Assistance League Resale reopened our doors to welcome customers on Monday, July 6. We are happy to see so many of you. Our store has made adjustments in order to follow all the new regulations the state, county and city governments have put into place due to COVID-19. The store has been reconfigured, and only twelve people are allowed to be shopping at one time. This allows for more social distancing. Before you enter, you will have your temperature taken with a no touch thermometer and will use our new hand sanitizer machine. Your mask must be in place, and then we will offer you a sanitized shopping basket to hold all the treasures you will find in our store. We have installed Plexiglass anti-sneeze shields in our cash wrap area. The cash wrap and the remainder of the store are cleaned and sanitized on an ongoing basis.
Many people have asked if we are again accepting donations. We thank you for saving them for us. We are happy to receive your items at our back door during the hours we are open. Your donations provide the necessary funding for us to offer our philanthropic programs to the Santa Clarita community. We are not yet able to be open as many days as we were before the pandemic. Our hours are Monday, Thursday, and Friday from 1:00–4:00PM. We will add more days as we are able. We are happy to be open and serving our community again!
For more information please visit our website: www.assistanceleaguesantaclarita.org
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