Charity Partners

Bucks County Charity Partners

Here at The Junkluggers of Bucks County, we are very proud of our commitment to the environment and to our local community. We keep your items out of the landfill and help them reach the homes of others who are in need in your neighborhood through donations to the charities below.

When you book with The Junkluggers, not only are your items going to a great cause, you are also benefiting in the form of a tax deductible receipt! You pay us to remove your items, and for your part in choosing an eco-friendly solution to your junk removal needs, we are happy to pay it forward and pass along the savings to you. The tax-deductible receipt can sometimes off-set most or even all of the cost of our services depending on the items we are able to donate on your behalf!

Impact! Thrift

The primary mission of Impact! Thrifts chain of stores is to financially support local charities with monthly checks to help them in their fund raising process. They function like an umbrella charity supporting a network of charities around Pennsylvania. Net proceeds have benefitted a wide array of local charities that support children and families in crisis situations, struggling single parents, the blind, medical clinics providing free or low-cost healthcare, and soup kitchens providing food to the hungry. The Junkluggers of Bucks County stops by Impact Thrift stores at least two or three times a week to drop off clothing, books, furniture and other household items like appliances. We love making a positive impact in our local communities and we are so happy that the items we lug out of homes in Bucks County are being sold at affordable prices and the funds raised are being donated to such beneficial, local causes.


Good Stuff Thrift

Good Stuff Thrift is on a mission to operate the most efficient thrift stores possible. We love working with them because they provide the highest level of funding for kids in the local Bucks County communities in which we operate. Additionally, Good Stuff Thrift is locally owned and operated. This means there is no cooperate overhead or governance and they employ local labor, so money goes directly towards helping the local communities from donations and stimulating the local econmy. There are currently two flagship locations in Doylestown and Fairless Hills. Another thing that sets Good Stuff Thrift apart is the set up of their stores – each occupies an old house, with many rooms, each filled with their own unique charm and character.