Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Extended hours for the Holiday Season at our Thrift Store starts Monday, November 2!

Beginning Monday, November 2, our thrift store will be open extended hours through the holiday season. We will be opening the store an hour earlier at 9:00 a.m. and closing at 8:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. After talking with several customers, we decided that we would decide to try this and see how well it works out. We hope to see you! Please tell all your friends and family! 

As always, when you shop or donate to the Franklin Area Survival Center, you help support our food pantry. We appreciate your continued support.

Baby Clothes rack 


Toddler, children and Junior clothing racks

Purses and bags rack

Many items await you in our housewares room

Stop in and see the rest of our store, we have men's, women's, petite and plus size clothing, linens, knick knacks, smocks, scrubs, baby items, toys, lamps, school needs, shoes, boots, slippers, books, and lots, lots more. Don't miss out, stop in and shop and help support a great charity. We have gift certificates available for gifts, as well.  

Sunday, October 25, 2015

Christmas has come to the store!

Stop in and get some great Christmas items for great prices!!!! Everyday we are adding more to our tables and shelves. We have trees, decorations, gifts, and more. Stop in and check it out! 

Sunday, October 18, 2015

Christmas has arrived at the Thrift Store

Christmas arrived over the Columbus Day weekend.  Come in and check out what we have!

Items are put out daily, so stop by often so you do not miss that 
one special item you have been looking for!

A note about our food pantry.

A note regarding our food pantry. We assist nearly 11,000 individuals annually. It takes a lot of food to do this. If you live in Franklin County and are in need of assistance you need to come into the intake desk and make out an application. You need to come with proof of identity of all people in your household, proof of income of all people in the household. All applicants must produce this annually. Once you are deemed eligible for assistance you will receive food once a month for one year and the process starts again. We follow the Federal Poverty Guidelines. You will need proof of residency, proof of expenses as well. If you have any questions of what you need to bring with you, please call and ask for the intake desk. Also, please remember this is a food pantry. We assist with food, you should not think that we are here to eliminate your need to purchase food. We only assist you, not provide all foods to feed your household. What food we have, we offer the amount you are eligible for. Our food changes every week and we may not have what you got the last time you were in. Again, I stress, we are a food pantry and are here to help you but cannot do it all. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask questions. You can send questions via our email address: fasc964@comcast.net.