New Eyes for the Needy's Fabulous Finds Thrift Store will be open from 1pm-3pm on Thursday, March 27. Stop by and visit us on the second floor at 549 Millburn Ave., Short Hills. 100% of the proceeds of our sales go to glasses for the needy in the U.S. Get that perfect chunky necklace, an attractive watch, an unusual vintage pin or a beautiful piece of silver or china. And help the Needy! We are also looking for volunteers to help with sorting glasses for our overseas distribution program on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings. For more information, contact Sally Golding at 973-376-4088 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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