Fri Mar 17, 9:00 AM - Sun Mar 19, 5:00 PM

Hammond Exchange

5934 Roswell Rd, Sandy Springs, GA 30328

Community: Atlanta


Tossed Out Treasures is bringing the luck of the Irish to shoppers March 17-19, 2023. The annual shopping for a cause event, hosted by the Sandy Springs Society benefits nonprofit organizations throughout the community.

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Celebrating 30 years of cultivating an incredible array of finds to pique all interests, the bargain hunters’ extravaganza, Tossed Out Treasures is bringing the luck of the Irish to all its shoppers as it returns March 17-19, 2023, St. Patrick’s Day weekend. The annual shopping for a cause event, hosted by the Sandy Springs Society benefits nonprofit organizations throughout the community.
Doors will open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Mar. 17 and Saturday, Mar. 18, and from noon-3 p.m. Sunday, Mar. 19. In partnership, Jamestown, this year's sale will be held at Hammond Exchange (in the space formerly occupied by Office Depot) at the corner of Roswell and Hammond Roads at 5934 Roswell Road in Sandy Springs.
Admission to Tossed Out Treasures is free and open to the public on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. For shoppers that want to get a first look at this year’s finds, a preview party, including a festive dinner buffet, will be held from 6-9 p.m. on Thursday, March 16. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $45.
As The Sandy Springs Society's longest-running fundraiser, Tossed Out Treasures, sells gently used items donated by members of the organization as well as the community. First held in 1992 and returning in 2022 after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the event’s sales highlight the reuse and repurposing of designer clothing, high-end accessories, jewelry, books, furniture, antiques, upscale home decor, children’s items and more. At the conclusion of the event, remaining merchandise is donated to area charities.
"As we’re seeing a rise in prices on goods of all kinds, this is the ideal time to purchase ‘new to you’ items that are still in great condition at bargain prices," said Deborah Minor, co-chair of Tossed Out Treasures along with Patty Kaplowitz and Jennifer Webb. "Every year on opening day, there’s a long line of shoppers eager to discover what treasures are inside. From antique buyers and interior decorators to bargain hunters and supporters of the community, shoppers are always excited about the incredible finds that we’ve curated for the event. As we celebrate 30 years of Tossed Out Treasures on St. Patrick’s Day weekend, we’re sure shoppers will be feeling lucky over saving ‘a pot of gold’ on their amazing new finds.”
Members sort and display the incredible assortment of community donations in a setting equivalent to an upscale department store, with sections including men and women’s clothing, antiques, children’s items, kitchen, home and garden, art, home décor and more. All items are new or gently used (all donations are carefully inspected before being included) and available for purchase at significantly reduced prices. This event gives shoppers an ideal opportunity to “go green” by upcycling and helping the environment, all while making extremely budget friendly purchases.
Guests at this year’s event will also have the opportunity to purchase the newly released Sandy Springs Society cookbook, Savor Sandy Springs, a collection of recipes from members as well as restaurants, businesses and notable members of the Sandy Springs community. Proceeds will go towards the Society’s philanthropic grants.
Since it began in 1992, the event has raised up to $82,000 annually. These funds help more than 30 nonprofit organizations in the community through The Society's philanthropic grants program, which supports various nonprofits that promote the arts, education, heritage, environment and social services in the city. In 2022, the Society awarded $263,300 in grants to 32 nonprofit organizations serving the Sandy Springs community. To date, the Society has awarded more than $4.5 million in grants to support the community in the past 34 years.
For more information on Tossed Out Treasures and The Sandy Springs Society, visit

About The Sandy Springs Society
Since 1988, The Sandy Springs Society has been dedicated to improving the quality of life in Sandy Springs by supporting nonprofit organizations in the community. A charitable organization of women, the purpose of the Sandy Springs Society is to support nonprofit organizations in the community that promote the arts, heritage, education, the environment and social services in Sandy Springs. The Society has awarded grants of over $4.5 million through their annual grants process. To learn more, visit

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