"What we're looking for is basically everything - clothing, furniture, appliances, books, housewares and jewelry - everything we sell in our Thrift Shoppes," he said.
Changes in the economy and lack of donations have meant sales at the shops have decreased by 10 to 15 per cent each month since January.
Hospice has thrift shops in Alamo in the Longs Drugs shopping center; and in Danville at 444 Diablo Road next to I-680.
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