Your Turn Consignment provides a positive selling & shopping experience while encouraging community building & compassion for local charities.
Your Turn Consignment holds semi-annual, pop-up consignment sales focusing on baby & kids. Consignors log their items online and tag them, then drop them off a few days before the sale is open to the public. For more detailed descriptions click here. All items are organized in “departments” like a big box store to make shopping easier. Make a list when shopping so you don’t forget anything!
This year’s sale is benefitting Murray Ridge Center, which provides lifelong services for Lorain County citizens with developmental disabilities. A portion of the net proceeds of this sale will be donated to the ongoing programs at Murray Ridge for babies through adults. Your Turn’s consignors have the option of donating any unsold items to charities. While their priority is to sell as many items as possible, inevitably, items will be left on the sales floor. Last fall, consignors donated 35 totes full of clothes, shoes, books, and winter items to organizations such as Birthright of Lorain County, and Mercy Hospital Mothers’ Resource Center. These donations are tax-deductible and consignors receive a report to include with their taxes.
There will also be two opportunities to shop early for the best selection while giving back to additional local charities.
4/27 – early bird hours: 8-9am – Must bring 2 cans of dog food or donate $5 for entry. All proceeds benefit Oasis Animal Shelter in Oberlin.
4/28 – early bird hours: 8-9am – Must bring 3 shelf stable food items or donate $5 for entry. All proceeds benefit Avon/Avon Lake Community Resources Service.
For a list of Frequently Asked Question, visit: yourturnconsignment.com/about-your-turn-consignment
From owner Bridget Boardman:
“It is such a pleasure to bring a new shopping & selling experience to Lorain County! I grew up here on the shores of Lake Erie & never thought I would take the chance to move back. I married a graduate from the Naval Academy & spent most of my time chasing after our kids & changing addresses but when retirement was on the horizon, we began looking to move closer to family & Northeast Ohio called me back home. I had participated in similar consignment events down South. One in particular made quite an impression on me. Not only was I able to make over $300 selling items but working the sale connected me with more people in the community & gave me the idea to one day create a sale of my own. It took almost 14 years but it is finally my turn to start this business. Being of service to others inspires me & is the reason I chose to seek out local charities that will benefit from the consignors’ donated goods after the sale. Selling gently used items in a collective location helps people save money & time while also delaying excessive landfill dumping. Plus, who doesn’t like a quality bargain? Let’s do some good today!”
Join Your Turn Consignment for their next sale April 26-30.