Sunday, June 30, 2019

Kansas City Catholic 'Angel's Attic' Non-Profit Provides Prayer & Low Cost Resources

Really nice look at this effort inspired by locals who want to help their community and provide a faith-based alternative for bargain shoppers. Take a look:

Not your everyday thrift store

KANSAS CITY - When you think of a thrift store, what comes to mind? Scuffed racks of dresses or suits, piles of pants or shirts, once neatly folded; shelves or boxes of paperback books; dishes or kitchen utensils and shoes, lots of shoes, often way past their prime.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

TYPO KING!!!

Anonymous said...

Tax and displace all those old geezers please.

Anonymous said...

And what angles are in this attic? Obtuse? Acute?

Idiot.

Anonymous said...

^^^ calm down grammar bitch, it happens

Anonymous said...

They'll find it hard to stay in business unless they learn to screw their customers like Salvation Army or Goodwill.

Tony said...

Thanks for the "help" on the correction. TKC is, in fact, the typo king of Kansas City.

I hope this post has been properly corrected. The article linked is much more articulate and worth a read.