Alli Jacobs was a young mother who lost her life to domestic violence on Mother’s Day 1993 in Temecula. On that tragic day Officer Kent Hintergardt, responding to the 911 call, was also murdered. Two lives lost, two families and our community devastated. As a tribute to Alli as a mother and daughter SAFE named their resale shop after her. Keeping Alli’s story at the forefront brings awareness of SAFE’s lifesaving services for children and families impacted by domestic Violence and how SAFE can help others avoid this tragedy.
Since Alli’s Resale Shops inception in 2015, it has been an integral source of raising funds for SAFE Alternatives for Everyone. Alli’s has quality recycled items at affordable prices, including clothing and shoes for all ages, home décor, household appliances, furniture, books, toys and so much more.
(Must be in working condition, NOT Broken. Must have NO stains, holes or tears.)
We accept donations of:
We CANNOT accept:
If you have a question about your donation, please call All’s. If you are donating furniture, please call Alli’s first to make sure we have room. We do not have storage to keep items so we have to make certain it will fit in the shop.
Volunteers are the foundation that Alli’s was built on. Volunteers are an integral part of keeping items on the sale floor and making things run smoothly. We would love to have you join our Alli’s Team.
Please download the volunteer application, complete and contact Lindsey Ritter-Ingorvaia at 951-587-3900 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an interview appointment. SAFE is required to do a background check on all volunteers for a $15 fee before they can begin at Alli’s.