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WV Caring’s Resale Shops host sales 

West Virginia Caring’s Resale Shops have a way to find that special gift and give back to help area residents. This year, instead of one day for customer appreciation, West Virginia Caring will have a whole week of customer appreciation sales.

Starting Monday, through Friday, there will be a different department  on sale at 50% off the regular price each day. The Resale Shops are at 603 Bellview Blvd., Fairmont, and on W.Va. 7 in Reedsville. The stores will open at 9:30 a.m. daily and close at 4 p.m. COVID precautions are in place, with a limited number of four people in the store at a time. Masks are required.

On Monday, all home items including kitchen, linens and giftable items will be half off. Tuesday will feature men and women’s winter coats, gloves, hats, scarves and boots — all for 50% off. Wednesday will be men and women’s clothing, including shoes and handbags. Thursday will feature 50% off children’s clothing, outerwear, shoes and toys. And Friday, all Christmas and holiday decorations will be half off. All clearance items will be 50% off the regular price throughout the week.

West Virginia Caring Resale Shop Manager, Debbie Markley welcomes everyone to stop by and find gifts at half off their already low prices. In addition to the sale, there will be plenty of Christmas music and light refreshments. Sign up to win a Christmas basket filled with goodies. The drawing is set for close of business Friday.

The shops stock a mix of gently used or new donated items, including clothing, shoes, home goods, toys, furniture, video and books. There are old local books and items from around the area. All proceeds raised from the store provide funding for West Virginia Caring’s terminally ill patients and families who do not have an ability to pay for care.

West Virginia Caring Hospice is a community based, nonprofit organization that operates the Resale Shop program to expand its outreach and education of hospice in a way that the community can give back and support its mission. Its concept and purpose are to provide funding for West Virginia Caring’s terminally ill patients and families, while offering the community good value and a pleasant shopping experience.

For more information about either donating or volunteering your time, contact Debbie Markley at 304-366-7995 or stop at the WV Caring Resale Shop.

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