What is Hope Day
Because helping others in need is what drives us at ReRuns, we're always looking for opportunities to step up our giving; and because getting in early to shop our sale is a big deal to our customers, we offer another early shopping opportunity for them to do just that.
To shop on Hope Day (2 days before we open to the public), you simply donate a minimum of $10 to our selected charity. Donate a minimum of $10 (you are welcome to donate more) and you will receive one shopping pass.
If you want multiple shopping passes, you do have to make separate donations, using different email addresses.
But that's not big enough for us...ReRuns will MATCH YOUR DONATION! So, $10 becomes $20….$100 becomes $200….up to $15,000. Now that's BIG!
Are Children allowed on this pre-sale shopping day? Children under the age of 3 years will be admitted on your shopping pass, for free. Children 3 years and older must have a minimum donation of $10 made for them to be admitted. For example: Children over 3 yrs accompanying their parents do not need a separate pass, a $30 donation on one pass will admit an adult and two children. (Obviously, little ones do not have their own email address)
How to Hope This sale we are partnering with several fantastic local charitable organizations.
To get your early shopping pass, simply register now and make your donation to Goodfellows through our web site. Each shopping pass is tied to one email address entered when registering. If you need multiple passes for adults, please have each person register with their own email address.
You can make your donation on line when you register or donate at the door. We highly recommend donating on line. Pre-donated shoppers will be admitted first and quickly. The process for donating at the door may be slower and you can be waiting in line. You do need to register on line even if you are paying at the door.
Goodfellows assistance is diverse. They provide year-round assistance to families with one-time urgent needs that cannot be met by other public or private assistance. Also, in partnership with Holy Family Door Ministry & OPS's Project Help program, Goodfellows provides funding for clothing, shoes & coats for thousands of underprivileged children right here in the Heartland.
An estimated 300+ youth are homeless every night in Omaha. Youth Emergency Services is the only nonprofit in Omaha with the sole focus of helping homeless and at-risk youth get back on their feet and become self-sufficient. YES offers Street Outreach, an Emergency Shelter, Transitional Living, a Maternity Home as well as Mentoring.
"The Hope Center for Kids strives to faithfully inspire hope in children through education, employ-ability, collaboration and faith."
When Is Hope Day
Wednesday, Sept. 30th 11:00am - 7:00pm