Liberty Ministries and its associated thrift stores work to raise money, provide programs and employment to men and women who are in or have been recently released from state and county prison systems.
Liberty Ministries is a nonprofit organization first started 40 years ago by two pastors working in Graterford Prison. They noticed all the work necessary to make a difference and joined forces. The first thrift stores and programs were based in Philadelphia and began to expand into Montgomery County, finding its way to Bucks County with the first store in Quakertown. The organization has opened seven thrift stores, with the most recent one in Feasterville.
The thrift stores act as the financial engine for the organization. All proceeds go toward the cause. Shopping on a budget? Get clothing, furniture, home goods, electronics and more. Liberty Ministries Thrift offers high quality merchandise at fantastic prices.
Spring-cleaning during quarantine with no place to take your items? Bring your donations to Liberty! Liberty accepts donations Monday through Saturday from 9:00am to 4:30pm.
The thrift-store also offers volunteer and employment opportunities and is currently hiring for full and part-time positions. Visit libertyministries.easyapply.co.
Remember when you shop or donate at the thrift stores, it directly benefits men and women in the prison system. Come in and explore the store and you are sure to find that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.
We are observing the recommendations and asking that our customers and employees wear masks and maintain social distancing. The local Liberty Ministries Thrift store is located at 91 E. Street Road in Feasterville. The hours of operation are Monday through Saturday from 9:00am until 8:00pm, and they are closed on Sunday.