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Giving Back

Consignors have two choices once the sale is over:

  1.  Donate your unsold items to our Charity Partner, or
  2.  Pick up your unsold items.

We highly encourage you to donate your unsold items! You will receive a tax deductible receipt for your donation.

Donated items are distributed to local families through several South Sound non-profit agencies.

Thank you for giving to your community!

Charity Partner Highlights

After each event, Consignors' donated items are distribtued several non-profit organizations that serve South Puget Sound families:

Step By Step: transforms the lives of at-risk pregnant women, so they will deliver a healthy baby, embrace positive parenting, and establish a safe home. Puyallup

Care Net Pregnancy Center: offers hope by providing compassionate practical care, accurate information and life-affirming resources related to expectant and new mothers. Tacoma

New Beginnings Home: exists to empower pregnant women, birth mothers and single parenting mothers by providing them with mentorship and housing, equipping them to make positive decisions in their lives and the lives of their children. Puyallup

Toy Rescue Mission: refurbish and recycle gently-used toys for disadvantaged children and seniors in care facilities while providing meaningful volunteer opportunities for the young-at-heart. Tacoma

The Wishing Well Foundation: provides new and gently-used clothing and school supplies to children 0-18 years of age who are currently placed in the foster care system in Pierce County. Parkland

God's Closet:  a ministry of Adventist Community Services that  consists of a donation network whereby individuals, families and businesses are invited to donate gently used and new children’s clothing at any time throughout the year to God’s Closet. Then, one day per quarter God’s Closet will open for parents and guardians of children to come ‘shop’ free of charge, with the exception of a small admission fee – usually $1.00, from our selection of donated supplies. Federal Way

Caring 4 Kids:  There are 9,525 kids on free and reduced lunch in Clover Park School District.  Caring for Kids provides coats, shoes, clothes, emergency food, school supplies, hygiene products, air beds, blankets, and pillows for homeless families and kids. Lakewood



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My daughter Maya is 11 years old now, and she's finally old enough to shop for herself at the JBF sale.  And JBF makes "YES!" possible because she can get most of the clothes she chooses - since the prices are so low!

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