Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) -- Gently used items are being put to good use in Duluth to help people struggling with breast cancer.
Circle of Hope held its fifth annual clothing sale at the Copper Top church on Saturday to raise money for breast cancer patients.
All the proceeds will go to patients to help them pay their medical bills and living expenses.
Any items left over at the end of the sale will go to other Duluth charities.
"The stuff that is left over here is going to Lincoln Park Hope Center, they give out free stuff to Lincoln Park residents. The Prom clothes are going to Life House, and the Big Red Book Shelf is getting any children's books left over that are in really good shape," said Peggy Anderson, an organizer from Circle of Hope.
Anderson said the organization has given $101,000 to breast cancer patients.
Posted to the web by Kati Anderson.