Bargain Square

Bargain Square logoAdelante has operated two Bargain Square Thrift Stores, in Los Lunas and Belen. Both stores are social enterprises that provide employment for people with disabilities. We have thousands of shoppers in our stores every month who purchase everything from clothing to furniture at great prices. We primarily sell gently used items, but we do buy items from wholesalers occasionally such as tools, dishes, sunglasses, socks, and more. Due to a fire we suffered, the Belen store is currently closed, but we do have a temporary donation site in Belen next door to the store for donation convenience.

We greatly appreciate the support the community is providing. If you'd like to help Adelante rebuild and restock the Belen store please shop at our Los Lunas store, donate items we can sell (a helpful list of ideas is below) or make a financial gift to help us re-open.  


Learn more about our fire and get updates about the Belen store...

Adelante appreciates donations to Bargain Square such as:

  • Clothing for the Whole Family
  • Furniture
  • Tools
  • Electronics
  • Baby Goods
  • Household Items
  • Bikes
  • Exercise Equipment
  • Collectibles/Décor items
  • Pretty much anything in good, sell-able condition 

We have one location for dropping off donations and for shopping:

Belen Bargain Square team in front of the storeLos Lunas
701 E. Main Street
Los Lunas, NM  87031
505.923.4250

Belen
Temporary Donation Site - next door to our store!
501 Coronado Ave
Belen, NM 87002

You can also email us at: BargainSquare@GoAdelante.org

Adelante can pick up larger donation items, such as furniture. For this service, call the closest store location to your site to arrange a visit to your home or business for pick-up.

When you support Adelante Bargain Square, whether it’s donating items or shopping at our stores, you help us provide retail training and employment opportunities for people with disabilities in our community. People who work at Bargain Square help with donation pick-ups, organizing and stocking the store, and handling customer service at the cash register. A lot of the work day is spent processing donations, including sorting clothes, cleaning up household items, hanging linens, and preparing almost anything for the sales floor. Training and supervision is provided and no experience is necessary.

If you have a disability and would like more information about work opportunities at Bargain Square contact:

Veronica “Ronnie” Schroer
505.341.7144
VSchroer@GoAdelante.org

Belen Bargain Square Update