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Project Home of Cranford Announces Town Wide Garage Sale

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CRANFORD, NJ - Project Home of Cranford has announced that the annual Town Wide Garage Sale will be held on Saturday Oct. 1, rain or shine. This is a great opportunity for residents to clean out items they no longer need, make some cash for themselves and most importantly help support township residents in need. Project Home will be posting signs prior to Oct. 1 announcing the garage sale and taking care of the advertising for you.

Those who register by Sept. 24 will have the address of their sale and brief description of what they have to offer for sale included on the web-site listing that will be posted for those wishing to find sale locations. The registration fee to participate is $25. To participate in the Town Wide Garage Sale, send your completed registration form, which can be found on the Project Home website: https://www.cranfordprojecthome.org or a note with your name, address, telephone number and brief description of what you are selling, along with a check for $25 to Project Home of Cranford, PO Box 724, Cranford, NJ 07016. Note, only your address and what you are selling will be posted to the site for shoppers to see.

For 25 years Project Home of Cranford, a 501(c)3 charity has been working through Cranford Family Care to keep Cranford families in crisis in their homes. The Town Wide Garage Sale is one of the events that Project Home runs to raise funds for Cranford Family Care. For questions about the garage sale or just find out more about Project Home and our mission please email us at info@cranfordprojecthome.org, visit us at https://www.cranfordprojecthome.org and Like us on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/ProjectHomeOfCranford

 

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