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The BFA Family Thrift store is operated as a profit center for BFA. The store accepts items by donation that are gently used and still in good condition. This means after all expenses, wages, rent, utilities, insurance, etc are paid, net income from sales is delivered to BFA to support client programs. We have monthly sales on clothing as well as discounts for Senior Citizens and Military/Veterans.
4600-8 Main Street, Shallotte, NC 28470
Hours of Operation
Diana Carter, Manager
Michael Buroff, Thrift Store Associate
Bill Crowson, Thrift Store Associate
Adam Gouldin, Thrift Store Associate
Keely Goss, Thrift Store Associate
Stephanie Smith, Thrift Store Associate
MAKE A DONATION
Family Thrift Store Donations
Accepted Monday & Tuesday
And Thursday thru Saturday
9:30 am – 4 pm.
* Please No Donations
We appreciate your understanding
that we need a day to process.
No appointment is necessary to donate; however, if you have a particularly large donation, you may call ahead to let us know: 754-7322. We accept items such as furniture, clothing, shoes, toys, games, housewares, and many other types of items, provided that they are in good, salable condition. Please see one of our store associates in order to drop off a donation. We can also pick up gently used furniture by appointment–please CONTACT US to schedule a pickup.
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
Are you ready to be a part of an organization that is positively impacting the neighborhood in which you live and work?
Then check out ways to get involved.
The selfless service of volunteers is what makes BFA possible. See how you can get involved.
BFA has many emergency and non emergency programs offering help for food, shelter, and clothing needs
There are upcoming events that you can take part in and help out those less fortunate in our area.
Our special programs give aid to those in need in Brunswick county. See how we are helping.
Food & Shelter problems are closer to home than you think…