JCI Thrift Store and Donation Center is an enterprise of JCI, a private 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. Our thrift store offers quality merchandise for low prices while providing vocational training and employment for persons with disabilities or disadvantages.
We are open Monday – Saturday from 9am to 5pm. Come discover our ever-changing treasure chest. We get new items in every day. Our wide selection of clothing is arranged by size, not color, and is seasonal to make your shopping experience easy. Expect to find shorts and t-shirts displayed in summer months, coats and sweaters in the colder winter months. Our excess and clothing that we are not able to sell are shipped to benefit folks abroad. Most of our items are gently used; however, given our partnerships with several local businesses that donate and support our mission, you can surely find many items that still have the original tags.
In addition to our clothing items, we offer:
Jewelry, shoes, purses, scarves, furniture, household items, small appliances, stereos, computers, televisions, toys, electronic gaming systems, and a large selection of videos, DVDs and CDs are always available. All items are sold in good working condition. We have an entire room devoted to just books, and one room filled with the splendor of our Christmas collection. And there is always that knickknack which you just cannot do without!
“This is quite the operation. The store is clean and extremely well-organized.
They look over everything carefully; all the clothes that I have purchased are free from stains and holes. Everything they have on their shelves is in like-new condition and it's selling for a bargain. It seems to be very “cause” driven, helping people with disadvantages.”
Patty B., Smithfield, NC
“I am not a big retail store shopper,
I like stopping in the JCI Thrift Store just to see what has been added to the inventory, and I like to pick up books and CDs for a good price. I have hit just right on some occasions and stopped in on a Wednesday, which is Senior Citizens Day and the friendly cashier took 10% of my bill.”
Edward V., Selma, NC
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