Charity Retail News Round-Up – Week Commencing 16.05.22
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.
We’re also now going to add links to relevant Charity Retail Learning courses associated with each article to help you implement some of the ideas we’re sharing
Here’s our pick from the past 7 days
Silly Wednesday: The slow made to order fashion brand based in Bradford
Upcycling is on the up and this article shows one of the many ways people can reuse materials found in charity shops to create new and unique items. Projects like these provide an amazing opportunity to attract volunteers and make a profit off of old materials, as well as promote sustainable fashion
Charity to donate money from Lanarkshire shops to help disabled kids in Ukraine
Sense Scotland are leading a fantastic campaign in Lanarkshire to help Ukrainian children with learning difficulties during such a difficult time.
Best charity shops in London for designer buys
A helpful article giving the rundown of some of the best charity shops for designer fashion in London. Letting you know where you can get the best finds and also help out for important causes.
This article includes stores from Mary’s Living & Giving Shops with Save the Children, TRAID, Royal Trinity Hospice, Octavia Foundation, and FARA
YMCA charity shop in Park Mall, Ashford, to sell all items for £1 amid cost of living crisis
A great initiative by the YMCA to help those struggling with the cost of living crisis and attract customers to their stores, creating a sustainable and affordable environment for all.
‘Upmarket’ Cheshire charity shop reopens after two years offering designer label bargains
Another article involving designer fashion, this time from East Cheshire Hospice in Cheshire which has finally been able to reopen after a long 2 years due to the Covid pandemic. Excited to see life being breathed into the charity retail sector again.
What are your rights when you shop second-hand?
An important piece for all Charity Shoppers and Charity Retailers – detailing the rights consumers are entitled to and Retailers must provide. Including examples like our friends at Ebay and the British Heart Foundation.
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