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SAGE Eldercare’s Resale Shop Offers Affordable Holiday Shopping Option

Ready to do a little holiday shopping but don’t want to strain your budget? SAGE Eldercare’s Resale Shop is the answer you’re looking for.

The Resale Shop’s unusual variety and exceptional quality of goods, along with reasonable prices, have attracted shoppers and collectors from Summit and the surrounding areas since it opened its doors in 1959.

Featuring a variety of goods, including furniture, housewares, china, linens, jewelry, clothing, bric-a-brac, collectibles and books, the Resale Shop’s popularity ensures a continual turnover of merchandise.

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And of course, those who shop at the Resale Shop have the added benefit of knowing they are supporting the valuable services SAGE provides to area seniors. Proceeds from the Resale Shop help support the Spend-A-Day Adult Day Health Center, HomeCare, InfoCare, Bill Paying Service, Small Home Repair Service, Fall Prevention and Shopping Service programs.

The Resale Shop also accepts donations, from individual items to partial or full estate donations.

The Resale Shop is located at 31B Chatham Road in Summit and is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday. For more information, call 908-273-5564 or visit www.sageeldercare.org.

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