Cash in on Your Kid Clutter at Fall EcoKids’ Consignment Sale for ChildrenPosted on August 7, 2017
Johnstown, PA (August 7, 2017) – Is your house being overrun with toys your child no longer plays with, or clothes they no longer wear? Register to consign at the semi-annual EcoKids’ Children’s Consignment Sale on September 21, 22 and 23, 2017, and you can earn extra cash and clean out your kid clutter at the same time! The EcoKids’ Consignment Sale is an event of The Learning Lamp and supports free after school programs for local kids.
“The EcoKids Children’s Consignment Sale gives parents an opportunity to clean out their kids’ closets and cash in on the stuff they no longer use or need,” said Kerri Belardi, Director of Communications at The Learning Lamp. “Registration is now open and we are gearing up for an amazing sale, with dozens of consignors already signed up to participate.”
The sale accepts gently used kid’s apparel (fall and winter items only), outerwear, boots, shoes, toys, furniture, baby equipment, Halloween costumes, holiday outfits and much more! Consignors earn 50 percent of the sale price of their items, with the remaining amount going to support The Learning Lamp’s free After School Outreach Programs in Moxham, Oakhurst and Coopersdale. This program provides students with a stable after school setting where they receive homework help, a healthy meal and participate in character-building activities.
The deadline to consign is Monday, September 11, 2017. Registering before midnight on Wednesday, August 30, 2017 qualifies consignors for an early bird discount and waives the $5 registration fee.
The sale will be held at The Learning Lamp’s main office at 2025 Bedford Street in Johnstown on September 21, 22 and 23, 2017. To learn more about the registration process, please visit http://www.thelearninglamp.org/for-families/childrens-consignment-sale/. If you have any questions, call Kerri at 814-262-0732 extension 245 or email email@example.com.
The Learning Lamp is a nonprofit organization with a mission to engage all children in the support they need to succeed. We deliver high quality programs that are affordable and accessible to families of all income levels. The Learning Lamp served 35,525 children from 62 school districts and 39 non-public and private schools and other organizations in 17 Pennsylvania counties and one county in Maryland in 2016.
Our programs include: one-to-one tutoring; before/after school programs; portable classrooms aimed at building math and science skills; alternative education programs for at-risk students; evidence-based prevention programs; online learning and credit recovery; SAT preparation; educationally-focused child care; literacy-based preschool programs; and grant writing and project consulting for schools.