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Good Stuff Thrift hits $2 million in donations to local children’s charities

In 2013, three local men who really care about the welfare of children, established Good Stuff Thrift to “operate the most efficient thrift stores possible so that we can provide the highest level of funding for helping kids in need in our communities.”

In 2021, the business is celebrating the donation milestone of $2 million to their charities.

Just two years ago, Good Stuff hit the $1 million mark.

The Board of Directors credit their success to God, generous donors, kind, committed and hard-working staff, and wonderful customers.

Good Stuff is a non-profit (501(c)3 business that donates all its profits (after operating costs, employee costs and business improvements) to local charities that help kids in Bucks County.  These funds support the work of Bethanna, Lenape Valley Foundation, Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic, ChoiceOne, Christ’s Home for Children, Hunting Park Christian Academy, Young Life, Be the Family, Every Good Gift, and others. 

The founders and Board members volunteer, which keeps costs down.

Its stores are locally owned and operated, so there is no corporate overhead. The stores also offer volunteer opportunities for those who want to help.

The three stores: Doylestown, Buckingham and Fairless Hills employ over 70 people and offer a wide variety of merchandise, including clothing, home décor, kitchenware, toys and sports, electrics, furniture, household linens, tools, luggage, jewelry and many other items. 

PHOTO CAP: Good Stuff Thrift Board members, Ed Hudson, Bob Clark, and Steve Fortner met with representatives of Christ’s Home, Bethanna, Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic, Lenape Valley Foundation, Young Life, Tree House Ministry and Every Good Gift, to celebrate $2 million donated over the past eight years.

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