Monday to Friday: 10.00 am to 7.00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Following CDC guidelines, NFSB will continue to wear face masks as recommended by public health safety measures. Face coverings are required for all customers, and we’ll continue our increased safety and cleaning measures including social distancing.
Please note children’s toys & books cannot be accepted at this time, and donations are not accepted through the front door; drop off is located in the rear of the building. Please limit the quantity of donations at a given time. We are accepting only gently used items in order to maintain The Shop’s high standards of offerings.
The NFSB Shop, located at 169 Chestnut Street in Nutley, seeks to redefine thrifting. The light filled space maximizes store functions, and importantly too, provides an enjoyable experience for those who are browsing and buying. The venue enables expanded and diversified selections: upscale seasonal clothes and wearable accessories, an array of household items, small furniture pieces, and vintage or hard to find inventory from the practical (such as stemware and lamps) to the whimsical (such as costume jewelry & holiday decorations) are available. The Shop welcomes new and gently used items that we are proud to offer and our patrons are pleased to purchase.
Stay cool with FREE Shortsleeve & Sleeveless Shirts, Shorts or Skirt with every $10 purchase.
So many choices, stop in early for the best selection.
One item for every $10 spent.
Due to Covid restrictions on space and volunteer efforts, The Shop is requesting that the community be mindful of constraints to
1). Limit the quantity of donations at a given time and
2). Consider the quality of the donations. Children’s toys & books cannot be accepted at this time. We gratefully accept gently used items in order to maintain the Shop’s high standards of merchandise offerings.
CLICK HERE to read the about how to best donate items to The Shop.
The Thrift Shop was opened by the Board of Trustees in 1933 and from the outset was intended to both meet the needs of families in the community, and to be a source of funding for the Bureau. In late 1930’s, the Thrift Shop closed its doors due in part, to the economic downturn of the Great Depression. In 1949, it was re-activated, and its doors have been open ever since.