GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. One Main Street store is offering a way for people to recycle this Earth Day, while also helping local hospice patients.
Heirlooms for Hospice collects anything from clothes and jewelry to furniture and kitchenware to repurpose and sell.
All of the store's profits go toward making sure those who need hospice services from HopeWest are able to get them no matter their budget.
"We're not filling up our landfills number one, but the proceeds from the things that we sell down at the store benefit HopeWest and hospice and our mission is to take care of patients," said Pamela Barnes, who works for Heirlooms for Hospice.
The store is open for donation drop offs Monday through Saturday between 9:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
People can bring items through the storefront at 635 Main Street or they can pull up to the back entrance that can be accessed from 6th St.
There are also stores in Delta and Montrose.
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