313 Maple Street P.O. Box 483 Overbrook, KS 66524 785.230.9532
Located in the heart of Overbrook at 313 Maple Street, Copper Moose Market is proud to be a Kansas owned and operated not-for-profit store that benefits the nation-wide prison ministry, Saved by Grace NEWS. Choosing to buy or donate used, recycled, second-hand, overstock, vintage and collectible items at Copper Moose Market is fun and helpful.
Visit the Copper Moose Market's Facebook page often to get the best idea of what’s going on at our charity store. The great deals you’ve been trying to find are waiting for you at Copper Moose Market. From collectibles to home furnishings to artwork from the incarcerated, we take pride in providing unique inventory at competitive prices.
If each item has a story to tell, Copper Moose Market is full of love, adventure and thrifty tales. By shopping at, or donating to our not-for-profit store, you will help share God’s love, grace and hope with thousands of inmates across the country.
Since 1999, Saved by Grace News, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation, has been publishing a quarterly 12-page newsletter, written by and for inmates across America. With a current circulation of almost 70,000 copies, each issue costs over $13,000.00 to print and ship to approximately 500 prison chaplains for distribution to the incarcerated. All proceeds from Copper Moose Market will help fund the prison ministry publication as well as the expenses of note cards and postage and Bibles shared with the newsletter readers that correspond with the ministry. We invite you to visit www.SavedbyGraceNEWS.com for more information. Financial donations can also be shared there to further fund the ministry. All donations to Saved by Grace News are tax deductible.
Copper Moose Market also welcomes tax-deductible donations of gently used home furnishings, decor, collectible items, unique gifts and artwork. Call or text (785) 230-9532 to set up a drop off time of your donations and get your receipt for the fair market value of all the treasures you share.
By publishing almost 70,000 newsletters each quarter, Saved by Grace NEWS receives a lot of letters from its incarcerated newsletter recipients. Since 1999, Saved by Grace News has committed to never replying to the incoming correspondence with a form letter. Rather each letter gets a personal, hand written reply from a ministry volunteer. There is always “Jail Mail” at Copper Moose Market that needs to be answered. If you believe in sharing God’s love with people and remembering those in prison as Jesus commanded, you are welcome to volunteer and answer a few letters from the Saved by Grace NEWS readers. Copper Moose Market always has a fresh pot of coffee going and several tables set up so you can pop in and help out.
And boxing and labeling over 500 boxes of newsletters each quarter is no small venture. Watch the Saved by Grace NEWS website for its “work nights” and you can make arrangements to help get each issue ready for mailing.