LifeMission Kids Family Yard Sale
Dates Of Sale: Friday, April 17th, - 7am - 7pm
Saturday, April 18th - 7am - 2pm
Location: LifeMission Church, Family Life Center
All funds go towards funding LMK 2020 camp & scholarships along with overall improvements to LMK facilities.
When and where can you drop off items:
LifeMission Church Family Life Center - Olathe Campus
8am - 3pm - Friday, April 10th
8am - 6pm - Monday, April 13th
8am- 6pm - Tuesday, April 14th
8am-1pm - Wednesday, April 15th
8am- 6pm - Thursday, April 16th
Questions & Answers
I Have A Question About Donating Something
How Do I Sign Up To Help
Can Children Participate
What Forms Of Payment Are Available
When And Where Can I Drop Off Donations
What Does The Money Go Towards
What If It Rains
What Items Are Accepted & Not Accepted For Donation
Hats, mittens, scarves, ties, socks, purses, wallets, backpacks, bags
Clothing & shoes:
Electrical - Must be in working order:
Small electrical toasters, radios, power tools, irons, blenders, mixers, stereos, CD players, speakers, DVD players, table lamps, floor lamps, humidifiers, microwaves, televisions
Exercise & outdoor - Must be in working order:
Bicycles, golf accessories, garden tools, sports equipment, exercise equipment, sporting goods
Toys, games, puzzles, video games
Jewelry, crafts, mugs, candles, pictures/frames, baskets, ornaments, hand tools
Hardback and paperback books, magazines, records, tapes, CDs, videos, DVDs, computer software
All chairs, tables (dining, kitchen, coffee, end, computer, night stand, patio), dressers,
Bed/bath towels, sheets, blankets, pillows, curtains, tablecloths
Tires, mufflers, fenders, etc.
Beds & bedding parts:
Hide-a-beds, bunk beds, mattresses, box springs, waterbeds, coil springs, etc.
Torn, soiled or in need of repair
Batteries, paints, chemicals, cleaning products, poisons, any liquids, etc.
Car seats, cribs and related products
Note: accepting these items is restricted by law.
Refrigerators, dishwashers, furnaces, stoves, washing machines, etc.
Televisions & computer monitors:
Large televisions in cabinets, orCRT “tube” televisions and monitors.
Firearms, explosives, ammunition, flares, etc.
Swing sets, food, animals