A Cumming non-profit, No Longer Bound, has expanded to Woodstock and opened a 10,000 square foot thrift store. No Longer Bound(NLB) is a non-profit
We are excited to expand into Cherokee County and bring the message of hope and that freedom from addiction is possible,” said Edward Bailey, Executive Director of No Longer Bound. “By donating furniture, clothing and household items to NLB Thrift and shopping at our beautiful thrift store, residents in this community will help us save lives.”
Donations are collected, sorted and organized by men in the program. NLB Thrift Store will also offer a truck service to collect furniture and large donations. Donations are now being accepted Tuesday-Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm.
In addition to the thrift store, some of the men in the program make beautiful hand-made reclaimed furniture sold through The Boutique at No Longer Bound, located near The Collection in Cumming.
No Longer Bound offers a 12-month long, residential, regeneration process to rescue addicts, regenerate men, and reconcile families. Their story is one of reclamation, both of reclaimed wood and of reclaimed lives. For more information on their history and success, please visit their website.
You can make a donation or visit one of their Cumming boutiques to purchase their beautiful handcrafted furniture. The images online are like looking at a store catalog. Bailey also wants to get the word out that No Longer Bound is here as a resource should addiction strike close to home, threatening the lives of men in this community, and to those seeking help; as they have saved more than 1,200 men over the years.
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No Longer Bound Thrift Stores are located at 1910 Eagle Drive, Woodstock, in Towne Lake near Etowah High School and at 315 Dahlonega St, Cumming, GA 30040.