From Friday 24th March - Sunday 30th April Charity Super.Mkt will open its doors for an exciting pop-up, bringing together charities and fashion in a unique first at The Oracle. Are you ready to take charity fashion to the next level? You can also donate as well as shop. Charity Super.Mkt will be accepting good quality clothing, shoes and accessories, (no homeware please). Make sure your donation is clean and ready to be sold. There is no limit to the number of items you can donate!
Charity Super.Mkt will be located next to H&M, on level 2.
Opening times: Monday - Friday 9.30am-8pm Saturday 9am-7pm Sunday 11pm-5pm
This curated collection of fashion and accessories offers a brand-new destination to shop with purpose, built on social and environmental good, and a place where customers can shop the best of charity retail all in one place. You can also bring items with you to donate. If you have any questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are the Charities contributing to Charity Super.Mkt:
Age UK Age UK is dedicated to helping everyone make the most of later life. They help over seven million older people a year by providing advice and support to those who need it most. Blue Cross Blue Cross is a national charity that has been helping sick, injured and homeless pets since 1897. Every month we help thousands of pets and their people by providing veterinary care, expert behaviour advice and find homeless pets loving families. Cats Protection Cats Protection is the UK’s largest feline welfare charity, helping thousands of cats every year through rehoming, neutering and improving people’s understanding of cats and their care. DEBRA DEBRA is the national charity supporting people with the painful genetic skin blistering condition epidermolysis bullosa (EB), also known as butterfly skin. We fund healthcare, community support, and research into treatments. Havens Hospices When there is no cure, Havens Hospices in Essex provides the care that's needed. Caring for babies, children and adults, we support the whole family throughout illness, death and bereavement. Helen and Douglas House Helen & Douglas House hospice improves the lives of local terminally ill children and their families living in the Thames Valley, providing vital respite and end-of-life care. Marie Curie Marie Curie is the UK’s leading end of life charity, providing expert nursing and hospice care and support across the UK, and fighting for a better world for everyone affected by all terminal illnesses. Shaw Trust At Shaw Trust, we help more than 300,000 people every year by delivering a diverse range of not-for-profit services focusing on care, education, work and wellbeing. We exist to help people facing disadvantage enjoy the best chance in life, to find a way into fulfilling work and to build a strong sense of personal wellbeing. Shelter With 80 charity shops across the UK, including over 20 in London, money raised helps to build a fairer housing system and defend the right to a safe home. Smart Works Smart Works Reading tackles a root cause of poverty by supporting unemployed women in Berkshire into work via our free job interview dressing and coaching service. Sue Ryder Sue Ryder supports people through the most difficult times of their lives. Whether that’s a terminal illness, the loss of a loved one or a neurological condition. Thames Hospice Thames Hospice is a local charity providing compassionate care and support to people facing a life-limiting illness, to have quality of life to the end of life. TRAID Iconic charity retailer TRAID has been dedicated to addressing the negative impacts of the fashion industry for the past 24 years. TRAID keeps clothes in use for longer, raising funds for global projects that support the people who make our clothes. Want to volunteer? Tap the link to explore opportunities.
Charity Super.Mkt’s story is simple: charity retail provides everyone the opportunity to buy good, feel good, and do good.
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