Join Us at Uhuru Flea Market Outreach - JUNE

This is a past event

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Clark Park, 43rd and Chester

4300 Chester Avenue · Philadelphia, pa

How to find us

Our space is usually right on 43rd Street, about half a block south of Chester Ave.

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Details

CALL MARIANNE AT[masked] if you can'f find us, but our space is usually the numbered space 52 or 53 (chalked on the sidewalk the day of the event).

Uhuru Flea Market (Clark Park, West Philly) is back again this year and we'll be there to spread the animal liberation message (as well as raise a few dollars for our expenses. Some of our expenses include supplies for things like leaflets (for our specific campaigns), buttons, signage, and so on. It's not a lot of money, but it adds up. At the flea market, we usually net anywhere from $30 to $80 (after paying $70 for our space), and anything extra we make is donated to animal sanctuaries like https://www.facebook.com/SkylandsSanctuary.org/
Last month (May) we donated $30.56 to Chenoa Manor!

***PLEASE RSVP HERE IF YOU CAN DEFINITELY COMMIT TO AT LEAST ONE HOUR.***

We will be setting up between 8 am and 9 am and selling from our space from 9 am to 5 pm, and starting to pack up around 5 pm. Please include the hours you are committing to in the comments or send an email to [masked]

PARKING: You can usually find free street parking near the flea market (43rd and Chester) although you may have to walk a block or two. Our space is usually on 43rd Street, south of Chester.

This is a really fun event. In addition to selling items, we have a table with animal liberation information, which has generated some fantastic discussions. A wonderful farmers market is also in Clark Park, right next to where we set up. Don't miss it!

For more information about the Uhuru Flea Market, please click here.

http://uhurufleamarket.blogspot.com/

We could use more donations - please, try to contribute things that will sell, NOT junk like your old cassette tape player and your homemade tapes. Suggested items include tools, sports stuff, furniture, toys, cds, dvds, small electronics, office equipment, kitchenware, new or gently used linens, JEWELRY (always a good seller) and unique collectors items (ornaments, etc). Books are generally not a great donation unless they are brand new and recently published. THANKS everyone who contributed items for our flea market sales in the past! NOTE: donations are NOT a requirement to volunteer. This event was set up for people to volunteer the day of the flea market. Donations are always welcome, however! :)

****** New or nearly new clothing is accepted, but please no other donations of clothing ******