Everyday Family Clothing and Home-Goods at Everyday Family Prices!
Harvest of Hope Thrift Shop
522 Chestnut St. Lynn, MA 01904
Harvest of Hope Used Furniture & More Thrift Shop offers services to the North Shore Moving Market based in Salem, MA which is a registered not-for-profit 501(c)(3) charity sponsored in part by the City of Salem Planning Dept. US Dept. of HUD. The N.S. Moving Market provides free monthly pantry delivery service to home-bound elderly, disabled, and disadvantaged on Massachusetts North Shore. Harvest of Hope Used Furniture & More Thrift's mission is to provide an alternative option to high-priced retail for the economically-stressed members of the North Shore community and to promote the North Shore Moving Market. We are an equal opportunity organization and do not discriminate in any program for any reason. Informacion esta disponible en espnol. Por Favor, Lllamenos por telefono at 978-58-3913.The Moving Market is located at 13-A Franklin St. in Salem, MA. Their telephone is 978-744-2532.
We cannot take the following items:
Particle Board Platform Beds. Sleeper-Sofas, Built-in appliances. Over-sized Dining-Room Hutches with glass panel sides. Over-sized Metal Desks or Filing Cabinets. Televisions, Entertainment Armoires, Fit-inside TV Entertainment Centers, and Computers. Baby Items such as high-chairs, cribs, swings and play centers. Toy donations must be complete and in like-new condition. WE DO NOT REMOVE ITEMS FROM BASEMENTS!
We reserve the right to:
Refuse any items that are blatantly unappealing and/or have broken parts, rips, stains or odors. All electronics must be in working order and include all accessories/discs. Leaving furniture and any other items outside our establishment after hours in considered illegal dumping. We do not remove items from basements for cubside placement.
How to get rid of it:
If you have a computer, you may list items under Boston Craig's List, North Shore in the Free Category. It is free to post and one can list it as being placed "curbside" at a certain date. Also, you may visit Freecycle.org, which is another free-stuff listing site. In addition, depending on your community, placing it on the curb with a sign that it's free could do the trick. . If not, contact your local Dept. of Public Works. It is their job to assist residents with trash removal. Most likely, they will have a certain date for bulk pick-up.
PLEASE BE PREPARED FOR PICK-UP:
1. BAG ALL CLOTHING, LINENS & SHOES IN LARGE, STRONG TRASH BAGS.
2. BOX ALL HOME-GOODS AND WRAP BREAKABLES
3. MAKE SURE ALL BAGS AND BOXES ARE NOT TOO
ALL TYPES of
Our drivers carry a tax-deduction acknowledgement letter from the
North Shore Moving Market
We can come
We apologize if we are unable to take and/or accept all the items you bring us or offer us at a pick-up. We have storage limitations and in addition, must make decisions about items we deem most sale-able. Dumpster fees an expense we try to keep to a minimum.
WE ARE NOT A
JUNK REMOVAL COMPANY
We realize that hauling and moving companies are expensive and savings are in order if you can avoid having to enlist their services. We wish to emphasize however, that we absolutely cannot take furnishings or any other items that won't sell to the general public. The labor and gas expense associated with removing your items is exhausting and costly. We sell clean, decent items at the lowest price possible so struggling North Shore families may obtain the everyday items they really need. Although you may have an immediate need to unload certain things we ask you to please consider the end user.
TO DROP OFF OR
GET A PICK-UP
Harvest of Hope Used Furniture & More (HOHUFM) sells all its locally obtained inventory to a very local, largely financially-stressed community. Many of them are every-day North Shore families and/or college students. A smaller segment are artists, re-sellers, and decor specialists. HOHUFM obtains its inventory through the partnerships it has with various local housing facilities to which it offers a cash financial donation. Some inventory is purchased. Other goods obtained by HOHUFM are freely given by local companies and/or private citizens whose intent it is to offload items at minimal cost and as such, these goods are not donations. Donated items in which a tax-letter is issued are donated to the North Shore Moving Market (NSMM), a (501)(c)(3) charity based in Salem. The NSMM does not wish to incur the expenditures associated with selling in-kind items to the general public. For those people who do donate, the NSMM issues a tax-letter and accepts marketing and computer services in exchange from HOHUFM. Harvest of Hope Used Furniture & More spends its money to maintain, fuel, and insure a commercial vehicle. HOHUFM pays rent to store items and even more rent to present items to clients in a retail setting. HOHUFM additionally pays electricity, along with heating & cooling utilities for a customer's positive experience in viewing items they might purchase. HOHUFM pays an internet bill, along with marketing supplies and services so that a customer can find the items they need. HOHUFM additionally pays for bookkeeping and accounting services. Lest we forget, there's a modest, minimum-wage payroll. If any consumer or member of the community have questions about Harvest of Hope Used Furniture & More.business or accounting practices, they may call 339-440-4593 and ask Julia Anaya, the owner who will gladly disclose any and all information. We do not discriminate based on race/ethnicity, financial status, age, or sexual orientation.