ALIVE! House Sidewalk Sale

Saturday, June 19* from 10 AM – 3 PM on S. Payne Street (between Commerce Street & Prince Street). Get the event FLYER.

*rain date Sunday, June 20

Proceeds benefit ALIVE! House and Friends of Guest House transitional shelters.

In partnership with Goodies Frozen Custard & Treats.

Donation Drop-Off Day

Saturday, June 5 from 10 AM – 12 PM at Fairlington United Methodist Church (3900 King Street) parking lot upper parking lot Menokin Drive entrance off King Street. Get the event FLYER.

Do not leave any donations at Fairlington United Methodist Church outside of the collection hours.

Donate items from the List of Accepted Donations to be sold at the ALIVE! House Sidewalk Sale. 

Accepted Donations

Donated items must be in good condition, gently used. No books.

  • Clothing and shoes all sizes
  • Decorative home furnishing i.e., artwork, pottery
  • Full sets of dishes and linens
  • Jewelry
  • Children’s games and toys in clean condition with all their parts
  • Small furniture pieces i.e., coffee table, end table
  • Sporting goods in safe condition

Volunteers Needed

Volunteers Needed for Donation Drop-off Day and Sidewalk Sale event days and sorting/pricing donated items. Click the links below to sign up online.
Sidewalk Sale Donation Day
Sidewalk Sale Sorting and Pricing
Sidewalk Sale

Please follow current CDC guidelines. Do not come if you feel sick.

About ALIVE! House

ALIVE! House provides temporary housing for women and families in emergency and transitional situations. Its mission is to help residents recognize their own distinctive interests, strengths, and skills, and to assist them in achieving their goals of housing and stability. Established in 1972, ALIVE! House is the oldest continuously operating shelter for women in the Commonwealth of Virginia. ALIVE! House website.

About Friends of Guest House

Friends of Guest House helps women successfully reenter the community from incarceration. Since 1974, Guest House has helped more than 4,000 women break the vicious cycle of incarceration, reunite with their families, and reintegrate into their communities. Friends of Guest House website.