By SDCN Editor
San Diego, CA–Father Joe’s Villages launched a new online thrift store on April 24 to fund programs to help homeless individuals and families, the nonprofit organization said.
Father Joe’s Villages, a homeless service provider in San Diego, is expanding its retail operations from brick-and-mortar stores. The store will sell gently used clothing, jewelry, entertainment, household goods, accessories, electronics, and other items donated by supporters, with all the revenue going towards transforming the lives of homeless individuals and families. All retail sales raise funds for the organization’s critical programs and services.
Approximately 100% of all the revenue received from donated items will go directly toward Father Joe’s Villages critical care programs and services
The online thrift store will feature promotions for its customers throughout the month.
May 1-7 – 25% off all clothing
May 8-14 – 25% off all home goods
May 15-21 – 25% off all accessories
Thrift stores offer a sustainable way to raise funds for essential resources and programs at Father Joe’s Villages. Father Joe’s Villages supporters outside of the San Diego area will now have the opportunity to support the organization by shopping online.