NFCC Thrift Shop
The NFCC Thrift Shop, formerly known as The Community Clothes Closet, opened in 1971 long before NFCC was established. Local churches supplied the volunteers and supervised the operations. In 1991, it became part of the NFCC family. The Thrift Shop is open to the public to shop at bargain prices seven days a week and retail income supports NFCC programs and operations. In addition, families who qualify receive vouchers to shop.
Come Shop with Us
The NFCC Thrift Shop is open to the public and proceeds from the Thrift Shop provide operating and program support for North Fulton Community Charities. When you shop at the Thrift Shop, you help support the mission of NFCC. Inventory changes daily.
What you will find at the Thrift Shop:
Hours & Location
11270 Elkins Road
Roswell, GA 30076
Hours for Shopping:
Donation drop off ends 30 minutes before close.
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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 2: Review
- tube televisions
- fax machines
- cribs with drop sides
- mattresses/water beds
- building materials/light fixtures
- ceiling fans
- built-in appliances/fixtures
- swing sets
- video tapes
Call 678-387-4466 to discuss armoires/entertainment centers and office furniture.
Step 3: Pick Up
To schedule a pick up fill out the Pick Up Request Form or contact the Director of Operations at 678-387-4466.
- Allow at least one week for all pickups.
- We 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 on the first floor of the home if possible.
Step 3: Drop Off
Thrift Shop Finds
Did You Know:
900 families and 1,800 children were served by the holiday program for warm coats, Thanksgiving meals and holiday toys last year.