Wabasso Thrift Store To Help Families In Need

One Way Grace Thrift Store now open in Wabasso.
One Way Grace Thrift Store now open in Wabasso.

WABASSO – A new thrift store in Wabasso opens to help people and families in need with a “Pay What You Can” method with no set pricing.

Ryan and Jackie Martin started the One Way Grace Thrift Store & More that gives each customer the freecom to make their judgement to pricing.

“We have opened the shop to help people and family’s in need,” Ryan Martin said. “We do this by being a pay what you can thrift store and by giving back to people and family’s in need.”

The store is set up as a community outreach for everyone. A person can find just about anything from this thrift store, including household items, furniture, clothing & accessories, glassware, collectibles, and much more.

The One Way Grace Thrift Store & More is located at 8105 U.S HWY 1 in Wabasso. All proceeds go to the ministry and back into the local community.

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