United Methodist Women

Rummage Sale

Rummage 2021 FURNITURE/LAMPS ONLY!

Leawood Campus at 13720 Roe 66224

Drop off July 11 & 12

Shop July 15 & 16

Volunteer Shifts Available

Adult and Youth shifts available each day, Sunday July 11 through Saturday July 17.
Youths earn community service hours.
Sorry, no early volunteer shopping — this year it is “early preview” instead!

REGISTER

    Donations:

We ARE accepting living room, dining room, bedroom, outdoor furniture and lamps. All items must be in good condition.

We are NOT accepting broken/damaged/stained items, large entertainment centers, rugs, sleeper sofas, large metal/office desks, filing cabinets, fans/chandeliers, mirrors, baby beds.

Select from the choices below the best way for you to donate your furniture.

  Reserve Pick Up

  • click to REGISTER
  • dates of pick up: July 11 – 14
  • within 10 miles of church
  • limited timeslots available

  Curbside Drop Off

  • Sunday, July 11, 2 pm – 7 pm
  • Monday, July 12, 8 am – 7 pm
  • enter from 137th & Nall or Roe
  • volunteers will help unload

  Hire Pick Up with Bungii

  • visit https://bungii.com
  • like Uber with pickup trucks
  • Bungii loads/drops off furniture
  • COR2021 code for 10% off

We are excited about our furniture only sale! It allows for safety protocol, gives opportunity to “move on” some pieces from your home to someone else’s, and offers great pricing for updating your living room, dining room, bedroom or outdoor space. — Rummage Team

Shop Thursday, July 15 or Friday, July 16 from 9 am – 6 pm

Building B, Leawood Campus, 13720 Roe Ave 66224
Park in “B” or “C” lots
Enter East Doors
Exit/Load South Doors
Remain in car until 9 am
Social distance, mask required
Must be able to transport your purchase

Proceeds support sustainable ministries benefiting women, children and youth both locally and globally.

Grant Recipients 2019

Rummage 2019 was a great success raising over $111,000! Proceeds support sustainable ministries benefiting women, children and youth both locally and globally. A portion of funds raised through the annual UMW Rummage Sale are dispersed through grants awarded by the Board of United Methodist Women of The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection.
Kansas
  • Avenue of Life, KC, KS — fund Impact KCK program which provides wraparound case management for families in Wyandotte County and Avenue Youth House for homeless youth
  • Brothers in Blue Re-Entry, Lansing, KS — curriculum books and classroom materials for the women of Topeka Correctional Facility as a part of the Path to Freedom faith-based re-entry program
  • Heartland Therapeutic Riding, Bucyrus, KS — financial assistance for tuition at therapeutic riding, hippotherapy, and interactive vaulting classes for children, youth and adults with special needs
  • Inclusion Connections, Olathe, KS — provide funds to off-set expenses associated with transportation of clients who are working paid, part-time jobs
  • Ministry to Incarcerated Families, Topeka, KS — supplies for parenting class participants and facilitators at the Topeka Correctional Facility
  • New Creation, Olathe, KS — off-set expenses for transportation to job interviews, 12-step program meetings and church following time in prison, rehab facilities and homelessness
  • Pharmacy of Grace, Olathe, KS — access to donated pharmaceuticals for uninsured and underinsured women and children
  • Young Women on the Move, KC, KS — purchase an exhaust hood and fire suppression system for the Culinary Center, serving as a site for Harvesters’ Kids Cafe food service and educational programs
Missouri
  • Amethyst Place in KC, MO — off-set the cost of meals for women and children during a Family Self-Sufficiency Program, a vital part of female residents’ healing process
  • Flourish Furnishings, Grandview, MO — purchase 4-drawer dresser kits, dressers are rarely donated and is their most requested item
  • Grace United Community Ministries, KC, MO — fund a security system at Grace campus, as well as Chromebooks, Kindle tablets with cases and headphones for use by pre-K through 6th grade students
  • Healing House, KC, MO — purchase a refrigerator, washer and dryer, highchairs, pack and plays and other items for use by mothers and babies
  • Jackson County Court Appointed Special Advocates, KC, MO — off-set transportation expenses for older youth in foster care to attend monthly Life Skills Workshops
  • Kansas City Community Gardens, KC, MO — purchase seeds, plants, materials and technical support for select community gardens serving women transitioning after prison, homelessness, pregnancy, addiction or psychiatric care
  • Marian Hope, Independence, MO — purchase iPads with cases, laptops, learning apps and tools and headphones for children with special needs to use as communication tools and enhanced learning
  • Migrant Farmworkers Assistance Fund — support college assistance and mentoring, Parents As Teachers and Head Start support services, and community building through the Women’s Group and Girls’ Group programs
National
  • Iglesia Metodista Samuel Culpeper, Hatillo, Puerto Rico — musical instruments and air conditioning for the very first musical classroom in a pulic school in Puerto Rico providing a healthy outlet for students
International
  • Bwafwano Care Providers, Kitwe, Zambia — fund classes for survival skills and literacy for youth and women with special needs; support care givers farm crops to sustain participants
  • Grassroots – From the People, For the People (Angel House), Tanzania, East Africa — two scholarships for students pursuing medical studies who are being sponsored for post-secondary education through Angel House Orphanage
  • J.P. Schools, Kitwe, Zambia — purchase multi-purpose printer for exams and assignments, upgrade existing equipment for supplying an dstoring clean water for vulnerable and underprivileged students
  • Pothawira International, Malawi — portable diagnostic ultrasound probe for birthing center located in the Salima District
  • Uganda Counseling and Support Services, Bulike, Uganda — renovate and ventilate a tailoring room to accommodate more students, additional sewing machines, sewing kits, furniture, training materials and fabric

Contact Michelle.Funk@cor.org for more information.