Thrift & Treasure donating sales to Summit County Cares today |

Thrift & Treasure donating sales to Summit County Cares today


Today, Summit Thrift & Treasure thrift store in Dillon is donating 100 percent of its sales to Summit County Cares. All of the money raised in this holiday campaign will go to paying rent, utility and medical bills for local families facing homelessness, disconnection of heat or the inability to pay for medical tests or procedures. Summit Thrift and Treasure is a nonprofit thrift store owned by FIRC (Family & Intercultural Resource Center) and is offering this donation as part of the nonprofit challenge week for Summit County Cares. FIRC and Advocates for Victims of Assault will be matching donations by employees, volunteers and board members for Summit County Cares. All nonprofits are encouraged to help make a difference during the week. The Summit County Cares campaign runs until Dec. 31 and support from all local businesses and individuals is greatly appreciated. Donations can be made to The Summit Foundation’s Summit County Cares Fund at

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