Letter: Defiance Thrift is thankful for locals’ kindness | PostIndependent.com

Letter: Defiance Thrift is thankful for locals’ kindness

As the end of 2013 approaches, allow all of us at the Defiance Thrift Store to extend our gratitude to the generous individuals of the entire valley who daily amaze us with their kindness. We have cashmere sweaters, down coats, original art work, pristine baby clothes and countless other items every day brought in with a smile and a ‘thank you’ to us. We take this opportunity to thank you. After many years, the Defiance Thrift store continues to be nonprofit and gives all proceeds to Lift-Up and the Family Visitor Program. We also accept vouchers for families to pick out items at no cost to them. Retailers, up and down the valley also give new items to sell. The stories are endless. The circle of giving is also endless. Please know we are grateful beyond words.

Rhonda Bell

Manager of the Defiance Thrift Store

Glenwood Springs

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