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Crisis Center 

Mon:     10AM - 3PM
Tues:    10AM - 12:30PM
Weds:   10AM - 12:30PM
Thurs:   10AM - 3PM
Fri, Sat, Sun:        Closed

Thrift Shoppe 

Mon:     10AM - 7PM
Tues:    10AM - 7PM
Weds:   10AM - 7PM
Thurs:   10AM - 7PM
Fri:        10AM - 7PM
Sat:       10AM - 6PM
Sun:      Closed

All Donations are tax-deductible

 

Market and BackPack Buddies Donations
 

The Crisis Center gratefully accepts your donation of non-perishable food items for the NRM Food Pantry & BackPack Buddies Program. To learn more check out our  BackPack Buddies Information.

  • Monday to Thursday 10AM to 3PM
  • Canned fruit or small cups (individual servings)

    Canned vegetables (green beans, corn)

    Peanut Butter and Jelly

    Canned Pasta with Meat Sauce

    Boxed Dinners

    Grits: Individual Packets

    Oatmeal: Individual Packets

    Snacks: Healthy and individually wrapped

    Sugar and Flour

    Canned tuna 7.5 oz cans or larger (water packed)

    Ramen Noodles Cooking Oil


North Raleigh Ministries Thrift Shoppe Donations

Thank you considering NRM for your donation of clean, usable items including: clothing, housewares, sporting equipment, small working appliances, books, pictures and frames, furniture, linens, and knick-knacks.

  • Monday to Friday 10AM to 6PM & Saturdays 10AM to 5PM
  • Drop off area is located in the alley behind the NRM Thrift Shoppe. Look for the yellow arrow & orange cones.
  • The NRM Thrift Shoppe serves to fund our Crisis Center. We are not able to sell the following items in our Thrift Shoppe and have to pay to remove them, ultimately taking away from our mission to help neighbors in crisis. 

    Cribs & Car Seats

    Pianos & Organs

    Mattresses & Box Springs

    Computer Monitors & Televisions- flat screens accepted

    Major Appliances- Mini fridges accepted

    Treadmills & Universal Gyms- free weights accepted

    Hazardous Material: cleaning supplies, paint, herbicides, pesticides & chemicals

    Furniture with torn upholstery, covered in animal hair, odors, or damaged frames Magazines Tires