As the new year approaches, The Salvation Army Southeast Michigan Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) is seeking year-end donations at the nonprofit’s 34 metro Detroit family thrift stores. Now through Dec. 31, patrons are invited to drop off their gently used clothing, linens, home goods and more to receive a 2015 tax receipt.
“As we reflect upon the year, many of us will be seeking ways to give back to the community,” said Merle Miller, administrator of The Salvation Army Southeast Michigan ARC. “By donating your gently-used goods to The Salvation Army family thrift stores, you’re helping provide hope to men and women struggling with substance abuse.”
“Donating at The Salvation Army thrift stores is super easy,” said Jacqulynn Idzior, director of operations at The Salvation Army Southeast Michigan ARC. “Each of our stores has a conveniently located donation center with drive-up access, so patrons don’t even need to get out of their car.”
Contributions of gently used clothing, linen, household appliances, furniture, toys, shoes, purses and housewares are accepted at all Salvation Army thrift store donation centers. For specific hours of your local Salvation Army thrift store donation center, visit www.salarmythrift.com.
All donations to The Salvation Army are tax deductible. Donate before January 1, 2016 to receive a tax receipt that can be applied towards 2015 taxes. Salvation Army thrift stores will be open until midnight on December 31 for last minute 2015 tax year contributions.
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Family Stores open at 7am while Dollar Stores open at 9am.
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