The Hub Partners with Neat Repeatz to Support Young Parents


Neat Repeatz to Hold Diaper Drive for Young Parents at The Hub

 Neat Repeatz Children’s Consignment Sale is teaming up with The Hub: Central Access Point for Young Adults to collect diapers and raise funds for The Hub, that provides education, employment and empowerment to youth in transition (ages 16-24). The drive will occur during Neat Repeatz’s semi-annual sale April 16th through 19th at 700 North Cotner in Lincoln. More information can be found at

The public can also participate by adding a monetary donation to The Hub to their total during check-out when they shop the Spring 2015 Neat Repeatz sale. Neat Repeatz will match the total raised by shoppers up to $1,000. The sale features spring and summer gently-used children’s, infants and maternity clothes, furniture and toys consigned by local parents. Thousands of shoppers will make their way through the more than 55,000 items, all inspected and organized.

Every season, Neat Repeatz chooses a nonprofit to support.  “We believe that every teen and young adult deserves a chance to succeed,” said Neat Repeatz owner, Heather Brundieck.  “By helping to provide diapers, we are helping young parents do the best for their families.”

“We are excited to partner with Neat Repeatz to collect diapers for the young parents that come to The Hub,” said Nola Derby-Bennett, Executive Director of The Hub. “Youth are empowered to further their education and prepare for employment when they know that the community is supportive of them.

Neat Repeatz Children’s Consignment Sale was created by a Lincoln mom for families in Lincoln and the surrounding communities. Every fall and spring, hundreds of local parents consign their outgrown children’s clothing, furniture, toys and maternity items with Neat Repeatz and thousands of shoppers enjoy great deals on gently-used brand name, in-season items. Every season, hundreds of unsold items are donated to Lincoln charities. Learn more at