Clutter Barn

The Clutter Barn is the thrift shop of the United Church of Underhill. It is located in the Gifford Building beside the church, right off Route 15 on Park Street in Underhill. Our season generally begins in early summer and ends with Harvest Market weekend.

We thank our community for supporting us with your donations and your purchases during the 2021 season.
Thank you for your willingness to follow safety precautions again this season (see below for updated 2022 information).

For information, please contact Sharon Damkot at 899-3572 or Kathy Williamson at 899-3122.

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Want to shop?

We will have the following Saturday sales in 2022:

  • June 25, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
  • July 30, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
  • August 27, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
  • Both days of Harvest Market weekend: September 24, 25

Safe Shopping Details

We will update the shopping procedures in mid-June.

Want to donate?

In 2022, the Clutter Barn will accept donations from 8:30 – noon on the following Saturdays:

  • May 7, 14, 28
  • June 11
  • July 2, 16
  • August 6, 13
  • September 3, 10

Masks are optional. Thank you for sorting your donations at home. This keeps the waiting-in-line to a minimum.

To keep both volunteers and donors safe, we have adopted the following procedures:

Before You Arrive

Before you donate, you are required to sort your donations.
At home, please sort and box, bag or crate your items into the following categories to speed up the drop-off process (please review the UPDATED list at the bottom of this page for items we cannot accept.):

  • Toys, games and puzzles
  • Clothing – grouped by infants, children and adults
  • Small electronics and appliances
  • Household items, glasses, dishes
  • Linens and bedding
  • Fabric, sewing and craft items
  • Sports
  • Books – grouped by children/teens and adult
  • Boots
  • Pictures and frames
  • Tools
  • Wooden items
  • Office supplies
  • Holiday decorations
  • Small pieces of furniture, such as chairs and tables

Dropping Off Donations

  1. Do not pull up in front of the Clutter Barn as in past years. No donations will be accepted at the front door. Instead, drive to Park Street. Enter church driveway on Park Street (between tan apartment building and white house).
  2. A volunteer will greet you. The volunteer will ask if your donations are sorted into the categories listed above. If so, the volunteer will direct you to pull forward and direct where to wait in line until it is your turn to unload. The volunteer will provide a donation receipt if you desire one.
  3. Patrons will unload one car at a time. Please stay in car until it is your turn to unload. If you are physically able, please assist volunteers in unloading your car.
  4. When you finish unloading, return to your car and drive past the Clutter Barn and onto Route 15.

Thank you for donating and for following these safety procedures.

Things we accept:
All items must be clean and in good working order.

  • books
  • clothing (children and adult, all sizes):
    • we accept spring and summer clothing from May until July
    • we accept fall and winter items in August only
  • jewelry
  • toys
  • games
  • puzzles
  • costumes
  • kitchen items (pots & pans, baking pans, dishes, glasses, utensils, etc.)
  • linens, towels, and curtains
  • small appliances
  • small electronics
  • sports equipment
  • office/school supplies
  • greeting cards
  • knick-knacks
  • holiday and party decorations
  • sewing, knitting, and craft supplies
  • pictures and picture frames
  • selected furniture
  • boots
Things we cannot accept:

  • mattresses and bed frames
  • luggage
  • building or plumbing materials
  • car seats/booster seats
  • baby cribs
  • coat/clothes hangers
  • clothing: underwear, lingerie, adult bathing suits, soiled or ripped clothing, men’s suits, men’s pants with pleats or cuffs
  • accessories: belts, men’s ties, scarves
  • shoes
  • computers and/or computer equipment (including monitors)
  • printers
  • photocopy machines
  • fax machines
  • large appliances
  • large exercise equipment
  • large rugs
  • encyclopedias
  • cookbooks
  • magazines (including National Geographic)
  • textbooks
  • microwave/convection ovens
  • roof carriers, truck tops, or truck racks
  • telephones
  • televisions
  • tires or tire rims
  • skis, boots and poles
  • artificial Christmas trees (plain and decorated)
  • VHS tapes and cassette tapes
  • health and beauty powders, liquid lotions that have been opened