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Posted: November 24th, 2015
Members of Assistance League of Bellingham wish our customers and friends a Happy Thanksgiving!
The shop will be CLOSED on Thursday, November 26th but will reopen on Friday, November 27th at our regular 10 a.m. opening time.
YOU WON’T BELIEVE ALL THE FANTASTIC SALES THIS WEEK!
All Dish Sets-china, pottery & glass
All “Clear” Glass & Crystal Ware
Women’s Knit Tops
Men’s Suits & Sportcoats
Lamps & Lampshades
Men’s & Women’s Pants
Clothing and Items with BLUE Tags or Stickers
Bargain Bin: Plastic Food Containers 5 for $1.00
Click on the “Find us on Facebook” link on this page to see lots of photos of what you’ll find at our shop this week…
Posted: November 13th, 2015
“Best of Bellingham”
BEST THRIFT STORE
ASSISTANCE LEAGUE OF BELLINGHAM
Cascadia Weekly reports, “A welcome newcomer to this category, Assistance League of Bellingham is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization serving Whatcom County children, adults and seniors.
ALB’s Operation School Bell program provides school clothing and shoes for underprivileged kindergarten through eighth-grade students. The program is expanding to include homeless high school students.
The Hospital Patient Support program provides sweatshirts and sweatpants to patients at St. Joseph’s Hospital in emergency situations such as assault and trauma. This program also provides clothing, underwear and footwear for homeless people who come to the emergency room.”
“They do proud work, and we’re proud readers voted them best in this category.”
Posted: November 12th, 2015
Assistance League of Bellingham is happy to report that our chapter collected 280 books for our MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY book drive.
ALB members, Christy Dahms, Donna Portrey and Wendy Smith delivered the books and a bookcase to Lydia Place on October 29th.
Shultzie Willows, Development and Outreach Director and Katie Groger, Family Intervention Specialist, were delighted to receive the books.
In a thank you note to ALB, Shultzie commented, “Thank you so much your generosity. We are thrilled to be able to provide books of this quality to our families.”