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Have a Bring Back the Wild garage sale!

Do you have old toys lying around your home that you aren’t sure what to do with? You can use them to raise donations for your Bring back the Wild campaign by hosting a garage sale!


Ask a parent to help you collect used items from around your home – don’t collect anything that you don’t have permission to sell. Next, pick a day for your garage sale and let people know when and where it’s happening by going out with an adult and putting up posters around your neighbourhood. When the big day comes, put all the items you’re planning to sell on display and make sure the prices are clearly marked. When you’re done, you’ll have decluttered your house while raising money for animals in need!


  • Look at the forecast and try to pick a day with good weather for your garage sale. Weekends are a popular time for garage sales so you might want to try a Saturday or Sunday morning!
  • Write the prices out neatly and tape the price tags on or close to your items.
  • Make sure you have lots of coins and small bills available so you can easily make change for your shoppers.
  • Put out a donation box to see if people are willing to donate anything extra.




  1. GIRLrainbow says:

    Thank you so much earth rangers im do happy that im going to make money for animals!


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  3. Beesavers5 says:

    thats a cool idea


  4. Cassiusk says:

    That’s cool


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  6. Earth-Girl10 says:

    I just had one today! Cool!


  7. sparkle5650 says:

    I raised 11 dollars by doing a garage sale with my friends!


  8. Ellie2015 says:

    I am doing a garage saile


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  10. sammig27 says:

    Awesome I will do this


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