Renegade Paws Rescue Hosts Charity Garage Sale in Savannah

Renegade Paws Rescue held a charity garage sale in Savannah on Saturday. All items available for purchase have been donated by the community. get right back into the rescue,” said Rachel Weymouth, marketing and events coordinator for Renegade Paws Rescue. Lots of people showed up for Saturday’s garage sale. All of the money raised on Saturday will help animal rescue cover medical bills, food and more for their animals. see community support. We have so much support from the community in terms of donations coming in for the garage sale,” Weymouth said. “We are really happy to see and meet people from all parts of the community in different ways during this event.” There was also a vendor at Saturday’s garage sale selling dog collars to raise more money.

Renegade Paws Rescue held a charity garage sale in Savannah on Saturday.

All items available for purchase have been donated by the community.

“So it’s come, shop around and in the end, give your price what you think it’s worth. What you spend here today goes straight back into the rescue,” said Rachel Weymouth, marketing coordinator and events for Renegade Paws Rescue.

A lot of people came for the garage sale on Saturday. All of the money raised on Saturday will help animal rescue cover medical bills, food and more for their animals.

“Our favorite part of these events is not just how much we raise and how much support we have for our dogs, but it’s really seeing the support from the community. We have so much support from the community in terms of of donations coming in for the garage sale,” Weymouth said. “We’re really happy to see and meet people from all different parts of the community in different ways at this event.”

There was also a vendor at the Saturday garage sale who sold dog collars.

The children also sold lemonade and face paints were given away to help raise more money.

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