Tomorrow’s turnover sale is back! Features 7 sale dates starting June 30
Of Morrow Women United in FaithMaplewood, New Jersey:
The most wonderful time of the year is fast approaching! The directory Next day turnover salarye is back in full force for 2022, with the first of seven days of sales scheduled for Thursday, June 30 from 7-9 p.m.
After two years of sales being cut short and toned down due to the pandemic (2020 was online-only), this year’s sale is returning to its usual size and scale. Shoppers can find men’s and women’s clothing, jewelry, furniture, books, housewares, sporting goods, art, electronics, toys, arts and crafts, porcelain, interior decoration and various other must-haves at the legendary sale, which each year raises thousands of dollars for the benefit of women and children from here and elsewhere. Credit cards and Venmo are now accepted at all stations. Due to room constraints, the sale no longer offers linens, music and movies, or children’s clothing.
For those looking to donate as well as shop, drop-off for quality gently used products begins Saturday, June 18 at 9 a.m. and runs Monday through Saturday—excluding sale days—until July 15. Book donations close July 2. Donation receipts are available.
The sale continues on July 5, 9, 12, 14, 16 and 19. See the website – morrowchurch.org/turnoversale/ – for a detailed list of sales hours and for a full list of acceptable donations.
Locally, proceeds are donated to the Achieve Foundation, Cougar Cares, Family Promise, MEND, Isaiah House, Clara Maas Safe House, Platinum Minds, South Mountain YMCA, South Orange Rescue Squad and Morrow Youth Programs and children. Overall, proceeds from the sale support the United Methodist Committee on Relief – which, among other things, is providing food to Ukrainian refugees this year; a health clinic in Haiti and a primary school in Sierra Leone.
As always, Morrow United Women in Faith, which is coordinating the sale and sees its mission as spreading love and justice across the world, is grateful for the support of the SOMa community. This year, the national branch of United Women in Faith is focusing on environmental issues and reducing the school-to-prison pipeline. The women of Morrow also hope to contribute to organizations fighting for these causes with a portion of the proceeds from this year’s sale.