WeeHelper FAQs


General Questions

Why does WeeUsables need WeeHelpers?

We could never pull off this huge, community event in such a short timeframe without the help of our staff and WeeHelpers.  Having everyone working together builds a sense of community to have the sale run smoothly and thereby helping all consignors.

Who can be a WeeHelper?

WeeHelper shifts are available to any consignor participating in the event in that location/season. To be considered a “participating” consignor, the registered seller must have entered and dropped of the a minimum of 25 items to be sold (EOC have a min of 10 items). Consignors may sign up for 1 or up to 6 WeeHelper shifts.

Do I have to consign in order to become a WeeHelper?

YES. There are no exceptions.

Do consignors have to be WeeHelpers?

No, consignors are not required to help at the event, but why miss all the benefits?  Have fun, meet other parents, shop first, get the best deals & earn more!

I am pregnant, nursing or have other physical limitations. Can I still be a WeeHelper?

Please contact us by email ASAP and we will do our best to accommodate your needs. Seated and “low impact” spots are limited and may require a WeeHelper to move to another day/time.  We can provide an opportunity for a nursing mom to either nurse or pump and will ask you to add this time to the end of your shift so you still help 3 hours total.



How much can WeeHelpers earn?

Consignors may earn between 65-80% of their sales.

Can every consignor earn more than 65%?

Earning more than 65% is limited to the availability of WeeHelper shifts, and is not guaranteed. Additional shifts will not be added to the schedule to ensure a consignor reaches a pre-determined earnings %. “I want to earn 100% so I need another shift or to add time to a shift”.

Can a friend, sister, neighbor, parent help and increase a consignor’s earnings?

For liability reasons, only a legal spouse may help and increase a consignor’s earnings.


Sign Up & Shifts

When do WeeHelpers sign up?

The WeeHelper schedule is posted online, a few months before the event and is accessible to consignors who have paid their registration fee. Once the schedule is up, consignors may see open shifts and select 1 or up to 6 shifts max.

Are WeeHelper shifts available to any consignor who wants to help?

The WeeHelper schedule is posted and shifts are available on a first come, first served basis only.

What types of WeeHelper shifts are available?

We have a variety of spots available at a WeeUsables event such as:

  • Room Team: Straighten & organize sales floor and assist shoppers during the sale.  Could involve heavy lifting.
  • Hold Team: Assist shoppers in holding & organizing large items in the HOLD AREA.  Requires heavy lifting.  No expectant mothers please.
  • Runner: Return unwanted merchandise & shopping baskets to the sales floor.
  • Bagger: Help count & bag purchased items.  Also, must be very friendly and interact with customers.
  • Registration: Check in consignors during drop off hours. (May be a seated position)
  • Greeter: Welcome shoppers to the sale – must be outgoing & friendly.(May be a seated position)
  • Quality Team Members: Check for unacceptable and recalled items dropped off at consignor registration.
  • Line Helper: Help move the check out line move quickly by directing shoppers to open cashiers.  Must be friendly & loud/able to be heard throughout the checkout area.

How long is a WeeHelper shift?

Each shift is 3 hours long.

Can I help back to back shifts and what if I want a break?

When selecting multiple shifts on the same day, do not overlap times (i.e. 8-11am and 10:30am- 1:30 pm). AND If you’d like an extended break to shop or eat, please allow a gap between shifts.

How could I sign up my husband or wife to help?

First, in order to have a spouse help, the registered consignor must change their first name to include the spouse in their Wee account. i.e. “Pat and Jan”. Then, just select available shifts on the schedule, up to 6 max.

Can we both help at the same time?

Yes, but there must be 2 shifts available. First sign up for 1 shift, then immediately email us and provide the open shift day & time. We will need to add the 2nd person manually since the software will not allow a consignor to sign up for 2 overlapping shifts. Please do not bring a spouse to allow helping on a shift, if you are not both scheduled.


At the Event

What should I wear for a WeeHelper shift?

Please wear a white, blue, or green shirt to help shoppers identify our staff. You will be given an apron or badge to wear. “Wee Tees” are available for purchase but not required.

When should I arrive to help?

Please arrive 5-10 minutes before the scheduled time to sign in and receive instructions.

Will I be doing the shift / work for which I signed up?

Our needs may change during the event and a WeeHelper may be moved to alternative spot. Please be flexible.

What if I can’t make a shift I for which I signed up?

You may add and drop shifts online up until the “window” is closed, usually the weekend before the event. If you need to cancel after this point or less than 24 hours prior to the shift, you must email us at info@weeusablesevent.com AND call 717-495-2855. No Facebook posts or FB messages will be accepted. Exceptions may be made at the discretion of WeeUsables ONLY if these steps have been taken. Consignors will be charged $25 for every no-show shift and unable to participate for 1 year.

Can I bring my kids with me to my WeeHelper shift?

WeeHelpers are NOT permitted to bring children, including “worn” infants to their scheduled shift.


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