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ACTS will be open for SHOPPING beginning
Wednesday, June 3rd at noon.
Shopping days & hours will be Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 12 -3,
Saturday 9-12 
There will be a limit of 25 shoppers for 25 minutes.
Masks and social distancing will be required.  
Hand sanitizer will be provided.  
No children.


ACTS will be accepting DONATIONS by appointment only
 Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8:30- 11:30am
No Saturday donations.
Call 302-539-3513 to schedule.


Atlantic Community Thrift Shop







Donation of clean, gently used, good condition clothing, shoes, linens, household, dining & kitchen items, collectibles, décor, books, games & toys are sincerely appreciated by ACTS volunteers. Your clean, gently used items makes ACTS’ mission possible. Thank you.

DONATION DROP - OFF DAYS & HOURS

Wednesday, Thursday & Friday from 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM

Saturday from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM

NO Donations on Sunday, Monday or Tuesday – ACTS IS CLOSED

Please note Donation Drop-Off Hours may change at Management's discretion due to inclement weather conditions, availability of volunteers to receive & process donations, physical space to receive donations, & unforeseen circumstances. ACTS apologizes in advance for any unintended inconvenience.

ACTS volunteers cannot accept blinds, ceiling fans, chandeliers, computers, copiers, cribs, dishwashers, durable medical equipment, encyclopedias, fax machines, fluorescent bulbs, frameless mirrors, knives, National Geographic magazines, printers, reference or text books, toilets, toilet seats, TVs older than 8 years, or VCR tapes. ACTS volunteers thank you for your adherence & understanding.

With the generous donations of clothing, household goods and much more, ACTS volunteers work together to support & bring positive change to the community & outreach groups as well as individuals in need.



ACTS offers a truly unique shopping experience. There are a wide variety of gently used women’s, men’s & children’s clothing & shoes, linens, dishes, glassware, cookware, furniture, lamps, collectibles, décor, books, games, puzzles, bikes & toys – all processed by ACTS volunteers & priced to sell.

SHOPPING DAYS & HOURS

Wednesday, Thursday & Friday from Noon to 3:00 PM

Saturday from 9:00 AM to Noon

ACTS is CLOSED Sunday, Monday or Tuesday

ACTS is managed and operated solely by local volunteers – women and men from all walks of life who dedicate their time and energy to help others. Proceeds from items sold are returned to charitable community & outreach groups & those in need in the local Sussex County community.

Holiday Hours may vary

ATLANTIC COMMUNITY THRIFT SHOP

MISSION STATEMENT

Atlantic Community Thrift Shop, also known as ACTS, is a non-profit organization staffed solely by volunteers and is dedicated to assisting the youth in our community as well as individuals or groups that need assistance with household items, clothing and monetary assistance.

ACTS donations are determined by a volunteer Giving Committee and a volunteer Board of Directors. All donations are voted on and approved by the Board.

Coastal Point

M.Cpl. Shawn Hatfield of the Delaware State Police receives a check donated by Atlantic Community Thrift Store.
Coastal Point • Submitted Thursday, June 13, 2019 - 10:02am
The Atlantic Community Thrift Shop (ACTS) and the Delaware Marine Trade Association recently made donations to Camp Barnes Inc., a recreational overnight summer camp run by the Delaware State Police for which there is no fee to attend.
ACTS, located at 34634 Atlantic Avenue in Clarksville, donated $20,000 and “has been a huge supporter of Camp Barnes,” according to the DSP.
The donation from the Atlantic Community Thrift Shop will go toward the continued renovations and general operations of the camp. ACTS has supported the camp over the years through financial donations and staff members volunteering at the camp, they noted.
The Delaware Marine Trade Association, located at 100 Marina Lane, Milford, donated life vests to Camp Barnes.
The camp is for boys and girls between the ages of 10 and 13. The camp has served the needs of thousands of children throughout Delaware. For more than 60 years, Camp Barnes has remained basically unchanged. It was originally designed to provide the children who were unable to attend summer camp an opportunity to experience life at a summer youth camp.