Poor, poor Woody. His grandpa donated his gift :(
Cure Thrift Shop Rockaway Relief UPDATE
Our truck from BEN HUR MOVING will be arriving early Tuesday and heading straight to those in Rockaway & Breezy Point.
CURE THRIFT SHOP will be accepting your donations until 8PM MONDAY.
PLEASE, NO MORE CLOTHING.They have more than they need.
We ARE looking for:
Heavy Contractor Bags
Cleaning Supplies - brooms, shovels, bleach, buckets, mops
Non-Perishable Food - water, juice, granola bars, etc.
Baby Items - formula, jarred food, bottles, wipes
**Please be considerate, do not use this as a time to get rid of your excess/unwanted stuff. EMERGENCY SUPPLIES ONLY**
Many thanks to those that have already brought supplies to Cure. It’s truly heartwarming. Keep ‘em coming!
Cure is still accepting regular donations benefitting the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation, but the relief is our main priority today, thank you.
Rockaway & Breezy Point are NOT in need of clothing. But we can still help!!
What they DO NEED: Batteries (especially C and D); Shovels; Gloves; Brooms; Bleach; Cleaning Supplies; Contractor Trash Bags; Flashlights; Generators; Pumps; Boots; Winter Coats; and NEW Socks & Underwear.
CURE IS NO LONGER COLLECTING CLOTHING FOR RELIEF
(with the exception of winter coats/boots)
Cure Thrift Shop WILL remain a drop-off point for the supplies mentioned above. You can bring them during our store hours (11-8pm Daily)
We will be loading a generously donated BEN HUR MOVING
truck early this coming week and taking your donations to those in need in Rockaway & Breezy Point.
*Donations for relief are not tax deductible.
**Cure is still accepting donations not needed by hurricane victims. Donations benefiting Cure Thrift Shop and the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation are tax deductible.
Uh oh…somebody did not like her birthday present.
Together, let’s lighten the load!
Make your moving day easier & donate to Cure.
We want your old duds! Bring your gently used clothing, shoes and bags over to Cure Thrift Shop and help the Diabetes Research Institute find a CURE for juvenile diabetes.
All donations are 100% tax deductible and 100% appreciated!
Illustration by Sarah Feinstein
Which 90’s TV celebrity visited Cure and donated these boots?
Hint: Her sister would never shop second-hand!! eeew!
Get those donations in quickly & receive your tax exemption form before the end of the year!
Also, don’t forget: 100% of Cure’s proceeds benefit juvenile diabetes research through the DRI.
Donating to Cure is WIN, WIN, WIN.