TROSA, the Triangle non-profit that helps folks recovering from substance abuse, is holding a giant yard sale this week.
And when I say huge, I mean huge. There are 35 tractor-trailer loads of merchandise for sale now through Saturday, March 9.
Home and office furniture, construction supplies, new and used clothing, cleaning supplies, automotive additives and cleaners, electrical fixtures and appliances are among the items up for sale.
Admission is free to the sale, which runs from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day at Lakewood Shopping Center, 2000 Chapel Hill Road in Durham.
If you're unfamiliar with TROSA, it stands for Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers, Inc. More than 350 residents receive counseling, education and vocational training at no charge in a supportive, therapeutic setting.
The money raised will be used help support its two-year program for people who are recovering from substance abuse.
Sounds like a great opportunity to score a deal and help a worthy cause.
To learn more about the yard sale or TROSA, call 919-419-1059 or go to trosainc.org.