The Crofton community is coming together to fight for one of their own.
Main Street Treasures thrift store recently announced its first charitable fundraising event. On December 27, half of store proceeds will be donated to “Fight for Kaylea”. Crofton residents and neighboring communities are encouraged to shop for Kaylea at Main Street Treasurers
from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. on December 27.
“Fight for Kaylea” is a cause to benefit Kaylea Kosters, a 15-year-old battling Aplastic Anemia. She will require a bone marrow transplant as part of her battle.
“Kaylea’s family and friends are neighbors to our Crofton community. We wanted to reach
out and let them know that we care about them too,” said Mick Reifenrath, co-chairman of the Main Street Treasurer’s thrift Store and owner of People’s Grocery Store.
In response to questions about the unique nature of this event, Mrs. Joyce Stevens, Main Street Treasurer’s co-chairman stated, “We received a request to help and are pleased to have this opportunity to participate in an event like this. A er all, this is part of our mission; reaching out to help those in need.”
Main Street Treasurers is a volunteer run, nonprofit, thrift store in Crofton. All proceeds are donated back to the community with the purpose of positively impacting lives. Main Street Treasures is dedicated to philanthropic programs that serve the needs of the greater Crofton area.