“While working at the thrift store as part of my work therapy in the Life Change Program, I worked with people who had stronger faith in Christ and explained the Bible to me in much simpler terms. That’s when I started believing and trusting… my faith is stronger today because of those conversations.”
– Ryan, a Life Change Program graduate

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COVID-19 Updates

We are taking all necessary health precautions to ensure the safety of our community, customers, staff and volunteers. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding during this time.


Please note our new shopping guidelines:

  • We will allow a limited number of customers into the store for up to an hour at a time. Please use the queuing line at the front entrance of the store.
  • Facemasks will be required to enter the store until further notice.
  • Please follow the marked paths and directional arrows throughout the store.
  • We have installed vapor shields at the register.
  • The store will be cleaned and sanitized on a regular basis.


Our Donation Dock will be open with a limited capacity to accept donations.

Due to an overwhelming response in donations, and limited storage space and volunteers, we have a limited capacity for larger donations at this time. We appreciate the generosity of our community!

  • Clothing donations can be made at the drop box in front of our store or at any of our other drop box locations (https://www.marketstreet.org/thrift-store/).
  • Donation Dock Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday – Saturday, Closed Wednesdays. Please bring in all donations between the hours of 9:00AM-3:30PM.
  • If you have non-clothing or larger items, please call us before coming to drop them off – 973-538-0427. This will save you and our team the disappointment of having to turn your donations away due to being full. Please limit household goods donations to a maximum of 5 boxes.
  • We are unable to pick up clothing or household goods at this time.


If you have a donation pickup request,

we appreciate your patience and understanding as we are temporarily scaling back our donation pick ups. We will continue to schedule furniture pick ups in a very limited capacity and some fees may apply for larger items that we are unable to redistribute. Please note our new donation pickup requirements:

  • Please email photos of each item to dispatch@marketstreet.org. Please include your name, address and phone number.
  • Once we evaluate our availability and storage space for your items, we will contact you to schedule a pickup. Please note that our pick up schedule is currently booking at least 30 days out. (Our standard fees still apply.)
  • All furniture and donated items must be placed outside of the living space of your home (either in the garage, porch or outside). Unfortunately, we will not be able to enter your home at this time.
  • If you are unable to meet the above guidelines, we are committed to scheduling the pickup of your items at a later date once we are able to resume our normal operation (within the next three months).


We thank you for your understanding and patience in this matter. Thank you for your support! We look forward to seeing you soon!

Our Thrift Store has great deals on gently used items – but that’s just the beginning!

Every donation made means low-income people in our community have a place to shop. And every purchase at our stores help fund our Life Change Program. Many of the men in our program then get hands-on training by working in our Thrift Store, which gives them real-life job experience for when they return to our community.

By donating and shopping at our Thrift Store, you’re helping change countless lives.

The Market Street Mission maintains a 25,000 square foot industrial center, which houses the Thrift Store and Warehouse, at the end of George Street off Martin Luther King Avenue. Among the items offered for sale at bargain prices are new and used furniture, clothing, housewares, appliances, sporting goods, office furnishings, and knick-knacks. The Thrift Store accepts donations of most items except toys, books, medical equipment, baby furniture and damaged furniture. Donations are tax-deductible, and all proceeds benefit the Mission.


Address: 25 George Street, Morristown, New Jersey 07960

Phone: (973) 538-0427

Store Hours: Monday – Saturday: 9:00AM to 4:30PM | Sunday: CLOSED
Donation Dock Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday – Saturday, Closed Wednesdays. Please bring in all donations between the hours of 9:00AM-3:30PM.


Schedule a pick up here
visit the drop off locations listed below.


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How your donation helps:

We need and appreciate tax-deductible gently used donations for use at the Mission and for sale at the Thrift Store.

Your donations of gently used clothing, household goods, and lightly used furniture can be an enormous help to the ministries of Market Street Mission in ways that you that you might not imagine.

Wherever your donation is used, you can be sure that it will be used to help homeless, needy and overwhelmed men, women and families.

Things we accept:

  • Clothing
  • Lightly Used Furniture
  • Household Goods Goods (At Dock Mangers discretion)
  • Antiques
  • Collectibles
  • Vehicles

Things we do NOT accept:

  • Mattresses and Box Springs
  • Damaged Furniture
  • Children/Infant items: i.e., Cribs, car seats, strollers and toys
  • Medical Equipment
  • Sporting Goods
  • Non-Seasonal items
  • Books

If you have questions about a potential donation, please email pictures to dispatch@marketstreet.org and include your name, address and phone number

We offer residential pick-up service in the Morris County area

**Items must be on ground floor for our volunteers. All donations are at the driver’s discretion.
Please call 973-538-0427 to schedule a pickup. Some items may incur handling fees.

Volunteers Needed

Sign up to help on days that fit your schedule!

Donate Your Car… Salvage a Life

If you are interested in donating a vehicle,
please call (877) 676-2271.