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Furniture pick up

Call us to arrange free pick up from Prague, we do all the work!

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Charity shop

Visit our fundraising store and brighten your day!

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Delivery

We offer delivery service for any items bought in our shop.

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Moving services

We provide an efficient, experienced and reliable service.

Charity shop

with a big van and two strong men ready to deliver large items.

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Visit our fundraising store and brighten your day by making a purchase from our broad range.

As BÉTEL CZ is part of a larger charitable organization we receive a supply of donated items directly from England to sell in our store. We gratefully receive any donations of furniture, household items and bric-a-brac. The proceeds from our charity shop and other services help people in great need. 100% of the proceeds goes to support our residential centre for recovering drug addicts and alcoholics in Kralupy.


The prices are affordable on a budget, and 100% of the profits go to a non-profit residential center, Bétel, that houses, trains, and rehabilitates recovering addicts and alcoholics. The store is in an old barn, and everything in it is donated. The selection isn’t terribly extensive, so it’s a bit hit-or-miss whether you’ll find something you have to have. However, they do have a little of everything, from wardrobes, to kitchenware and housewares, to sofas. Some of the pieces are perfect as-is, like a number of beautiful wood buffets a vintage solid wood wardrobe, and a sweet black china cabinet with leaded glass panes. Other pieces are a job for a DIY-er with a vision, like a wood-framed loveseat/chair set with tufted mauve velour upholstery. A little spray paint on the frame and it could be a cute set in a sunroom. I walked away with a standing drum-shade lamp, and a set of four deco landscapes. Another reason to remember Nábytková Farma is that if you have donations, they’ll come get ‘em. They do pick-ups and removals at no charge, and are even happy to deliver on their next run to your neck of the woods if you find something you can’t fit in your car while you’re in. (From an article written by Amy Hadley)
The store is open 9am to 5:30pm on weekdays and 9am to 3pm on Saturdays. Directions can be found on the website. And there´s more to explore than just furniture. The store also carries porcelain wares, decorative items, toys, clothes and books in Czech, English and German. Some of the items on sale come directly from England, where the umbrella organization of the Czech branch is located. Kralupy nad Vltavou is only a 45 minute train ride from Prague´s Masarykovo Nádraží station and an outing to the furniture farm makes for a nice day-trip, especially if you are looking for a more relaxed environment than busy Prague to do your shopping. Should you find more than you can carry on the train, the Bétel staff is happy to transport the items back to your house for a small fee. Either way, you will arrive home knowing that your shopping has done some good. (From an article written by Sarah Borufka)
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Trevor Marshall
Senior tutor, The English College in Prague

We have used Bétel, or recommended them to others, more times than I could count. They have moved furniture, rocks, pianos, boxes - everything. We give them our furniture and bric-a-brac, and we buy replacements from their barn. All this knowing that the money raised actually contributes to lives being changed. Sometimes when I see bits and bobs being sold on Facebook for 50 Crowns, or 100, I think how much difference those items could make if they were donated. So often we feel powerless when confronted by the homeless on the streets of Prague, knowing that their problems might well extend beyond the lack of shelter and into drug and alcohol problems. Bétel offer hope - hope of a life transformed (indeed, of a life) - a future, something beyond the end of today, the next meal, the next fix. Bétel offer a home, warmth, love: a community to find healing, purpose and the rebuilding of self-esteem. A place where people care enough about you to make demands about your behaviour, about your commitment. As they say at Bétel, you can't change your past, but you can change your future.