Thrift store and non-profit continues fight against homelessness
Thrift store and non-profit
KENNEWICK, Wash. — A local Kennewick thrift store and non-profit continues its fight against homelessness Friday.
Sails Outlet Thrift Store for Safe Harbor Crisis Nursery supports local families and children of all ages, by providing resources to help rebuild lives after trauma.
The outlet just reopened this week after a complete remodel.
The non-profit distributes vouchers for its thrift store to help those in need.
While volunteers say they are happy to make it happen.
“It makes me feel good that I’m helping somebody else that may be a little bit less fortunate and just you wouldn’t think a blanket would make a difference but it really does,” Sails Outlet Volunteer, Pat Cahow said.
All proceeds from the store go directly to youth programs, and its homeless youth shelter.
If you’d like to donate, just head over to Sails Outlet Thrift Store for Safe Harbor Crisis Nursery in Kennewick.