You can improve your home decor and wardrobe, plus lives of the disabled when you shop at the Angel View Resale Boutique in Temecula.
Angel View is a 60-year-old non-profit organization based in Desert Hot Springs that serves children and adults with disabilities. It has 16 resale stores and boutiques in Riverside and San Bernardino counties that fund therapeutic services and residential care facilities for clients in the Coachella Valley and High Desert.
The Temecula boutique opened four years ago and is doing well, said Bradley Hyman its assistant manager. It averages $30,000 a month in sales.
Angel View’s other nearby boutiques and stores are in Murrieta, Wildomar and Hemet. There are plans to open a store in Menifee and a second store in Temecula, according to Hyman.
The Temecula boutique receives an average of 15 donations a day. Hyman said donations can range from a bag of clothes to a truck full of household goods. Every boutique and store sells the donations it takes in.
Clothing is the biggest money maker and Hyman estimates that they sell about 200 pieces of it a day. “That