Fall Fashion Event at Charity Resale Store in Berkley, Aug. 27, 2023!
Fall Showcase at Council Re|Sale Store in Berkley on Sun. Aug. 27 to Feature High End and Designer Fashion for the Fall Season at Bargain Prices.
Days leading up to event will include 75 percent off sale and a fill-a-bag sale for $25!
Council Re|Sale (3297 W. 12 Mile Road, Berkley, MI 48072) one of the oldest resale shops in metro Detroit, is holding its popular Fall Showcase on Sunday Aug. 27 from noon to 4 p.m. with a special $25 VIP early entry from 10 a.m. to noon.
Council Re | Sale, operated by
National Council of Jewish Women, Michigan (NCJW|MI), is known for carrying high-end clothing, including designer wear, jewelry, shoes, household items and other hidden treasures, all donated by the community. In the lead up to the fall fashion Sunday event, which has frequently seen lines of shoppers around the building, there will be 75 percent off the entire store on Aug. 21-22 and a $25 fill-a-bag sale (excluding home décor and jewelry) on Aug. 23.
The store will be closed Aug 24-26
to prepare for Fall Showcase. Shoppers interested in VIP Early Entry should pre-register with payment at the store or by calling 248.548.6664. For images of some of the new fall fashion merchandise for men and women click here.
“For metro Detroiters who love to look stylish, but are on a budget, our prices really let you look your best, often in top end brands and even designer items, but without the hefty price tag of some stores,” explained President of NCJW| MI, Sallyjo Levine. “Our generous clothing donors are often themselves extremely fashion-conscious and we are so blessed to be able to pass on the beautiful clothing they donate so that everyone can look their best going into the fall season.”
Some of the current brands in the store
include Stuart Weitzman, Silent D, Rag and Bone, Lilly Pulitzer, Kay Unger, Theory, Gucci, St. Croix, Ralph Lauren and countless more.
Proceeds raised at the store, which was originally opened in 1934 in Detroit, go towards the many community-service projects and social advocacy work which NCJW|MI, a 501 c3 organization, run to benefit local families.
Recent projects of the 132-year-old organization
include the Back 2 School Store which provides free clothing and school supplies to 900 Detroit children in need each year and another program which provides backpacks and school supplies to 900 homeless students in Oakland County schools and 450 children in need identified through Jewish Family Service.
Other initiatives include literacy outreach, fleece blankets for children in hospitals and in foster care, and Kosher Meals on Wheels. The organization is also at the forefront of voter advocacy and women’s reproductive rights, holding programs and educational initiatives to promote these issues.
Council Re|Sale hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday;
donations of clothing (not books currently) are accepted Monday through Saturday, excluding Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information on Council Re|Sale go to www.councilresale.net; for more information on National Council of Jewish Women, Michigan go to www.ncjwmi.org
About the National Council of Jewish Women, Michigan
Founded in 1891 and inspired by Jewish values, National Council of Jewish Women, Michigan has maintained a progressive stance on issues at the local, state and national levels. It is a grassroots organization of volunteers and advocates committed to social justice and a call for action, ‘Powerful Voices. Progressive Change’. The mission of supporters is to improve the quality of life for women, children, and families by safeguarding individual rights and freedoms.