PEORIA, Ill - The Peoria Friendship House is selling new clothing to meet their donation goal.
The organization bought a half million dollars worth of merchandise from the Morton KMART before it closed its doors, and they’re selling it at 80% off ticket value.
“Since it's around Christmas time, now we had the idea let's put it all on the tables, get the word out to the community to see if we can sell it all,” said Friendship House CEO Robert Montgomery.
They have several items from men's and women’s clothing, to household items and toys. All proceeds go to the Friendship House.
Montgomery said they don’t have an end date but they plan to sell the items until they are completely gone.
The Friendship House also said because their order was so large, some of the items still have security tags on them and they're looking for a business who can help to help remove the tags.
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