FWDG holds ‘Trade-In for Charity’

FWDG, a local furniture company, is hosting a charity-event to raise money for HELP of Beaufort. FWDG is holding a trade-in sale, where customers are able to trade-in their old furniture receiving a discount towards new furniture. All traded in furniture will be donated to HELP.

“We love the work that this organization does in the community,” said Larry Mark, owner of FWDG. “We’re hoping by doing this event HELP will be able to extend their reach in the community.”

This event is running one weekend only, Sept. 12 through Sept. 16. Customers will receive the following trade-in amounts towards the purchase of a similar item:
•    $150 off sectional (3 or more pieces)
•   $125 off sleepers, $100 off sofas
•   $75 off loveseats and recliners
•   $50 off chairs
•   $25 off ottomans

HELP will donate unwanted furniture to those in need in the community. For more information, please contact Larry Mark at 843-524-8695 or by email at lmark@fwdgonline.com.

HELP of Beaufort is a state-chartered, tax exempt, 501(c)3 award winning non-profit and charitable organization with a Board of Directors.

To insure close association with supporting churches, there is an Advisory Council composed of church members informed of HELP’s needs. The Advisory Council representatives generally act as liaisons between HELP and member churches. For more information visit helpofbeaufort.com.

FWDG has provided Lowcountry and surrounding areas with great value, service and selections of furniture for more than 40 years. FWDG makes shopping for furniture easy, fun, and affordable. They provide customers with a wide selection of furniture and flexible financing options. For more information visit fwdgonline.com.

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