Fairfield

The Well Thrift Store

Supporting The Well ministry

 

Why pay full price? Stretch your dollars and help people

We believe business can support ministry, which is why we are excited for The Well Thrift Store in Fairfield. The Well Thrift Store provides gently-used, low-cost items, as well as opportunities for people to volunteer!

We rely on donations to support the store. Anyone and everyone is encouraged to shop at The Well Thrift Store, not just our clients.

Multi-department and donation-based retailer. 100% of the income generated supports The Well ministry.

The Well Fairfield Thrift Store

Wednesday: 10am–5pm
Thursday: 10am–5pm
Friday: 10am–5pm
Saturday: 10am–4pm

(641) 819-4044

Donation Drop Off: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Stops 30 minutes before store closing

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17 hours ago
The Well Fairfield
The Well Fairfield is hosting our first ever Better Together Gala on March 12, 2022 featuring comedian, Marty Simpson! 

Proceeds raised will go toward renovating and kicking off the Well Works program. 

Well Works is a work environment where participants actively engage in their recovery, develop soft and technical work skills, actively remove life barriers, and experience the love of Jesus that leads to transformation and stability in life.  Team members in the Well Works program find dignity while earning a paycheck performing light manufacturing work. The overall goal for each team member is to gain stability in their recovery while also learning essential work skills and life skills that will help them get and keep a job when they graduate from the program.

We hope you’ll join us for a lovely night! 

Purchase your tickets at thewelliowa.org, and RSVP to tabithavos@thewelliowa.org.

The Well Fairfield is hosting our first ever Better Together Gala on March 12, 2022 featuring comedian, Marty Simpson!

Proceeds raised will go toward renovating and kicking off the Well Works program.

Well Works is a work environment where participants actively engage in their recovery, develop soft and technical work skills, actively remove life barriers, and experience the love of Jesus that leads to transformation and stability in life. Team members in the Well Works program find dignity while earning a paycheck performing light manufacturing work. The overall goal for each team member is to gain stability in their recovery while also learning essential work skills and life skills that will help them get and keep a job when they graduate from the program.

We hope you’ll join us for a lovely night!

Purchase your tickets at thewelliowa.org, and RSVP to tabithavos@thewelliowa.org.
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5 days ago
The Well Fairfield
Hi folks, it’s Saturday and you know what that means…

•••it’s 80% OFF our COLOR of the week!•••

We’re open all day, so swing on over before 4 p.m. to find some super sales on all ORANGE tags today!

🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡

Our team is working hard to serve our customers in the store. If you have a specific question about an item related to price, size, etc., please stop in to learn more.  
 
Good Stuff | Great Help | Gives Hope

Hi folks, it’s Saturday and you know what that means…

•••it’s 80% OFF our COLOR of the week!•••

We’re open all day, so swing on over before 4 p.m. to find some super sales on all ORANGE tags today!

🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡

Our team is working hard to serve our customers in the store. If you have a specific question about an item related to price, size, etc., please stop in to learn more.

Good Stuff | Great Help | Gives Hope
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Item Donation FAQ

What kind of items do you accept as donations?

We LOVE your clean, hole- and stain-free clothing, shoes, and linens. We also accept housewares, tools, home décor, books, DVDs, toys, baby gear, sporting goods, and furniture.

Are there items you do not accept?

Yes, there are a variety of items we cannot accept as donations. These include:

APPLIANCES

  • Dishwashers
  • Gas stoves
  • Non-working appliances

BUILDING MATERIALS/HOME DECOR

  • Used ceiling fans
  • Paint, lacquers, thinners or other chemicals
  • Window blinds (mini, regular or vertical)
  • Building materials like boards, tiles, toilets, sinks, etc.

KIDS/SPORTING GOODS

  • Car seats & other safety equipment
  • ATV/motorcycle helmets
  • Old golf bags and pull carts (clubs are okay—remove from bag)
  • Old exercise equipment. Only take well-working current equipment

FURNITURE

  • Broken furniture
  • Upholstered furniture that is heavily soiled, torn or needs extensive repair
  • Entertainment centers with square opening. (open top units that will hold a flat screen are ok)
  • Organs
  • Pianos

BOOKS/AV ITEMS

  • TV’s that are not flat screens
  • Large computer monitors
  • Computer printers
  • VHS Tapes
  • Cassette Tapes
  • Encyclopedia sets

LIMITED ACCEPTANCE BY STAFF APPROVAL ONLY

  • Flat screen TV’s
  • Mattresses & box springs

Where do I drop off my donations?

Donations can be dropped off inside door #7 on the west side of the building.

Furniture donations can be dropped off through the overhead door #8.

Inform a volunteer and they will assist in opening the doorway for you.

Do you offer exchanges or refunds?

We do our best to offer quality products. To avoid disappointment, we strongly encourage you to test any electrical items you want to purchase. When items are donated, we ask donors if electrical items work and use that information to help us value items.

We do not offer exchanges or refunds. In the event your purchase didn’t last as long as you’d hoped, we hope you will be consoled by the knowledge that your dollars spent will still be put to work helping the people served by The Well.

Do you charge sales tax?

No, we are exempt as a non-profit business.

Can you provide a receipt for my donations?

Yes! Simply request a receipt when you drop off your donated items.

Unfortunately, IRS regulations prevent us from assigning a dollar value to your items.