Greater Tucson Fire Foundation Opens Safe Shift Estate Sale/Resale Shop

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The Greater Tucson Fire Foundation, the only non-profit public charity of its kind in Arizona, has opened Safe Shift Estate Sale/Resale—a “pop-up” store that will be open three days each month to sell a wide variety of estate and other donated items. A well-attended Grand Opening was held in December.

Located at 4911 E. 29th Street in Tucson between Craycroft & Swan Roads, the new store is staffed by dedicated volunteers. Upcoming sale dates are Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, January 4, 5, 6, February 1, 2, 3, March 1, 2, 3 and March 29, 30, 31. The hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Safe Shift will offer an extended collection including: Antiques, Collectibles, Jewelry, Artwork, Household Goods and Décor, Accessories, Furniture and Lighting, Vintage, Retro, Mid Century, Contemporary and Designer, Linens and Bedding, Limited clothing and footwear. Also, Outdoor, Garden, Patio, Architectural, Wrought Iron, Hand tools, Power tools, Garage and Workshop, China, Glassware, Dishes, Kitchen, Appliances, Electronics, Media, Vinyl, CDs, DVDs, Sporting goods, Holiday and Seasonal, Knickknacks and Tchotchkes.

The Greater Tucson Fire Foundation works to assist the fire-service community with unmet needs in the area of advanced training, technology, survivor’s help, education campaigns, firefighter health and wellness, and other support services. It is a non-profit organization, dedicated to supporting the 1,700 firefighters who serve and protect more than 1 million residents of metropolitan Tucson. Safe Shift’s mission is to take care of those who take care of us with monthly events supporting first responders.

To learn more about the new Estate Sale-Resale shop visit www.tucsonfirefoundation.org or Follow Safe Shift – Tucson Fire Foundation Estate Sale Store or Tucson Fire Foundation, both on Facebook. You can also email tucsonfirefoundation@gmail.com or call Mike McKendrick at 520-603-3055. Donations are always welcome!

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