A Rexburg nonprofit said even it's surprised by the outpouring of support it received during a recent charity drive.
The Family Crisis Center said it received at least five trailers full of clothing, furniture and other goods during its last end-of-semester drive.
It said that's four times what it can usually expect.
“Usually at the end of every semester at BYU-I, somebody goes around and fills up a truck full of things that the students leave behind or that they don't want and that helps
supply the thrift store and the clients,” said Deanna Palmer
The materials collected will be sold in the center's thrift store. The proceeds to will go to help victims of domestic violence.