FIND A STORE
Our newest store is located at 1915 State Route 39, Sugarcreek.
Find our thrift store at 102 East Main Street, Wilmot.
Honoring God with compassion & Integrity
who we are
Started in 2006, the Harvest Thrift Store was the brainchild of a few Holmes County residents who had a heart for helping youth. Funds raised by the store helped pay for mission trips for area young people.
Over the years, Harvest Thrift Stores have grown to support missions in Third World countries as well as those in need in our own area. Our friendly staff is ready to help you as you discover all the treasures hidden away in our stores.
As you shop at our stores and donate your gently used items, remember that YOU play a part in our mission. The funds you help us generate are directly helping bring the Hope of Christ to people around the world.
WHAT YOU'LL FIND IN OUR STORES
Quality, stylish, and affordable used clothing for men, women, and children. Restocked daily.
Gently used items of all kinds to decorate your home. Includes linens such as curtains, sheets, blankets, tablecloths.
Large variety of dishes, pots, pans, utensils, small appliances and gadgets suitable for college students, campers, or home cooking.
From Christmas to Thanksgiving, and every season in between, we have what you need.
Take advantage of the upcycling trend. Find a treasure to take home and restore.
Baby & Children's Items
Economical options for baby gear and children's toys.
Fiction, non-fiction, cooking, religion, music, educational and more.
Antiques & Vintage
Unique heirlooms and fun novelties! Glassware, china, decor, linens, furniture may appear.
missions we support
Break the Grey
Led by Billy Ballenger, Break the Grey sends out a positive message to youth about character development, integrity and bringing absolutes back to this generation.
Kyle & Anya Schlegel – YWAM Kyiv, Ukraine
Youth With A Mission (YWAM) in Ukraine, focuses its ministry efforts on Kyiv and Eurasia. Kyle and Anya are the directors of this YWAM base.
Working in Uganda and Kenya, Melissa teaches agricultural skills, nutrition and financial management.
want to donate to our causes?
Click the link below to make a tax-deductible financial donation to Harvest Thrift Stores Missions.
Our Latest News
What's New in our Stores?
Check back often for photos and information on the newest items that have arrived in our stores!
Special celebrations call for discounts and sales. Enjoy our special events several times a year.
meet Our Volunteers
Rubies is a locally based home for women recovering from addiction. We enjoy having the women volunteer at the Harvest Thrift Store. For every woman that Rubies encounters, it’s to help them find their worth in Christ. Once this is found, everything changes.
Operation 6:12 is a local Recovery Center for men. They are a faith and family based program that “arms men for the battle of addiction.” These men bring a lot of energy and enthusiasm to the Harvest Thrift Store as they volunteer.
What it's all about
In Amish Country
Two locations in Ohio's Amish Country
We offer two thrift store locations in what is known as Ohio’s Amish Country. Plan to make us a stop on your day trip or vacation to the towns of Walnut Creek, Berlin, Sugarcreek or Mount Hope.
Our Wilmot store is a short drive from Canton and Massilon on Route 62. Located on Route 39, our Sugarcreek store can be reached from I-77 via Exit 83.
Since 2006, Harvest Thrift Stores, a non-profit 501c3 organization, has been committed to providing quality merchandise to support local and international missions, while honoring God with compassion and integrity.
To volunteer with Harvest Thrift Stores, please contact a manager at 330-852-7467 or 330-359-0100.
We accept quality, used clothing for men, women, and children. Household items, furniture, linens, hardware, small appliances, books, audio/video materials, games, toys, and any other items that are in good condition and can be resold. Donating is a great way to help others both locally and abroad.
We ask that you DO NOT donate old-style TVs or monitors, computers, baby car seats, non-working appliances, stained mattresses or upholstered furniture with tears or smoke and pet odors. Costs incurred to dispose of these items drain money which could be used for our mission funds.
Yes! A tax deductible receipt can be obtained when you drop off your donations at one of our stores. Please ask any associate.