Shopper FAQ

Q. Are children and strollers allowed at CCC MOPS Sale?
A. Yes!  Yes!  Yes!  We are all mothers organizing this sale, so we allow children and strollers during all days of our sale.  The sales floor is very busy during peak hours so plan accordingly.

Q. This is my first time shopping a consignment sale.  How can I prepare for the experience?
A.  Bring a large IKEA bag or you could use a laundry basket with a rope attached.  It's a good idea to go through closets before you shop so that you know exactly what you are looking for. 

Q. Is there a fee to shop CCC MOPS Children's Consignment Sale?
A. Never.  Anyone is welcome to shop our sale on Friday and Saturday. 

Q. Can I try items on my children?
A. No, you can not try items on your children.  We do not offer facilities for trying items on and we ask that you do not open any bags while shopping with us. 

Q. How can I shop early?
A.  Great question!  If you are interested in shopping before the sale is open to the public, you can volunteer or sell items of your own and be eligible for our special Presale on Thursday night or our new VIP pre-sale Thursday morning!  Check out our volunteer page or seller page for more information!

Q. What payment methods are accepted?
A. We currently accept cash, check, and credit cards!  Debit cards, even with a MC/Visa logo, are not accepted.

Q. What is MOPS?
A. MOPS is an International Organization and it's short for Mothers of Preschoolers. We are a ministry to support moms with young children.  We meet twice a month from August through May to help moms feel connected to others and to give them some well-deserved mommy time.  

Q. What do the proceeds from this sale support?
A. The proceeds from this sale go to support our MOPS meetings throughout the year (childcare and other efforts), local moms, sponsorship of children in Kenya through Cumberland Community Church's Beat The Drum Effort as well as to MOPS International to help fund new MOPS groups internationally.