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Salvation Army ARC monthly donation event scheduled for March 1 on Kaua‘i

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The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center, or ARC, will be on site at the Kaua‘i Resource Center located at 3460 Ahukini Road in Līhu‘e from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on March 1.

There will be no donation event scheduled for February.

Residents, businesses, and other organizations can bring in unwanted or unneeded items for reuse, including clothing, small furniture, children’s toys, books and shoes. Clothing and textiles do not need to be in good condition. Torn or stained clothing is okay.

Do not bring eWaste, chemicals, appliances, or broken items. The public is encouraged to check with their local thrift stores to see if they are capable of taking donations before bringing items to the Kaua‘i Resource Center.

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Due to health and safety concerns due to heavy equipment in the area and to reduce the chance of injury to customers unloading heavy items, the Salvation Army requests that the public remain in their vehicles while on site.

The ARC also offers pick-up services to thrift stores and businesses. Call 808-241-4336 to schedule a new service. For individuals who would like home pick-up service, contact Habitat for Humanity Restore at 808-335-6105 or RP’s Random Closet at 808-346-0020 (Note: RP’s Random Closet is a for-profit agency).

For information about general recycling or reuse, call 808-241-4841 or visit www.kauai.gov/recycling or www.kauai.gov/reuse

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