Sack’s Thrift Avenue moves to San Jacinto

Cynthia Palmer stays busy sorting clothing donated to EXCEED’s Sack’s Thrift Avenue store in San Jacinto. Valley News/Diane A. Rhodes photo
After nearly 20 years of doing business in Perris, Sack’s Thrift Avenue has moved to San Jacinto. Operated by EXCEED, the store offers employment to many of the nonprofit’s program participants. The organization’s purpose is to provide advocacy, training and support services primarily to adults with developmental disabilities and to promote their independence.Sandra Aldridge, who works on marketing and resource development, said, “Providing opportunities and inclusion is at the heart of what we do, and our local communities are our biggest source of support. “EXCEED is committed to supporting adults with disabilities to help them reach their maximum potential and this is only possible with the support of local businesses and nonprofits who choose to include adults with disabi
Subscribe or log in to read the rest of this content.