Thrift Shop


Dear Thrift Shop Donors and Shoppers,

Due to Governor Wolf’s request, NOVA Thrift Shop will be closed until further notice. During our closure, the shop will not be accepting donations. We will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as needed. The health and safety of our customers, volunteers, and staff is our number one priority.

This is a great time for spring cleaning! We look forward to your donations once we reopen. We kindly ask that you do not leave donations in our parking lot or by the donation door. Donations left during the shop’s closure will become unsaleable as no one will be at the shop to accept them. While we deeply appreciate your desire to donate your goods to us, leaving donations during this time will cost us money as we will need to dispose of them.

Your donations and purchases support the critical services that NOVA provides to our community. We are incredibly grateful for your contributions and for your support! We thank you for your patience and understanding as we all work to navigate the next few weeks.

We do hope to be able offer online shopping and sales in the near future. You can see our updates by:

If you have an immediate need or question, you may contact the shop at 215-249-8000 or message our Facebook page. A member of the staff will be in touch with you within 24 hours.

Thank you for your continued support. We wish you and your loved ones good health.

The NOVA Thrift Shop Staff

Closed on the following holidays:

New Year’s Day
Mother’s Day
Memorial Day
July 4th
Labor Day
Christmas Eve
Christmas Day

How Do I Get to the Shop?

NOVA Thrift Shop is located on Route 313 (Swamp Rd), just 3.5 miles west of the Route 313/Broad Street exit off of Route 611 or 1.8 miles east of the Dublin Fire Company. We are at the corner of Broad Street and Swamp Road in Perkasie, PA. Look for the big red roof!

2116 Broad Street
(corner of Broad St. & Route 313)
Perkasie, PA

Here’s what our shoppers and donors are saying about NOVA Thrift Shop:

“Exceptional! Clean! Bargains galore!”

“Everyone is friendly and helpful!”

“Bargain Day is the best!”

I am comforted to know that children who have been abused are helped by NOVA when I donate clothes and other things to the shop.”

“Donating to NOVA Thrift warms my heart – knowing that I am helping neighbors right here in Bucks County.”

NOVA Thrift Shop, a department store style thrift shop, holds 10,000 square feet of exceptional bargains including women’s, men’s and children’s clothing, housewares, decorative items, books, furniture and linens. People come from miles around to stretch their dollar, treasure trove the perfect fashion, search for a unique gift, outfit a kitchen or decorate a room.

On any day of the week when the shop is open, you will find people searching through the bargain cove, bidding on the silent auction items, filling baskets with in- style seasonal clothing, measuring a piece of art or furniture and always enjoying the experience.

Whether you wish to donate, shop or both – know that you are making a difference!

NOVA Thrift Shop is one of the largest revenue sources for the Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA), surpassed only by the federal and state government. Since opening the original shop in 2001, more than $3 million has been raised at NOVA Thrift Shop to support the organization’s programs and services.

Weekly Sales


New Markdowns – Come in to see which colors are on sale this week!


Chuck-A-Luck – A Wednesday tradition at NOVA Thrift Shop! Spin our Chuck-A-Luck wheel for a discount on your purchase!


$8 Bargain Cove Basket Sale – Fill a shopping basket with merchandise from our Bargain Cove for only $8.00! (Additional charge may apply for overflowing baskets)


Veteran’s Sale – Veterans take 10% off. We appreciate your service!
Pop-up Sales – Sporadically we start special sales (for example buy 2 get one free) on Fridays.

Special Sales

For upcoming special events and sales, visit the NOVA Thrift Shop Facebook page or sign up to receive the NOVA Thrift Shop newsletter.

COVID-19: Important Update on Services

During this difficult time, Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) staff will be working remotely and will continue to serve clients and the community.
Learn more about how direct services and prevention programs will be provided

Note: If you are in imminent danger or experiencing an emergency, please dial 911