Bargain Bazaar opens Sydney Pop-Up

September 17, 2019 by Roz Tarszisz
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B’nai B’rith Sydney’s op shop, Bargain Bazaar, has opened a pop-up shop for used furniture in Surry Hills Shopping Village.

Robert Kohn

Across the road from the regular shop, the shopping centre is due for redevelopment next year. For now, the Bargain Bazaar’s large cache of donated furniture and decorative objects will have a home to showcase its wares.

“We obviously get a higher return for furniture than other items, so I expect we will have more to donate to both local and Jewish charities,” said manager Robert Kohn.

We are able to accept more items than we have in the past.

When people downsize and declutter, they like to donate good quality, superfluous items to us especially as we arrange to pick up of the goods.

At the same time, we will have more space for clothing, electrical goods and knick-knacks in our main store,” said Kohn.

The shops are staffed by volunteers and operate 6 days a week, Sunday-Friday.

To donate used items, contact:

Robert Kohn, Shop Manager and Director    0413 676 963


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