The Sale, a limited-time shopping extravaganza to benefit the Ronald McDonald House, has moved into a new location inside the former Irondequoit Mall.
Volunteers moved the Sale from its previous home in the Rochester Tech Park.
A treasure trove of new and gently used items were collected for the event, with so many donations coming in the organizers had to cut them off.
All of the items are sold to the public, with the proceeds going to support spaces that provide comfort to families of children receiving treatment, including the Westmoreland House and the House within the Hospital.
All Ronald McDonald facilities rely solely on donations, making The Sale a big event for the organization.
"There's something intangible about knowing you've done something good, for a change, for someone who will never know your name," said volunteer Michael Palermo. "That parent who walks into Ronald McDonald House at night and talks to someone doesn't have a clue who Mike Palermo is, but I know that I helped make their stay possible."
For people who have donated items or purchased a $25 ticket, access to The Sale starts November 14. For everyone else, doors will open on November 15.