Stuff Etc to hold emergency donation drive for King’s Harvest PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Lydia Sax   
Monday, 16 December 2013 16:12

Davenport, IA: Stuff Etc, located at 3568 N. Brady St. is holding a donation drive this week for the local non-profit organization, King’s Harvest.

King’s Harvest is a shelter serving the homeless and others in downtown Davenport. The shelter is running short on new toys to distribute at their annual Christmas party for the homeless this coming weekend. Stuff Etc is stepping in to help out King’s Harvest this holiday season by setting up a donation box at their store and spreading the word on their social media outlets on how people can help. King’s Harvest needs to meet the needs of more than 250 local families that would otherwise not be able to provide gifts for their children this Christmas. People are encouraged to donate new, packaged toys at their local Stuff Etc in Davenport.

“We have a very short window in which to collect these items for King’s Harvest,” says Jesse Simpson, store manager at Stuff Etc. “We need to get the word out as quickly as possible and are relying on the generosity of Quad Cities residents to fill this need.”

Stuff Etc will be accepting donations until this Thursday, December 19th To show their appreciation and help drive participation, Stuff Etc will offer a 20% off one item coupon for each person who brings in a new, packaged toy for donation.

Stuff Etc. is the largest consignment store in Iowa, with stores in Waterloo, Cedar Rapids, Coralville, Iowa City, Davenport and Ankeny. Known for their quality and variety, they work with more than 70,000 consignors to provide a truly unique local buying experience.

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