First Annual Kids Consignment Event in Green Bay

Mark your calendars! There is a new organization in town that is going to be hosting its first kids consignment event in the Green Bay area this summer! The organization is called GOIN’ GA GA 4 KIDZ  and they will be hosting a 3-day seasonal consignment event twice a year–one for fall/winter and one for spring/summer–at a local venue.

The first event will be the “Fall Consignment Sale” and will take place August 17th-20th at First Congregational UCC in De Pere.

GOIN’ GA GA 4 KIDZ was started by Rhonda Chandler, who moved to Green Bay with her family last year. They moved here from Charlotte, North Carolina where consigning and consignment sales are very popular. Rhonda has a passion for helping people and consigning and always had a desire to start her own consignment business, so it seemed like the perfect opportunity to bring this great service to Green Bay and fulfill her dream.

If you are new to consigning, here is everything you need to know:

What is a Consignment Sale? A consignment sale is an opportunity to sell your children’s gently used and outgrown clothes, toys, shoes, etc. and make some extra cash! It is also a chance to SHOP and buy these same types of items at a reasonable price.

How does the Sale work? Consignors (Sellers) register online at or myconsignmentmanager. There is a $7 non-refundable fee to participate. Once you are registered you will receive a confirmation email and be assigned a consignor number. This number will track all items sold. Then you can create tags for your clothing/toys etc. There are also opportunities for vendors and volunteers to sign up.

Is there a fee to shop when the sale opens? There is no admission cost on the day(s) of the sale.

What are the hours of the sale?
Thursday, August 18: 8-10AM (Pre-sale shopping for consignors, volunteers and individuals who bring a new item to donate to the Service League Back to School Store Event)
Thursday, August 18: 10AM-6PM
Friday, August 19: 8AM-6PM
Saturday, August 20: 8AM-1PM

What items do you accept?
(NOTE: This is only a PARTIAL list of acceptable items to give you some ideas for cleaning out your closets! The list below applies to the Fall Sale only. If you have any questions about an item, please email

  • Fall/Winter Children’s Clothing sizes newborn to teen. Must be applicable to the upcoming season!
  • Fall/Winter Children’s Shoes (i.e. boots, sneakers etc.)
  • Halloween Costumes
  • Nursing/Feeding supplies, diaper bags, blankets, etc. (NO USED NIPPLES OR PACIFIERS PLEASE)
  • Nursery needs: diapers (cloth diapers are in high demand), diaper pails, potty chairs, bath seats, guardrails, etc.
  • Hats, hairbows, belts/ties, etc.
  • Gloves, mittens and scarves
  • Picture frames, mobiles, rugs, lamps & more – MUST be infant/child themed
  • Bedding sets, sheets, mattress pads, pillows, etc.
  • Toys, Books, Puzzles, Home School Materials, Videos. All items must be in good, working condition WITH working batteries and including ALL pieces; no broken or recalled items and no videos without covers. Please make sure videos and covers match. Please be sure that CD’s/DVD’s are not scratched. No R-rated or home-recorded videos.
  • Sports equipment (i.e. football, hockey, ice skates, rollerskates etc.)
  • Swings, bouncers, jumparoos, high chairs, bumbos, changing tables, bassinets, cribs, co sleepers

When can I drop off my items? Consignor drop-off is August 17th 3-5pm @ First Congregational UCC 1018 Cedar St in De Pere.

When do I pick up my unsold items? Unsold items can be picked up on August 20th from 3-5pm at the same location.

What are the benefits of Consigning, Volunteering or being a Vendor? You get to shop early at the pre-sale and have first dibs on items!

How much money will I make from my sales? Consignors receive 70% of their proceeds.

When will I receive my check/payment? Consignors receive payment two weeks after the sale.

What if I don’t want my unsold items? GOIN GA GA 4 KIDZ will donate to a local charity.

Volunteers are also needed to make this sale a success!
If you are interested in volunteering, here are some of the things you could do: 
1. Help set-up the racks and tables, assist in floor design.
2. Meet and greet our consignors at check-in.
3. Help set up displays by putting out merchandise for sale.
4. Assist with inspecting items at check-in for quality standards.
5. Provide assistance to shoppers during the sale.
6. Keep the display floor organized and looking great.
7. Sort items at the conclusion of the sale.
8. Help breaking everything down.
9. Have fun and make some new friends!
If you are interested in volunteering, you can contact Rhonda at!

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