Tinley Park, April 2, 2018 – The Crisis Center for South Suburbia and Neat Repeats Resale staff and volunteers invite the public to a Grand Opening of the new Neat Repeats Resale location in Worth on Thursday, April 26th from 5 to 7 p.m. The new store is located four blocks east of its previous location at the Worth Plaza Shopping Center (6602 W. 111th St.) and offers a bigger selection, much more parking and a donation processing center.
The Crisis Center for South Suburbia and Neat Repeats Resale are proud to be part of the Worth community and there will be a special ‘ribbon-tying’ ceremony to display the strong bond between our organization and the Village of Worth that has lasted over 30 years. Village of Worth officials have been invited and the ribbon tying is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.
The event follows National Volunteer Appreciation Week and will be a celebration of the over 200 volunteers who donate their valuable time and energy to Neat Repeats Resale and the Crisis Center for South Suburbia. Their hard work is crucial to the success of the organization and the new, larger location has increased the need for volunteers.
CCSS Volunteer Coordinator Deonne Senese will be available to answer questions and to distribute applications to those who may be interested. If you are interested in volunteer opportunities contact Deonne at email@example.com or call (708) 429-7255 Ex. 143.
There will also be an open house with light refreshments and a special 50% off store-wide sale.
Proceeds from Neat Repeats benefit the Crisis Center for South Suburbia and victims of domestic violence.
Visit www.crisisctr.org for more information on the Crisis Center for South Suburbia, ways to support its mission, and the services it provides.
Crisis Center for South Suburbia (CCSS) was incorporated in 1979 and has been helping families for 39 years find a safe way to understand domestic violence, receive counseling or escape a domestic violence situation. Our mission is to provide emergency shelter and other essential services for individuals and families victimized by domestic violence and address the societal issues that contribute to domestic violence.