NFCC Thrift Shop

Connecting Passion to Mission

We know how much you love a treasure hunt and we are here to deliver!  The Thrift Shop is open to the public to shop at bargain prices six days a week. Inventory changes daily and special sales events and daily specials make shopping fun and affordable! Click here to learn some insider tips for making the most out of your visit. 

When you donate to the Thrift Shop your discards get a second life and you help fund the operations and services of NFCC. In addition, families who qualify can participate in our free Family Choice clothing program.

Proceeds from shoppers also provide much of the revenue for NFCC to serve families each year. That revenue helps prevent hunger and homelessness in our community through, food, emergency assistance, and workforce readiness classes.

Partnership with Atlanta Community ToolBank

Atlanta Community ToolBank (Atlanta ToolBank) and NFCC Thrift Shop now offer new tools at heavily discounted prices at NFCC Thrift Shop. Proceeds  benefit both organizations’ missions.

Additionally, a special pop-up shop offers an expanded selection of discounted tools outside NFCC’s Thrift Shop every second Saturday of the month.

Celebrating 50 Years in North Fulton

In 2021, The NFCC Thrift Shop, formerly known as The Community Clothes Closet, celebrated 50 years serving North Fulton Communities. Opened in 1971 (long before NFCC was established), local churches supplied the volunteers and supervised the operations. In 1991, the Thrift Shop became part of the NFCC family. It is the oldest continuously running charity thrift in the area and has been at its current location since 2005.

Hours & Location

11270 Elkins Road
Roswell, GA 30076

Store Hours:
Mon., Wed., Fri., Sat. : 10 am-5 pm
Tues. & Thurs. 10 am – 8 pm
Donation Hours: Mon- Sat. 10 am – 5 pm
Sun: Closed

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Donate to the NFCC Thrift Shop

Donations to the NFCC Thrift Shop help our community in multiple ways. Over 2,000 families qualify for clothing vouchers each year. Your donations help clothe struggling families in our community. Proceeds from shoppers also provide the revenue for NFCC to serve over 4,000 families a year. That revenue helps prevent hunger and homelessness in our community through food, emergency financial assistance and workforce readiness classes.

Step 1:Gather

Gather items you are no longer using – everything from clothes to furniture – we also accept cars and other vehicles, which are donated to families in need.

Step 2: Review 

Review the items to make sure they are in workable and sellable condition and are not broken, ripped or stained. If you wouldn’t buy it at a thrift store, we probably can’t sell it. The Thrift Shop cannot accept:
  • tube televisions
  • fax machines
  • cribs
  • mattresses/water beds
  • building materials/light fixtures
  • ceiling fans
  • built-in appliances/fixtures
  • swing sets
  • video tapes
  • armoires/entertainment centers
  • Step 3: Drop Off

    Donations can be dropped off Monday through Saturday from 10am to 5pm.

    Step 3: Pick Up

    NFCC has a pick-up service available for furniture, appliances and very large items requiring a truck in Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Mountain Park and Roswell. As with all donations, the items must be in working order, clean, no stains or rips and overall good condition. The items picked up are sold in the Thrift Shop to generate revenue to support the NFCC mission.

    To schedule a pick up fill out the
     Pick Up Request Form.

    • Allow at least one week for all pickups.
    • NFCC and the driver reserve the right to decline any items that we consider not suitable for resale or use in our facility.
    • Items should be located in the garage or in the driveway the day of pick up depending on the weather.

    Did You Know:

    The government says housing is “affordable” if a family spends no more than 30% of their income to live there.