USPCA Charity Store
The USPCA announces that it is opening its first ever Charity Store in Banbridge Co Down.
The Charity is appealing for volunteers to join their retail team at the store which will be located on Newry Street, Banbridge.
The USPCA charity store will sell everything from clothes and accessories to books and household items. The store will be a major part of the charity’s fundraising strategy and proceeds will be vital to the work it does for animals in Northern Ireland.
Brendan Mullan Chief Executive stated “We are excited to be opening our first charity store in Banbridge, working with and for the people who live in the area.
We would really appreciate local support, by either, donating a little of your spare time, pre-loved clothes, quality goods, books or good condition household items. We would love to hear from anyone who is interested in volunteering or making a donation”
As a charity shop volunteer, you could be serving customers, dressing window displays, or getting stock ready behind the scene. It is a great way of meeting new people, making new friends, and for a lot of our volunteers it is a great way of learning and improving key skills.
If you think you can spare any time at all, from a few hours to a few days a week, please do get in touch – we’d love to hear from you.” Tel: 028 3025 1000 email: email@example.com
With Spring arriving, now is the time for a good clear out. And the brand new USPCA charity store is the ‘purr-fect’ place for your unwanted items.
We will pride ourselves on offering new and used goods in good condition which are kindly donated by members of the public and which we are able to sell at very competitive prices.
We welcome donations of:
- Ladies, Men’s and children’s clothing
- Jewellery, watches
- Bags – handbags, casual bags etc.
- furniture e.g. Sofa’s, dinning room tables, coffee table, nest of tables, stools, TV stand, small chairs etc
- Pictures & Canvas
- Ornaments, vases, figurines, pottery, glassware
- DVD’s and CD’s
- Arts and Crafts
- General household