SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — Tahoe Home Consignment, a South Lake Tahoe home decor and furniture consignment store serving the Tahoe Basin, Truckee, Carson Valley, and Reno areas, is proud to partner with Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care and announced community cooperation. THC helps raise awareness of the welfare of Lake Tahoe’s wildlife and birds and participates in the mission of rescuing, rehabilitating, and releasing orphaned and injured wildlife through community giving programs.
“We strongly believe that positive change starts locally,” said Jen Hause, owner of Tahoe Home Consignment. “Living in one of the most vibrant regions in the country, we want to find creative ways to join the growing environmental movement.”Since opening in May 2021, I Our mission is to support communities in a variety of ways, including finding productive reuses for household furniture and reducing unnecessary waste. We also support the abundance and health of wildlife. We are deeply committed to ensuring a unique experience on Lake Tahoe, including supporting the efforts of both local businesses and community members. We are excited to be working to ensure the health and diversity of wildlife through our donation to LifeCare.”
At Tahoe Home Consignment, we recognize the beauty in the objects that bring us comfort and a sense of belonging—reflections of the environment in which we live. THC offers an easy mix of used and new items for unique Tahoe Basin furniture, rugs, lighting, décor, and local art. From contemporary mountain vibes to classic cabin vibes, THC offers custom interior styles and a cozy, relaxing shopping experience where stylish, affordable treasures are discovered every day.
Tahoe Home Consignment is located at The Crossings at Tahoe Valley, 2024 Lake Tahoe Boulevard, and is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, visit tahoehomeconsignment.com..
LTWC is a nonprofit organization headquartered in South Lake Tahoe. The shelter contributes to the creation and maintenance of a rich natural environment by promoting the health and safety of local wildlife. They lend a helping hand to Mother Nature, raising and rehabilitating orphaned and injured wild animals so they can be released back into the wild. The 27-acre property includes state-of-the-art animal control facilities and sophisticated enclosures.
“We welcome Tahoe Home Consignment’s committed partnership and donation program,” the release states.
For more information, please visit http://www.ltwc.org..