Cancer Lifeline will be hosting a three-day flea market from Aug. 22 to Aug. 24, and is now accepting donations of clothing, books, household items, garden tools, sports equipment, electronics, and more at the Dorothy O’Brien Center at 6522 Fremont Avenue North in Seattle.
Cancer Lifeline provides emotional support, resources, classes, and exercise classes for people in all stages of cancer, as well as for survivors, families, friends, and caregivers. All their services are free.
In addition to the Dorothy O’Brien Center, Cancer Lifeline has locations at Evergreen Health (Kirkland), UW Medicine Valley Medical Center (Renton), and UW Medicine Northwest Hospital and Medical Center (Seattle).
The flea market will be held at the Dorothy O’Brien Center. Donated items can be dropped off there Mondays through Fridays from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., or by appointment on Saturdays by calling Jeanne at 206-832-1273 or Louise at 206-832-1272. (end)
For a complete list of acceptable flea market items, visit www.cancerlifeline.org and click on the “news & events” tab.