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United Women in Faith Rummage Sale

Twice a year the United  Women in Faith of Birmingham and Berkley First conduct a rummage sale and the proceeds support mission projects locally, nationally and internationally. You can participate by donating items, volunteering or shopping!

The 2024 Spring Sale is April 28-May 3

Public Sale – May 1-2

DONATE ITEMS

Easy Drive-Thru

Curbside Drop-Off

No Truck Pickup for this sale.

 

 

Sunday, April 28 from 1:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Monday, April 29 from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm

 

 *See below for more info on donations
 
 
 
 

VOLUNTEER

To volunteer for fun & fellowship from April 28-May 3, please contact Jane Carvell

Email or phone, jcarve55@icloud.com

248-379-2662

 

 Volunteers must be church members or be sponsored by a church member.

Sunday-Friday

Morning, afternoon and evening shifts available

SHOP

Wednesday, May 1 from 12:00p. – 8:00pm

(Regular price)

Thursday, May 2 from 10:00a.-1:00pm

(Regular price)

and 3:00p.-8:00pm

(50% off and/or $10 Bag)

 

$10 Bag night = we provide 13-gallon kitchen bag(s) to fill

(must use our bags!)

 

 

Proceeds from the United Women in Faith Rummage Sale go to the following mission projects:

  • After the Storm, Detroit
  • Baldwin Center in Pontiac and Summer Intern Program
  • BFUMC Children’s, Elementary, Middle, High School, College and Family Missionary Work Projects
  • Cass Community Social Services of Detroit
  • Grace Centers of Hope
  • Haven
  • Hope Shelters (Formerly SOS)
  • JFON (Justice for our Neighbors)
  • Methodist Children’s Home Society
  • Missionary Work Projects in Costa Rica, Cuba, Czech Republic, Ghana, Haiti, Honduras, India, Kentucky, Michigan, Tennessee, Ukraine, Zambia
  • Micah 6, Pontiac
  • NOAH Project, Detroit
  • Redford Brightmoor Initiative
  • Shades of Pink
  • United Methodist Retirement Center (Chelsea)
  • United Women in Faith Educational Scholarships
  • United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR)
  • Vista Maria
  • Walk-in Ministry

*We do not accept:

Air conditioners, dehumidifiers, humidifiers, Baby equipment (cribs, bassinettes, strollers, highchairs, seats, gates, pack’n plays), Basketball Hoops, Christmas Trees or Christmas lights, Computers, fax machines, printers, typewriters, Console or portable (old) TV’s (flatscreen only), Non-working Electrical items, Entertainment Centers, Office Furniture or Large desks, Organs or Pianos, Large kitchen appliances, Mattresses (of any size), Medical equipment, Textbooks  , Tires, Torn/stained furniture or clothing

Follow these tips for minimizing the time needed to sort and maximizing the money earned for missions!

 

  1. Don’t hide fragile items in the middle of a bag of clothing. The chances of them breaking is high.

 

  1. Wrap fragile items well in bubble wrap or several layers of newsprint before placing them in a box.

 

  1. Pack “like with like” – ie books with books, miscellaneous kitchen tools in one box, craft and sewing items with other craft and sewing items.

 

  1. Label boxes and bags – Housewares, Crafts, Toys, Books, etc. Even better – women’s tops, men’s pants, etc.

 

  1. Attach all parts to appliances with tape or a Ziplock bag attached with tape, or all together in one box.

 

  1. Please take a second look at the list of items we DON’T take. These items often just end up in the dumpster.