What looks to be a barn full of cast off clothing and household goods is really a gallery of furniture, clothing, household utensils, books and seasonal necessities available to the public at a much-reduced price. The Bargain Barn thrift store generates a small income for H.O.M.E. but the real payoff is the happy faces of those who find something within their budget that they really need or want. For those in the deepest need we provide clothing and the essentials for living free and graciously.
Donations to the Bargain Barn are accepted by appointment only. Please call 207-469-3102 to set up a day and time to drop off your donation. We ask folks to please understand that there are times when the Bargain Barn is full and donations cannot be accepted due to lack of space.
The Bargain Barn is not able to accept the following items:
- Car Safety Seats
- Used Mattresses
- Outdated TVs
- Outdated Appliances
- Used Undergarments
Hours of Operation
What we do...
Like many thrift stores, The Bargain Barn has an ever-changing inventory. From shoes/clothing to furniture and other household items, you never know what treasures you may find.
The Bargain Barn is possible thanks to generous donations from our community. Donations to the Bargain Barn are accepted by appointment only. Please call first to set up a day and time to drop off your donation.
For those in the deepest need we provide clothing and the essentials for living, free and graciously. Starting over after a fire or any other tragedy can be a huge financial burden. H.O.M.E. is here for our community by providing vouchers to the Bargain Barn for those in need.
Volunteering at the Bargain Barn could involve working the cash register, sorting donations, stocking shelves or pricing items. If you are looking for an opportunity to help your community, let us know.