THANK YOU KRTV GREAT FALLS –
Great Falls residents picked up everything from old Christmas decorations to tiki lanterns today as the Junior League of Great Falls held a rummage sale to benefit Toby’s House.
The Junior League of Great Falls has been empowering women and organizations in the community through volunteer work and fundraisers since 1925.
The sale’s proceeds from the sale goes toward the completion of the Toby House Crisis Nursery, a safe secure place for families and people needing temporary lodging for young children that hopes to reduce domestic violence in Cascade County.
Community members of all ages donated at the sale, including two Valley View Elementary students.
“The turnout has been incredible; it was just epic this morning when two little girls came in with the very first donation, they had saved their donations and they were in grade school and had totaled up $107 and I just think what a thoughtful way for them to be participating,” said Toby’s House Crisis Nursery Chairman Leesha Ford.
For more information on Toby’s House, visit http://tobyshousemt.org.
For more information on The Junior League, visit http://www.ajli.org/?nd=p-involved-join , or for The Junior League of Great Falls, you can visit, https://www.facebook.com/JuniorLeagueGF/ .
*To make donations by mail:
Toby’s House Crisis Nursery
P.O. Box 2725
Great Falls, MT 59403