Oxfam is a development, advocacy, and relief agency working to put an end to poverty worldwide. In partnership with local groups, they work with poor people to help them help themselves. The Oxfam shops sell second-hand clothes, books and bric-a-brac as well as trade fair goods to help raise money for the charity.
The British Heart Foundation are charity shops selling second hand clothes, books and bric-a-brac items. They warmly accept donations of clothes or other goods which they sell in their shop. All money raised is put towards researching into heart disease. The heart information line can be found on 0845 070 8070.
Sue Ryder Care is a charity shop that sells second-hand clothes, books and bric-a-brac items. Donations are welcome.
Cancer Research UK is a charity which raises money for cancer research. The company was formed as a result of the merger between The Cancer Research Campaign and Imperial Cancer Research Fund. Their chain of charity shops sell second hand items such as clothes, books and records to raise money. They will accept any donations provided they are in saleable condition.
The British Heart Foundation Furniture & Electrical are charity shops that specialise in second hand furniture and electrical goods. They warmly accept donations of goods which they sell in their shop. All money raised is put towards researching into heart disease. The heart information line can be found on 08450 708070.
Save The Children sell a wide range of donated clothes, household goods and bric-a-brac items to raise money for children’s charities. They also sell a selection of brand new items.
Rennie Grove Hospice Care provide 24 hour responsive hospice at home services plus support for patients and families in Herts & Bucks. They have charity shops on the high street carrying out vital fundraising.