Clallam Mosaic seeks donations for August fundraiser

AGNEW — Clallam Mosaic is accepting donations for a fundraising yard sale in August.

Donations of gently used items are now being accepted. All items must be clean and in working order.

To arrange a donation drop-off, call or text Sandy at 360-607-2910 by Aug. 4.

The nonprofit is experiencing a gap in funding due to the COVID-19 pandemic, members said.

To help close that gap, Clallam Mosaic will host a yard sale fundraiser Saturday, Aug. 8, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 9, at 132 Roman Road.

All proceeds from the sale will go towards sustaining core programs which empower individuals with special needs.

Clallam Mosaic is the only source for yearlong, nonvocational day programs for individuals with special needs in Clallam County, the group says on its website. Programs provide lifelong learning opportunities, recreation, leisure, social interactions and advocacy education.

For more information about the yard sale, call 360-681-8642 or email [email protected].

To learn more about Clallam Mosaic, visit

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