GOING FULL CIRCLE
Going Full Circle is a 501(c)(3) Public Charity
TRAINING YOUNG ADULTS WITH AUTISM
GOING FULL CIRCLE IS REOPENING! WE WILL BE OPEN WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FROM 12:00 NOON - 4:00 PM
If you have a protective mask, for your safety and ours, please wear it while you’re shopping with us. We appreciate your understanding.
PLEASE HELP US FIGHT COVID-19!
At this time, our FITTING ROOM is closed. We will also limit the number of shoppers allowed in at one time. For purchases of $5.00 or more, we prefer a credit or debit card. If you bring children, please closely supervise them – kids all want to touch the same stuff. We will try to sanitize everything, but we are short-staffed. Help us help you stay safe!
YOUR DONATIONS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME!
We rely on a steady flow of new and gently used merchandise to keep our shelves stocked and to meet our operating expenses. If you have items you no longer need, or clean usable clothing your kids have outgrown, we’d love to have it. Best time to carry in donations is between 10:30 AM and 3:00 PM.
Due to COVID 19 we are short-staffed right now but we’ll try our best to pick up furniture and large bulky items if you give us advance notice. Call (919) 557-5717.
PLEASE NOTE: Donations left outside our back doors when we are CLOSED are often damaged by rain and are useless to us and anyone who might have wanted to purchase them. Please make donations during our regular business hours. Thank you for your cooperation!
We mourn the passing of Eugenia (GINA) Savarese, whose smile and good humor will never be forgotten. She opened the store, worked the register, helped customers find whatever they needed and was a key component of our success. We’re a family business and she was Mom.
To provide vocational training opportunities for adults with autism by giving them real life retail experience. Providing long term career opportunities by partnering with local businesses.
Going Full Circle is a 501(c)(3) public charity. We are a fully functioning thrift store with training facilities for adults with autism. All vocational training will be conducted by Nicole Poitras. Nicole, CEO of Going Full Circle, has a Master’s Degree from the University of South Florida in Autism and Low Incidence Disabilities. She is a teacher of students with autism and has been working with individuals with special needs for thirteen years. She was awarded the Autism Teacher of the Year Award by the North Carolina Autism Society in 2010.