SAFE in Hunterdon is grateful for the
generosity of so many members of the
community that are willing to donate
furniture, clothing and household
goods to our organization.
Unfortunately, we lack the storage
space to take on large items like sofas,
beds and tables that we don't currently
have a need for. If you have an item that
you'd like to donate, please contact us
at firstname.lastname@example.org and
we will let you know if we have a
current need for it.
We do not currently have a need for
used household goods. If you have
women's clothing to donate, please
see the information on the right. In
general, SAFE in Hunterdon is always
looking for these NEW items:
Pre-paid phone cards
Pre-paid gas cards
Kids snacks-small bags of chips, gold
fish, fruit cups
100% fruit juice boxes
Toilet paper, paper towels and tissues
Bathroom cleaner/cleaning products
Cleaning gloves - med & large
Liquid laundry detergent
Non chlorine bleach
Pots and pans (non-stick)
Rubbermaid storage bins
Alarm clocks or small clock radios
White sheets and pillowcases (twin)
Bath towels and sets (any color)
Feminine Hygiene products
Body wash, shampoo and conditioner
Makeup in various shades
Disney or G rated DVDs
Make a Donation
New or gently used current fashions are accepted, provided that each item is clean and on a hanger. Please call
the shop at (908) 788-4017 prior to drop-off.
Donations can be dropped off on Monday from 9 am to 12 pm, Wednesday from 4 pm to 7 pm and Saturday from
11 am to 1 pm. Please limit items to 11 per visit. Refer to Requirements for Clothing below for further details.
Become a Consignor
- There is a $20 tax-deductible registration fee that must be paid each year. A permanent consignment
number will be assigned after you are registered.
- Before bringing clothes to the shop, please be sure each item of clothing is on a hanger and that the item's
size and consignor's registration number are marked clearly on a slip of paper straight-pinned to the hem.
- Acceptable merchandise will be offered for sale for a four-week period at a price set by the Shop.
- Checks for sold merchandise will be available for pickup in January, April, July and October.
- A maximum of ten items per week will be accepted from each consignor.
- The shop is not responsible for damage or loss of a consignor's clothing articles.
Requirements for Clothing
Clothing must be current, in style and in season, clean and pressed and in excellent condition. Only unworn, new
bathing suits, lingerie and shoes will be accepted. Jewelry, scarves and belts are accepted on a case-by-case
The shop only accepts women's clothing. It does not accept polyester pant suits, leotards, or stained, damaged or
dated clothing. Unacceptable merchandise will be discarded at the discretion of the shop.
Dates for Accepting Clothing
- Fall and winter clothing accepted beginning August 31st
- Winter coats accepted beginning November 15th
- Spring and summer clothing accepted beginning March 1st
The Consignment Shop
Clothing for a Cause
|The Consignment Shop -160 Main Street - Flemington NJ 08822
The Consignment Shop, located at 160 Main
Street in beautiful downtown Flemington, is an
extraordinary business enterprise with a mission
of providing financial support for the programs
and services of SAFE in Hunterdon. The
Consignment Shop is an ideal place to purchase
affordable, stylish clothing and accessories for
women. The Shop also accepts quality, in-season
women's clothing for those interested in making a
donation or participating in the consignment
program. The shop is a non-profit organization,
and everyone on staff is a volunteer.
Mon. 9 - 1 Tues. & Fri. 11 - 3
Wed. 11 - 7 Thurs. & Sat. 11 - 5
|24 Hour Hotline 1--888--988--4033
In case of emergency, please dial 911
Serving victims and survivors of domestic and sexual abuse for over 30 years
|SAFE in Hunterdon
47 E. Main Street • Flemington, NJ 08822
Outreach office: 908-788-7666
24-hour hotline: 888-988-4033
|SAFE in Hunterdon's Mission is to empower adult and child survivors of domestic and sexual abuse, while collaborating with our community to prevent violence and create positive social change.