Charity Retail News Round-Up – Week Commencing 14.3.22
Each week we share with you our pick of the best stories on charity retail, shopping secondhand and the circular economy from the UK, Ireland and around the world.
Here’s our pick from the past 7 days:
News from Oxfam on their ecommerce and retail strategies
Oxfam is overhauling its retail operations in a bid to reach more online customers and supporters around the world.
Barnardo’s second superstore opens in Bradford
A different kind of charity retail
We were delighted to see our friends at Age UK Sheffield open their cafe in Hillsborough Park in Sheffield this week after many years planning and working on it. We wish them every success in their new venture.
Plans to restrict disposal of unsold goods in Scotland
This proposed ban from the Scottish Government on disposing of unsold, durable goods could mean charity retailers benefit from new stock sources.
Raising money, delivering services
This new shop from Lotus Sanctuary shows how charity shops can be so much more than a shopping experience
ForSight open their first store in Omagh, Northern Ireland today. ForSight are the sister organisation of NCBI who already operate over 130 shops in the Republic of Ireland.
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