Annual Consignment Sale
Every year, Twins by the Bay holds a huge consignment sale where members can sell gently used maternity and children's items to other members and the general public. Not only does the sale serve as a venue to buy and sell gently used equipment, toys and clothes, but also serves an important club function: it is the only fundraiser of the year.
The main sale (open to the public) will be held on Sunday July 10th, 2016
but current members may attend a presale on Saturday evening. But don't worry if you aren't a twin family or member, there will be plenty of great stuff left on Sunday. And from 1:00-2:30pm, you can purchase clothing and soft items for $5 per bag. What a deal! Please like the Consignment Sale Facebook page
to stay up to date.
If you are looking to buy great things at a great price,
join us Sunday July 10th at First Congregational Church of Berkeley at
2345 Channing Way, Berkeley, CA. The church is at the corner of Channing
and Dana; the entrance to the sale will be on Dana. FCCB is one block
from UC Berkeley, one block from Telegraph. Parking on Sundays is free
until 1pm. Due to space contraints, strollers are not allowed inside.
If you would like to support the club, but don't have the time to be a seller, consider donating your gently used baby and children's clothes, equipment, toys, books, and other items to Twins by the Bay. All donations are 100% TAX DEDUCTIBLE.
Previous business who have donated include:
- Aquarium by the Bay
- Aqua Tech Swim
- Baby sleep site
- California Academy of Science
- DeYoung or Legion of Honor (Fine Arts Museums of SF)
- Inna Jam
- Galileo Camps
- Gilroy Gardens
- Halo sleep sack
- Happy Hollow Park and Zoo
- Lawrence Hall of Science
- Melissa Schmidt: Icarian Photography
- Music Together
- Oakland Zoo
- Pier 39
- Ruby's Garden
- Shotgun Players
- Stanford Athletics
- SF Ballet
- Sports Basement
- San Jose Children's Museum
- Sarah's Science
- Tot Tank
Twins by the Bay members are 100% responsible for the sale from preparations to setting up the room, from acting as cashiers to clean up, and from tagging all the items to requesting donations from local businesses. This sale could not take place without contributions from many, many people.