Sheboygan, Wisconsin Thrift Shop

September Sales & News

  • Nov. 27: Closed in observance of Thanksgiving
  • Nov. 28: Black Friday! Store wide 50% off donated item sale!
  • Vendors like Ashley, United and Coaster with items such as chairs, love seats, sofas and recliners are included!  Come in today for the best selection, as the furniture sale will run as long as supplies last!
  • The shop has a great selection of new furniture, socks, sheet sets and donated furniture at prices not seen anywhere else in the area!
  • Newly processed donations get to our shop daily, so frequent visits could result in finding treasures each time!
  • Senior Day is every Wednesday, shoppers 55 years and older receive a 25% discount on all donated items purchased, excluding antiques and collectibles.

(Please note that new furniture/socks/sheet sets/winter items, mattresses, specific collectibles and items made by people Bethesda provides supports and services to are always excluded from sales and discounts.)

ChairsEnd Tables
Living Room FurnitureLiving Room Furniture

New Pricing Structure
Sheboygan: Bethesda Thrift ShopLocation

2827 South Business Dr. - Sheboygan, WI  53081
Phone: 920-452-5212
Sheboygan Thrift Shop Front





Shop Hours

 Clothing Racks   

Donation Drop Off Hours


Monday to Friday:
  9 a.m. to 7 p.m.


Monday to Friday:
  9 a.m. to 7 p.m.


  9 a.m. to 4 p.m.


  9 a.m. to 4 p.m.


 Noon to 4 p.m

  Noon to 4 p.m.



Items Accepted

Bethesda Products

Items Not  Accepted








Box Springs




Infant Car Seats




High Chairs




Infant Walkers








Appliances Larger Than Microwaves








Computer Hard Drives




Computer Monitors

A van is assigned to the shop so large item pick-up is an option. Please call the shop to make an appointment.

Shop History

Bethesda's Sheboygan Thrift Shop started in downtown Sheboygan over thirty years ago. In 2009, the shop moved to a new, larger location.


Volunteers of all ages are needed.  Cashiers, sorters and general retail positions are available. Other volunteer opportunities include light carpentry, building maintenance and general cleaning tasks. Volunteers can select from daily, weekly or monthly time commitments. Perfect for student, corporate, church, service and civic groups, as well as families, retirees and individuals.

The shop also receives services from the Sheboygan Job Center, the Kaiser Group, Rehabilitation Center of Sheboygan, Senior Services, Hubers from the Detention Center of Sheboygan and local schools.

To volunteer:

© 2014 Bethesda Lutheran Communities
600 Hoffmann Drive, Watertown, WI 53094 Phone: 800-369-4636