Sale of past collectibles forYouth Futures
CLAREMONT resident Penny Reinecke will host a garage sale with a difference over the next two Saturdays.
Penny is selling the antique linen and tea cups as well as designer shoes such as Louboutin and Jimmy Choo and clothes she has collected over the years.
Twenty per cent of money raised will be donated to Youth Futures WA on behalf of Ele Lighthouse, a group the Reinecke family established following the death of their 24-year-old daughter and sister Eleanor in Whistle in Canada nearly five years ago.
Youth Futures WA provides programs and assistance for young people in need.
“Ellie always looked after people,” Penny said. “At school she was always the one to look after someone who had just arrived. Youth Futures looks after people in their late teens and early 20s.”
Penny also sells cards she paints to raise money for Youth Futures WA.
See photos of the garage sale items on the Ele Lighthouse Facebook page.