$5,000 given to HANK’s kids from Devine Area Hospice Thrift Shop, winter wear put out including 150 boots

Volunteers from the Devine Area Hospice Thrift Shop were hard at work Monday morning January 3, 2022 but stopped for a few moments to take a picture to commemorate the $5,000 gift they gave to HANK’s foster kids as part of the Pat and Kitty DuBose Memorial Christmas Light Challenge.
Winter wear out now…boots, clothes, accessories
This group of volunteers wanted to make sure they put out all the cold weather winter clothes and footwear on the shelves. “We put out a lot of boots today, now we have well over a 100 or 150 boots. Plus lots and lots of coats, scarves, hats, gloves, pants, long sleeve blouses, sweat pants and shirts, and a bunch of blankets that have come in, ” said volunteers Phyllis Redus and Sabrina Guerra.
Volunteers welcome, the more the merrier
“Right now we have about 40 volunteers but could use more. Those who volunteer love being a part of this big group all working together to help others and our communities. At one time we had 70 volunteers and we truly need more. Some just work one day a week, and that is great, it really helps us. So if anyone would like to volunteer have them stop by after 9:00 am on any Monday”.
The Hospice Thrift Store if open in downtown Devine next to Devine’s Crawford Pharmancy (old Conoly Drug Store) to customers on Wednesdays and Fridays from 10 am to 2 pm.
Donations are accepted Monday, Wednesday and Friday 8 am to 2 pm.

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