The Bargain Box Thrift Store is a mission of Naples United Church of Christ


Since 1975, this volunteer-run community thrift store has filled a gap for residents seeking value in quality used merchandise. The store is open year round, and receives over 600 pounds of donated merchandise a day! 
Revenue created by store sales funds the church’s many outreach efforts. In fact, over the years, the Bargain Box has contributed over $1 million to charities that provide human services both locally and globally.


Want a flexible volunteer opportunity that helps a great cause and receive discounts and first choice at new merchandise? Contact Sandy Goldstein at (239) 262-3802 or CLICK HERE


We appreciate your generosity and support. Donations are ALWAYS needed. Gifts of goods are accepted Monday – Friday. Please call Sandy Goldstein at (239) 262-3802 to schedule a drop off, or CLICK HERE to schedule a delivery.


Our items benefit smart shoppers like you! And your Bargain Box purchases provide support to 30+ charities. A  list of those receiving support is listed below. 

Our Charity Partners Through Sales at Bargain Box Naples United Church of Christ has been able to provide over $1 million to charities.

Baby Basics of Collier County
Cancer Alliance of Naples
Collier Child Care
Collier Senior Resource Center
David Lawrence Center
Education Foundation/ Take Stock in Children
Foundation of the Developmentally Disabled
Grace Place for Children and Families
Greater Naples YMCAGuadalupe Center of Immokalee
Habitat for Humanity
Harry Chapin Food Bank
Healthcare Network of Collier County
Holocaust Museum of SW Florida
Human Trafficking Awareness Partnership
Immokalee Foundation


Lighthouse of Collier
Literacy Council/Gulf Coast
Literacy Volunteers of Collier County
Miracle Limbs
Mother’s Club of Haiti
Neighborhood Health Clinic
New Horizon
No Scalpel Vasectomy International
NUCC Youth Group
Planned Parenthood (LEEP Machine)
PreScholarship Program
St. Matthews House
Senior Friendship Centers
Shelter for Abused Women and Children
The Women’s Foundation of SWFL