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Free store in Fox Chapel Plaza has supplies for flood victims

| Tuesday, July 10, 2018, 2:48 p.m.
Volunteer with Fox Chapel Community Online Yardsale Shay McCaffrey gives a thumbs up to volunteers at the end of the day on Sunday July 8, 2018 after helping to organize hundreds of donations received for the free store set up at Fox Chapel Plaza to help local flood victims. Close to 50 volunteers helped over the weekend to make the free store possible for local residents needing help with getting items after flooding.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Volunteer with Fox Chapel Community Online Yardsale Shay McCaffrey gives a thumbs up to volunteers at the end of the day on Sunday July 8, 2018 after helping to organize hundreds of donations received for the free store set up at Fox Chapel Plaza to help local flood victims. Close to 50 volunteers helped over the weekend to make the free store possible for local residents needing help with getting items after flooding.
Fox Chaple Plaza owner Alex Condron ( right ) has opened the doors at the old Community Market site to set up space for a free storefront space for local residents in need from the recent flooding .
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Fox Chaple Plaza owner Alex Condron ( right ) has opened the doors at the old Community Market site to set up space for a free storefront space for local residents in need from the recent flooding .
A free store for local flood victims has been set up in the Fox Chapel Plaza by the St. Margaret Foundation coupled with the Fox Chapel Online Yardsale .
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
A free store for local flood victims has been set up in the Fox Chapel Plaza by the St. Margaret Foundation coupled with the Fox Chapel Online Yardsale .
A steady stream of cars showed up over the weekend to drop off donations for local residents that were hit with flood damage and need furniture, appliances, rugs, toys and cleaning products. A temporary space is set up at the Fox Chapel Plaza to provide free items.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
A steady stream of cars showed up over the weekend to drop off donations for local residents that were hit with flood damage and need furniture, appliances, rugs, toys and cleaning products. A temporary space is set up at the Fox Chapel Plaza to provide free items.
Thirteen year old Ben Myerberg carries a donated carpet into the temporary central drop off at  the Fox Chapel Plaza  to help supply local flood victims get furniture, linens, cleaning supplies, toys and kitchen items including appliances.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Thirteen year old Ben Myerberg carries a donated carpet into the temporary central drop off at the Fox Chapel Plaza to help supply local flood victims get furniture, linens, cleaning supplies, toys and kitchen items including appliances.

St. Margaret Foundation has coupled with the members of the Fox Chapel Online Flea Market to set up a one-stop free shopping center for anyone with damage from last week’s flooding. Items available include cleaning supplies, toys, kitchen appliances, bedding and furniture. Help getting items into trucks and cars is provided. The shop opened on Monday and will be open Wednesday, Friday and Saturday this week. The store is located in the Fox Chapel Plaza, 1115 Freeport Road.

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