You can support The Arc of Atlantic County by purchasing or donating items at our thrift shops! With two locations, you will find an incredible variety of clothing, furniture, books, lamps, shoes and so much more. Thrift shop proceeds go directly toward The Arc’s programs and services, including recreation and family support.

The Arc Makes Cents. Too thrift shops are also looking for volunteers to help straighten, organize and clean throughout the day.  All volunteers must go through a volunteer orientation.

Tilton Shopping Center
331 Tilton Road, Northfield, NJ 08225
Store Hours:
Monday – Saturday from 10AM to 6PM
Sunday 11AM to 4PM
Phone: 609-241-9333

6409 Ventnor Ave., Ventnor, NJ 08406
Store Hours:
Tuesday – Saturday from 10AM to 5PM
Sunday – 11AM to 3PM
The shop will be closed during inclement weather if the public school is closed.
Phone: 609-822-7055

THRIFT STORE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
The Arc Makes Cents, Too Thrift Store is seeking Volunteers for their Northfield location. PT Volunteer shifts are available Monday  through Sunday for candidates 18 years of age or older. Work in a fun, friendly environment sorting clothing and house hold items, putting merchandise out on floor for sale, and assisting with merchandising, pricing, inventory and displays. You will also help to keep the store tidy and maintained. Customer service experience recommended. Volunteer training will be provided. Receive 50% discount on most items. Inquire by visiting The Arc Makes Cents Too Thrift Store, located in the Tilton Shopping Center, 331 Tilton Road, Northfield, NJ 08225.

Use this form to record your donation to The Arc Makes Cents, Too Thrift Shops.

Donation Guidelines from Ken Kamen from Mercadien Asset Management and thestreet.com –

“Just because you paid $1,000 for a suit doesn’t mean it’s worth that when you donate it. If you’ve never been to a thrift shop or don’t know what a fair market value for an item may be, pants and blouses range in value from $2 to $8, and books can be priced from $1 to $3. These prices offer a good general guide and someone at the thrift shop can help you make an accurate accounting.

It may be tempting to fudge on that blank form you’re given when you make a charitable donation, but your $3 sweater just isn’t worth $50 — and the IRS knows it.”