Non Profit Converts Historic Building Into Thrift Store, Post Foster Care Residence


A non profit converts a historic building in downtown Harlingen into a transition site for those formerly in foster care. On Monday, Valley Central reported that the Sunny Glen Children’s Home group acquired the century old building on Jackson Street and First Avenue making it into a thrift store and residence.

There is room in a dorm style setting where ten former foster care children who now are between 18 and 22-years old can live. The thrift store on the ground floor gives some of them a chance to gain work experience. Find out the details at SunnyGlen-dot-Org.

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