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Unity Shoppe hosts estate sale of items once belonging to Barbara Tellefson

Estate Sale benefits Unity Shoppe

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. -- The Unity Shoppe is holding an estate sale of items belonging to founder Barbara Tellefson on September 25 and 26.

The Unity Shoppe sale includes artwork, antiques, jewelry, furniture and other items belonging to their founder Barbara Tellefson.

Tellefson died back in November 2020, she was 84 years old.

She founded the Unity Shoppe to provide basic necessities and skill training to vulnerable populations during times of crisis.

The estate sale proceeds go directly to the Barbara Tellefson Fund.

“We see it as a sentimental way for us to share Barbara’s collection with the Community she loved while raising money for the organization she founded and poured her heart and soul into for over 50 years,'' said Tom Reed, Unity’s Executive Director. “Among her last requests was for Unity Shoppe to be as free and clear of debt as possible, and this is one way we are able to honor that wish."

The estate sale's Sunday hours are from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The sale will be at 679 Mission Canyon Road in Santa Barbara.

Masks will be required at the sale.

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