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December 2, 2020
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Three Monkey Thrift store closes

October 23, 2020

It is with a heavy heart that after 20 years in business supporting our work at Face to Face, 116 Fourth St., Santa Rosa, that we have made the difficult decision that our 3 Monkeys Thrift store will be closing its doors by Dec. 15.

These challenging times have made us look closer at our operations and know that this is the best decision for us in being fiscally responsible to the organization.

A huge debt of gratitude is owed to the Store Manager Richard Chole along with Roger Lloyd, Monica Hostnick and a team of amazing volunteers who have been truly dedicated to the store and the mission of ending HIV in our county. To our patrons who passed through our doors all these years we thank you for your support. We will miss seeing you. 

Please note that we will no longer be accepting donations at this time but will be offering some amazing deals on a daily basis until we close our doors! 

In the meantime, please do stop on by and give us a "simizal" from behind your masks!