We’ll accept donations of NEW or very gently used items anytime the shop is open. At this time, pickup of deliveries are not available due to limited volunteer capabilities. We do not accept televisions or mattresses and reserve the right to decline other items as we deem fit. Donations are accepted whenever the shop is open. See below for our hours of operation. If you have questions regarding a donation, please contact us.


The Iredell COAST Resale Shop will operate on the following schedule:

Monday-Friday 10am-6pm

Saturday 10am-4pm



We always have a place for volunteers between our resale shop and various community events. Please contact us for more information.

Make A Difference.

We're dedicated to giving back to our community through several events each year, including our popular back-to-school drive which helps hundreds of families and children each year. In addition to these wonderful events, the shop also houses a community food bank. Click on COMMUNITY FOOD BANK above for more information.

Our Cause:

The mission of the Iredell COAST is to spread love, hope, and laughter to the Iredell community and beyond. To be a positive influence on all we encounter. To involve ourselves in opportunities of community service and outreach.

Our Actions:

By operating a charitable resale shop, we raise much needed funding for our charitable initiatives including a yearly back to school drive for children in need, a community food bank to serve our less fortunate, and occasional disaster relief efforts.

Our Impact:

Hope for humanity, one person at a time.

Need Food? We Can Help!

The Iredell COAST is pleased to offer our Community Food Bank to people in need in Iredell and surrounding counties. We're located at 625 Sullivan Rd, Statesville, NC.

Food is purchased using funds from our Community Outreach Program as well as donations from our wonderful community. Please consider donating funding to this cause by clicking the donate link below.

Our food bank is open the same hours as our resale shop. Please bring a valid form of ID, Social Security Card, and Proof of Income upon visiting. There is a mandatory 30 day waiting period between visits.

Help for the Future!

We're blessed to be able to serve our community. It is our goal never to have to turn people away from food that they need. This is, however, controlled by the amount of food on hand. If we're unable to help assist you, we will provide you with a list of agencies in the community that may be able to help!


Food and Nutrition Services (formerly called Food Stamps), may be able to help you buy food and free up resources for other items, such as utilities and medicine. To receive FNS assistance, households must meet income limits. You may be able to get assistance even if you own a home, car, land, property, or have a retirement plan or money in the bank. Use the link below to be redirected to The Second Harvest Food Bank website, where they will help you apply for benefits.​


Families with Young Children and Infants

The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) provides food, health care referrals, and nutrition education for eligible pregnant, breastfeeding and non-breastfeeding postpartum women, as well as infants and children up to age five.