Our 2019 Spring Sale is
(Coming soon, will announce on FB & email)
Hillsboro Area, OR
Thursday, April 11, 10am-8pm
Friday, April 12, 10am-8pm
Saturday, April 13, 10am-5pm
Sunday, April 14, 10am-5pm
On Sunday many items are half price!
Look for the word REDUCE on the tags.
What is a Consignment Sale?
PASS IT ON is a giant 5-day consignment event that happens twice a year, in the spring and fall, in Hillsboro, Oregon. We provide an opportunity for parents to buy and sell their gently used and new items their kids have outgrown or never used. You'll find baby, kid, junior, and maternity clothes, accessories, shoes, toys, books, games, furniture, equipment, and much more!
Hunting for bargains? This is the place!
Shop once and you'll be hooked! Thousands of good deals on things for kids of all ages. No more running all over town for a few good deals. We have it all right here!
Clean out your closets & turn clutter into cash!
Do you have baby clothes, furniture, and toys piled up in your garage? All you need to do is tag your items and drop them off at our building during Drop Off days!
Stop hosting garage sales where you sit around all day and people bargain down your already low prices. No more listing stuff online or driving around to sell one item at a time because you don't want strangers at your house or worse, waiting for people who don't even show up. Sell it all in one place at one time! Join our savvy seller community!
Make new friends while helping a good cause
PASS IT ON is entirely run by volunteers. The people who help you put items on hold, return your go backs, and ring you up at the checkout are all Consignors! You might be buying their stuff. We encourage every consignor to fill at least one volunteer shift and help run this sale. It's a fun way to make new friends while helping the community. So, right after you register to consign, grab a volunteer shift. We'd love to have you join our team!
Our next sale is coming up in October!
Get involved! Which one are you?
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