The Sandy Springs Society holds its 23rd annual “Tossed Out Treasures” fundraiser March 28 and 29.

Items for sale are donated by members of the society, a nonprofit founded in 1988 that provides funds to support other philanthropic groups which provide programs intended to improve the quality of life in Sandy Springs, and other Sandy Springs residents. The marketplace raises close to $45,000 a year, the society said in a press release.

“Shoppers can expect upscale bargains from some of the best homes, closets and attics in town,” Kim McAfee, 2014 co-chair who is heading up the event with fellow Riverchase/Sandy Springs residents Dixie Brock and Kathryn Loia, said in a press release from the society.

“Our volunteers work tirelessly over the year to collect, sort, mark and display thousands of treasures in a variety of categories,” McAfee said.

The sale will be held at Tom Jumper Chevrolet, 7200 Roswell Road. Doors are open from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Admission is free. Tickets to a preview party on March 27 cost $25 in advance and $30 at the door.

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