Hidden Treasures Thrift Stores sell gently used furniture, clothing, and household goods. You never know what you’ll find on the sales floor of our stores because we’re constantly receiving a broad mix of donated items that come to us from all over Washington and Allegheny counties.

Shop our merchandise at any of our store locations listed below, or online at thriftshopper.com , craigslist.com and on ebay .


For our pick up schedule and to find out if we are currently serving your area, please call us at (724) 222-8530 Extension 211.  

*Donations are picked up at the City Mission Driver’s discretion – for details on what items are accepted, please see the list below, or give us a call to review your items.

DONATION DROP-OFF  **NEW (After 10/24/16)**:

  • We are now accepting your donations at any of our Hidden Treasures Thrift Stores.   See below for your nearest location and store hours.
  • For bulk drop off, including furniture and appliances – please drop off at our New Donation Center during business hours only.


1000 Sheffield Street, Washington PA  15301

Enter through gate at 1010 Sheffield St.

Inside the lot, drop off entrance is to the right of building

Sign for Entrance “B”

Drop Off Schedule:

Monday – Friday:  10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Items Accepted (Clothing, Furniture & Household Goods)

  • New and gently used men, women and children’s clothing
  • New and gently used shoes, purses and accessories
  • Jewelry
  • Furniture (items like couches, love-seats, chairs, ottomans, kitchen and dining tables, chairs, bedroom furnishings)
    • Large items must be approved by City Mission
    • If you have a large number of pieces to be donated, a house-visit is scheduled prior to pick-up
  • Decorative Accessories (like wall art, decorative plates/platters, furniture accents, throws and pillows, and Holiday décor)
  • Household Goods (storage, organization, kitchen items, pots and pans, plates, glasses)
  • Small Appliances (working or nonworking):  For recycling purposes, please mark the item if it’s not in 100% working condition
  • Toys: New & Gently Used
  • Books (we accept most books, we do not accept encyclopedias)
  • Electric scooter if chargeable (good battery)
  • Folding Ping Pong table, must have wheels and all accessories

Items NOT Accepted:

  • Batteries (alkaline, automotive)
  • Window Blinds or Curtain rods
  • Carpet
  • Paint (cans that have been opened and used)
  • Encyclopedias
  • Entertainment Centers – made of pressed wood
  • Damaged Furniture – stained fabric, damaged covering, excessive pet hair or in need of repair
  • Large Foosball & Large Pool Tables
  • Mattresses/Box Springs
  • Organs & Piano
  • Tires
  • Toilets, sinks, vanities – from re-construction
  • TV’s

If you’re not sure about whether we accept an item or not – please give us a call!  (724) 222-8530 Extension 211.

All proceeds from Hidden Treasures Thrift Stores go directly to support City Mission Programs.

City Mission reopens Hidden Treasures thrift shop in Waynesburg

When City Mission’s Hidden Treasures thrift shop in Waynesburg closed in February 2015, there was a big sale and a lot of sad faces.

For years, it was a place where families would come to refurnish after a disaster, and where the community came to find what they might need at a reasonable price.

But when the store lost its lease at Widewaters Commons along Sugar Run Road and was unable to find a new location, Waynesburg lost a treasure.

Now, the City Mission is back, bigger and better than ever. Its logo is on the corner of the Greene Plaza near Waynesburg, where the county assistance office once was. The intake cubicles are gone, leaving plenty of room for thrifty shopping and, as an added bonus, the store is set up to help those who are homeless and the working poor.

“It’s great to be back in Waynesburg again,” City Mission development director Sally Mounts told the crowd of dignitaries, early-bird shoppers and employees who attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony June 13.

City Mission is there to “give hope to the homeless,” she said.

“We have offices in back of the store where we can do intake for a full spectrum of services for men, women, children and veterans,” Mounts said. “We will be there once a month and can work with the homeless and the working poor to make sure their needs are met.”

She said people can find more information on the group’s Facebook page or by talking directly with the staff.

The store has a definite mall aura, with racks of clothes arranged in a rainbow of colors, shoes artfully posed and each section named in bold letters: Housewares, Kids Corner, Furniture and even a Vintage & Collectibles room.

“We didn’t spend a penny on the façade; it was all provided by our new landlord,” Mounts said.

City Mission partners with United Way, and the majority of the donations go to feeding and accommodating the homeless, according to the nonprofit’s web page. The mission provides shelter in Washington for men and at Avis Arbor for women and children, and manages Hidden Treasures stores in Canonsburg, Belle Vernon, Monongahela, Washington, North Strabane and now Waynesburg.


48 West Pike Street
Canonsburg, PA 15317
(724) 745-5512

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9:00 a.m.—8:00 p.m.

9:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m.


1729 Rostraver Road, Suite B
Rostraver Shopping Center
Belle Vernon, PA 15012
(724) 243-3721

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9:00 a.m.—8:00 p.m.


159 West Main Street,
Monongahela, PA 15063
(724) 292-8377

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9:00 a.m.—8:00 p.m.


382 West Chestnut Street, Suite 110, Washington, PA 15301
(724) 228-8670

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9:00 a.m.—8:00 p.m.


2510 Washington Road, North Strabane, PA 15317

(In the Country Confections & Cardello Lighting Shopping Center)

(724) 338-4802

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9:00 a.m.—8:00 p.m.

CLOSED Sundays


100 Greene Plaza Waynesburg, PA 15370
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9:00 a.m.—8:00 p.m.

CLOSED Sundays

Morgantown, West Virginia

1279 University Avenue
Morgantown, WV 26501
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9:00 a.m.—8:00 p.m.

CLOSED Sundays