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What You Need to Know Before Buying a Designer Handbag at a Consignment Shop
Shopping secondhand at a consignment shop is such a fantastic way to find unbelievable deals that I'm always shocked to hear people admit they're too scared...
What Items We Can Accept
Donate to charity items in good condition – not ripped, stained, major scratches or need repair. Computers, other electrical items accepted for recycling.
Facing the Canon with General André Cox
J.John interviews General André Cox, General of The Salvation Army. General André Cox was born in 1954 whilst his Salvation Army officer parents were serving...
American Cancer Society approves funding for 93 research and training grants totaling more than...
The American Cancer Society approves funding for 93 research and training grants totaling more than $40 million in first of two cycles for 2019.
Hospice: What You Don't Know Can Hurt
This is the story of one nurse's encounter with a family where she helps clear up some misconceptions about what hospice is and does.
Landfills Shouldn't be Laundry Piles: We Are Tossing WAY Too Much Clothing
Savers/Value Village will be presenting an art installation n Seattle just in time for World Recycle Week on fashion, recycling, and alleviating our landfills.
Mason Jars: The Ultimate DIY Thrift Find
We help people earn a living, improve their lives, and strengthen their families and their communities.
10 Encouragements for Dads with Special Needs Children
Raising special needs children is challenging. Here are 10 encouragements for dads of kids who have special needs.
Giuseppe Zanotti White Croc Embossed Leather Lorenz Sz 40/10 Wedge Sneakers
Giuseppe Zanotti White Croc Embossed Leather Lorenz Sz 40/10 Wedge Sneakers - Alexis Suitcase Consignment and other apparel, accessories and trends. Browse and...
Five Tips for Successful Thrift Store Shopping
When people step foot into my funky home, one of the first things they ask is, "Where do you find all of this stuff?" After I tell them that most of what we own has been found at thrift stores, they then beg me to take them with me next time I go