell, please bag those items separately and label, “Recycle”)
- Christmas Trees (Between the months of October and December)
- Furniture (We can only accept pieces without upholstery or stuffing. Furniture must be in saleable condition; no scratches, rust or dents. Please call first to discuss furniture donations.)
- Magazines (3 months or newer)
- Seasonal Decorations
- Toys (We accept clean toys without lots of small pieces)
We CANNOT accept the following items:
- Computers or printers
- Exercise equipment or sports items like baseball bats or safety helmets, skis or ski boots
- Large appliances (Nothing larger than a toaster oven)
- Furniture that is larger than a small desk/dresser
- Baby furniture or gear
- TV consoles
- Dining room hutches, armoires, and large desks
- Mattresses or box springs
- Microwaves Ovens
- TVs, VCRs or VCR Tapes
Volunteer at NOVA Thrift Shop
How can I volunteer?
Volunteers at NOVA Thrift come in all shapes and sizes with our youngest volunteers
in their teens and our oldest in their 90’s! Whether you are looking for a way to fill some extra hours, meet some new friends, uncover some treasures of your own, or simply complete some community service hours, this is the place for you! We love the uniqueness of each and every volunteer that walks through our doors. So, try it out and spend a day with us at the store. You time and talents can help support victims of sexual assault and crime in Bucks County.
When can I volunteer?
Volunteers are welcome to work at times that are convenient for them, during the shop’s hours of operation. Most volunteers commit to a 2-8 hour shift once or twice a week, but extra hands are welcome at any time.
What does a volunteer do?
There are a variety of tasks that need to be done every day to keep the store looking beautiful and running smoothly. Whether working the cash register, sorting, pricing, hanging clothing or merchandising items – there is something for everyone. And don’t worry, training is provided if needed!
For more information, inquire at the shop or call Maria White, Thrift Shop Manager at 215-249-8000.