New 2 You's Summer Rummage Sale season is underway NOW! Each month, on the first Friday & Saturday, you will be able to find even better bargains than usual on a wide variety of items. It's fun! It's affordable! And it's a great way to get some things you need at rock bottom prices. See you there!
Raffle for a twin bed hand-stitched quilt ... tickets are $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00 and will be available at the New 2 You Thrift Store. The date of the drawing is still to be decided. Proceeds will go to Hospice, Meals on Wheels, JEDI and the homeless.
"New 2 You" is in need of more donations, especially summer clothes and gear. Your contributions
will benefit local non-profits like "Meals on Wheels", "Hospice" and "Jedi", to name a few.
We are accepting donations of quality items like furniture, household items, summer clothes, toys, electronics, small appliances, sporting goods, fishing stuff, sleeping bags, pictures, tools, kitchen stuff, antiques, and jewelry. Your donations are a tax write off since we are a non-profit, so just ask us for a receipt.We are open Tuesday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and we take donations from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please don't just drop off donations and leave them outside. They will be taken because the people will think they are free. So please stop by or give us a call at 918-9570. Help us help the people of our community and the local non-profits during these hard times.
50% off Books
Senior Day 25% off
(55 or older)
25% off Electronics
50% off Bedding
Clothing $3 per bag
New 2 You contributes to three local non-profit organizations: Meals on Wheels, Hospice and Jedi. Over the 3 years the store has been open, we have been able to donate a total of $81,000.
"Donations like the ones we have received from New 2 You are invaluable to us. This money makes things brighter for seniors in South County."
(Meals on Wheels)
Sandy Patterson, owner of New 2 You, presents the Volunteer of the Year award to Angela Auxter for the year 2015.
"She has been with us for over 14 years, lending a helping hand whenever she could. She's a treasure and a benefit to the whole community."