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Nonprofit Hoping to Help Victims of Domestic Violence
Nonprofit Hoping to Help Victims of Domestic Violence

A nonprofit is opening a second-hand store that it hopes will improve the lives of survivors of domestic violence.

Safe Faith United has opened the Survivor Store and Training Center on Flamingo Road and McLeod Drive. The store will not only sell gently used clothing and household items to fund its efforts. It will also provide a training area for survivors of domestic violence.

Survivors will go through six to 12 months of retail training at the store. When they are done training, they will be referred to a retail store for permanent employment. Organizers hope to provide victims of violence with valuable skills.

The store is currently open but a grand opening celebration is set for Friday, April 19 and Saturday, April 20.

The group is currently accepting donations for the store, call (702) 685 1500 to arrange a donation.