The Unitarian Universalist Society of Wellesley is holding a rummage sale:
Saturday, March 25, 2017, 8:30am to 1pm
309 Washington St. in Wellesley (near the intersection of Rt 9 & Rt 16)
Proceeds benefit the social justice programs of the UUWellesley.
Want to donate items to the rummage? Contact the UU HERE to make arrangements.to make arrangements.
For the Unitarian Universalists of Wellesley, spring cleaning season is tied to a favorite event: the annual Rummage Sale. Shoppers are known to return every year, sometimes from as far away as Maine, knowing that they’ll find quality items at low prices. Departments include clothing (for children and adults, with a boutique for jewelry and better fashions), books, home furnishings, electronics, linens, china, sports, and toys. The Treasures room includes art, collectibles, fine china, and the unexpected.
The Rummage Sale is a fundraiser that serves many social justice initiatives at UU Wellesley. In a town that appreciates environmentalism, this is a truly “green” event: reusable items find new homes, and the proceeds are used to support the congregation’s programming and outreach. The social justice programs that benefit from the rummage sale include cooking for Bristol Lodge, hosting homeless families through Family Promise, UU Wellesley’s own Green Sanctuary Team, our UU Partners, and the LGBTQ Interest Group (which was the founder of OUT Metrowest).
Items featured include:
- Clothing (men’s, women’s, and children’s)
- Housewares, furniture and electronics
- Kitchenware and china
- Sporting goods
- Toys and games