Donations Sought for NCL Rummage Sale

Landry’s owner Paul Roberts donated excess sports merchandise to TT Olivia Lam last year.

Sellebration, a major fundraising and community outreach event, will come to Glendale’s Pacific Community Center this fall but members of the National Charity League, Inc., Glendale Chapter are already hard at work now to ensure its success. In addition to the donations of the Chapter’s 140 families, mothers and their daughters hit the streets of Glendale, La Cañada, La Crescenta and Montrose to garner donations from local businesses anxious to renew or begin their support of the NCL, Inc., Chapter.

“High quality goods at rock bottom prices” is the theme to make clothing, electronics, house wares, toys and more available to lower income families in the Glendale and surrounding areas.

“Sellebration is often the only time many customers have a chance to buy new items so those are a priority,” said Tracie Heileson, co-chair of the event.

Proceeds from Sellebration provide financial assistance to seniors living at 12 Oaks Retirement Lodge in La Crescenta and fund special projects for NCL Glendale’s 17 other local charities. The Sellebration rummage sale is just one of the efforts for the Chapter.

To donate new items, merchants can contact NCL, Inc., Glendale at

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