It’s that time of year again! The 7th Annual HomeFreeHome.org Garage Sale is only a month away. Time to go thru your closets, dressers, toy chest, kitchen, basement, garage & attic. Donations can be dropped off starting Thursday, May 1 thru Friday, May 9 at 11 & 13 MillPond Road, (cross street Shore Road) Port Washington, NY.
As in years prior, please leave your clothing donations in plastic bags (in case of rain) under the carport, on the lefthand side of the house. Extra large donations (furniture or heavy items) can also be left in the carport. All other items should be left on either side of the front porch. Please mark any fragile items, so we know to store safely. Park in driveway to drop off items.
Because HomeFreeHome.org is a 503c charitable organization, we provide a receipt for your tax records. If no one is home during the time your donation is dropped off, there will be donation slips taped to the inside of the front storm door. Please take one, and fill out with the list of the items that you have generously donated to our annual sale.
Items that are always in demand are: blue jeans, men’s clothing, shoes, small furniture pieces, picture frames, bicycles, books, kitchen items, appliances, music CD’s, baby stuff and anything vintage. Please make sure items are new or gently used, clean and in working order. Toys should have all the piece and remotes or controls should be included and/or attached to the donation.
Items we do not need are: used undergarments, bedding, upholstered or fabric items that may be a breeding ground for bed bugs, stained plastic ware, broken toys, old TV’s, computers, house paint, small appliances that are not safe.
The 7th Annual HomeFreeHome.org Garage Sale is Saturday, May 10 & Sunday, May 11 (Mother’s Day), from 9am to 4pm. Thank you in advance for your generosity. We hope to see you at our annual Garage Sale. There are always treasures to be found and all monies raised helps an individual or family with their mobility needs.
If you have any questions please contact me by phone at 516-417-1814 or email email@example.com. Keep your fingers crossed for a sunny Mother’s Day Weekend!
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