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Bargain Hunt in South Philly at the CityKids Fall Consignment Sale

Ready to donate, or just look for great finds at this popular event? Mark your calendars.

Started by local moms in South Philly, CityKids Consignment Sale has become the go-to pop-up consignment sale in the city. CityKids is the largest nonprofit consignment sale in the area, the only consignment sale in the city, 100 percent volunteer-run and was voted 2016’s Best Consignment Sale by Philadelphia Family magazine!

 

All proceeds from CityKids support Lilypad, South’s Philly’s family playspace, at 1234 S. Broad St.  Lilypad also runs the very popular Kids South of Washington Google group.

 

Want to meet other parents and score some deals? Here’s how!

 

Donate!

Consider donating your gently used baby/kid clothes, books, toys and gear. CityKids accepts donations to the sale. Donate your gently used baby/kid clothes, books, toys and gear. Donations can be picked up, or dropped off to Lilypad during any playgroup. All funds raised from your donations benefit our registered nonprofit, Lilypad.

 

Need Pickup? Email Us!

 

Volunteer!

You don’t need to sell to volunteer. Volunteers get to shop before the sale opens to the public, and avoids the lines at the sale. 

 

Learn More About Volunteering

 

Shop!

Shop for amazing bargains for your kids. We’ll be stocked with quality baby and kids clothing and gear for spring and summer, plus books, toys, maternity clothes, summer accessories, wraps/slings, and strollers.

Details

Saturday, October 14: 10 am — 3 pm 

Sunday, October 15: 9 am — 2 pm

Neumann Goretti High School in South Philly (South 10-11th streets, between Morris & Moore streets)

Sale Entrance: South 11th Street, between Morris and Moore

Parking is FREE!

Questions?

Contact citykids@LilypadPhilly.org.

 

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Photograph courtesy of CityKids. 

Join us April 1 and 2, 2017, for Philly's favorite consignment sale. Proceeds benefit Lilypad, where South Philly families land.

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