Please read carefully, as we have made some changes.
Drop off by Appointment: Sunday September 21, Monday September 22, Tuesday September 23
**Please see the sellers tab for instructions on dropping off items
Helpers & Sellers: Helpers and Sellers have the opportunity to shop early. Please see the volunteers page for information on shopping early.
Public Sale: The public sale is held Friday September 26. The public half price sale is Saturday September 27.
Pick Up: Items marked pick up must be picked up Sunday September 28 2:00-3:00. Any items not picked up during this time will be donated. In addition, a $20 service fee will be charged.
About Kids Closet
Kids Closet Consignment Sale was started as a community outreach of First United Methodist Church (FUMC) Nursery School and Kindergarten to provide an environment where buyers and sellers can meet to exchange high quality used baby and children's clothing, toys, equipment, and other items at affordable prices.
Sellers price their own items. 65% goes to the seller; 35% goes to FUMC Nursery School and Kindergarten. (There is *NO* consignor fee!) Unsold items can be donated by sellers. These items will go to Kids Closet Cares, and all remaining items after Kids Closet Cares can go to Sanctuary House, Salvation Army, Goodwill, Alpha Alternative and/or FUMC Mountain Mission.
It is very important that you make sure that all clothes are free of stains, smoke or musty odors. We reserve the right to reject any items that do not comply with our standards. Rejected items will be set aside for donation regardless of how your tag is marked.
Fall and Winter Clothing
Girls, Infant to Size 16
Boys, Infant to Size 18
Shoes, Slippers, Cleats, etc.
Maternity Clothes - any season
Sports Equipment & Outdoor Toys
Ride-on toys, etc.
Toys, Games, etc.
Baby Equipment / Children's Furniture
The Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act was signed into law on August 14, 2008 and it became unlawful to resell recalled items. All consignors should check the CPSC website (www.cpsc.gov) for information on recalled items before reselling an item. The reselling of recalled items also could carry civil and/or criminal penalties. FUMC NS/K Kids Closet cannot be held accountable if a recalled item is sold or bought, as it is the individual consignor's duty to directly check their own items they choose to sell, not the duty of Kids Closet. Each individual consignor/reseller is liable for their own items. If an items is consigned with Kids Closet, Kids Closet will rely on the fact that the individual consignor/reseller has checked their own products against the CPSC list of recalled items and all items are safe to resell. While the CPSC expects every reseller to comply fuller with the new laws, resellers should pay special attention to recalled children's products, particularly cribs and play yards; children's products that may contain lead, such as children's jewelry and painted wooden or metal toys; flimsily made toys that are easily breakable into small parts; toys that lack the required age warnings; and dolls and stuffed toys that have buttons, eyes, noses or other small parts that are not securely fastened and could present a choking hazard for young children.
To find recalls by: Product Type, Company, Product Design, Hazard (Lead), or Country of Manufacture or to find specific items that have recently been recalled
Infant / Child Product Recalls (not including toys)
Toy Hazard Recalls