Annual Charity Sale at Community Church, Short Hills

Shop for a good cause at the Annual Charity Sale at Community Congregational Church (200 Hartshorn Dr., Short Hills) on Friday, October 18 from 2-6pm and Saturday, October 19 from 9am-2pm. For the latest announcements about the sale, mark yourself as interested on the sale’s Facebook event (https://www.facebook.com/events/486671482175334/).

Brand-name new and gently used clothes (with brands like Hugo Boss, Polo, Tommy Hilfiger, and Calvin Klein), toys, kitchen supplies, small appliances, and sports equipment are just some of the items you'll find at this huge sale. Browse the specialty boutiques for women and children, featuring designer labels at fantastic prices.

“The Annual Charity Sale at Community Church is a rewarding way to help others,” says The Rev. Dr. Johann Bosman, Lead Pastor at Community Congregational Church. “Donors know their donations will benefit others, and shoppers can find items in new or like-new condition at great prices, while knowing that the proceeds go to charity. We encourage everyone to come out and support the sale — and bring a friend or two!”

While the church provides volunteers, it does not benefit financially from the sale. All proceeds go to local charities and unsold items from the sale are donated to families in need in Irvington and Haiti. 

Donations are accepted until October 15 and can be dropped off 24/7 at the collection point near the back entrance. Donation collection will resume on April 15, 2020. Items that are damaged, soiled, or not in working condition are not accepted. For a complete list of items that can be donated, visit the Church website. 

Community Congregational Church is an inclusive church community in Short Hills (200 Hartshorn Dr.), where everyone who wishes to follow Jesus is welcome, where worship is a multimedia experience of Bible-based messages and engaging music, where our children’s ministry is fun and faith-building...and where we’re excited to welcome you! For more information on worship and church programming, please visit https://www.communitychurch.org/, like us on Facebook (Community Church, Short Hills), and follow us on Instagram (@communitychurch_shorthills).

Contact Information
  1. 9733795600
  2. church@communitychurch.org
Sat, October 19
9:00 am — 2:00 pm
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Shop for a good cause at the Annual Charity Sale at Community Congregational Church (200 Hartshorn Dr., Short Hills) on Friday, October 18 from 2-6pm and Saturday, October 19 from 9am-2pm. For the latest announcements about the sale, mark yourself as interested on the sale’s Facebook event (https://www.facebook.com/events/486671482175334/).

Brand-name new and gently used clothes (with ...

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