November 8, 2013
Updated Nov 8, 2013 at 7:15 AM EDT
There is a consignment sale with thousands of items at a fraction of the cost, just in time for the holidays.
“Bella Kids is a three day consignment event. We call it an event because it only lasts for three days and it's a great opportunities for growing families to sell items to make a profit or buy items at discounted prices over 33,000 of them,” Founder Kristi Mora said.
Jennifer Zawadzki is a mother of four, a consigner and a volunteer at Bella Kids.
“I consign to be able to make a little extra money and help families who don't want to pay full price for something your child is only going to wear for six months maybe a year,” Zawadski said.
Kristi Mora is the found of Bella Kids. She talks about how the prices compare to the big box stores.
“I happen to take a look at the big ticket items like the V-Tech toddler tables that are selling for $44 at Toys R' Us this weekend. You can see 50 of them here at Bella Kids and they go for $6.50 to $9.50,” Mora said.
Zawadski said they have everything from scarves and hats to big ticket items.
“To be able to come to Bella kids and get a bike your child can open for Christmas that cost $20 that would usually cost $80. You can get more with buying it gently use and by gently used your child will never know that it is used,” Zawadski said.
The event not only helps the buyers and the sellers. Mora picks an organization in need.
“This time around we've chose Harvest House who does great work in their children and baby ministry. We've chosen to fund raise and ask our shoppers to donate and Bella Kids will match the donation and hopefully giving Harvest House a big check to help the 5800 children they help annually,” Mora said.
On Sunday there is a 50 percent off sale for consumers but what's left over also goes to a good cause.
“We can chose to donate the stuff that doesn't sell and it goes to a wonderful place,” Zawadski said.
Bella kids is a great place to help make all your kids holiday dreams come true without breaking the bank...