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'Catholic Charities Spokane' Opens 'Furnishings For Hope' In Historic Spokane Building

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Catholic Charities of Spokane recently opened "Furnishings For Hope" in January at 1905 N. Monroe and if you are looking to get a great deal on furniture or know someone trying to get back on their feet, it's a great place to get great quality furniture for a fraction of the cost.

Furnishings For Hope is a non-profit retailer of new, used and vintage furniture and decor that has been donated by private parties, community friends and corporate partners. Their sole mission is to support the mission and work of the Catholic Charities Furniture Bank which provides essential household furnishings to formerly homeless and low-income individuals and families.
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