Seconds Unlimited: Shopping for a cause

Seconds Unlimited volunteers from left are Dee Rogers, Anne Anderson, Betty Pickering, Ginny Schuster, manager Deborah Hall Silvus, Alice Cooper, Suzie Bailey and Nancy Jones.

For nearly 40 years, Seconds Unlimited has made a significant impact on the community both through the goods it sells and for its important financial contribution to Bon Secours Rappahannock General Hospital. 

The store’s business model depends on donations of “gently used” clothing and household goods, which are then sold at affordable prices sometimes ranging as low as $3 to $5 per item. This extremely modest price point of items sold makes it especially remarkable that Seconds Unlimited has recently pledged $500,000 toward The Campaign for Rappahannock General Hospital—to support the first major renovation since the hospital opened in 1977.

“We are so grateful for this tremendous commitment….

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