How To Donate
You’ve done a clear out and have a pile of stuff you don’t like/want. They’re too good to throw away but you don’t know what to do with them. Here is all you need to know about how and what to donate to a charity shop.
All charity shops love good quality pre-loved clothing; women’s, men’s and children’s plus footwear and accessories
Most charity shops accept small items of furniture with some shops specialising in all types of furniture. Most will offer a collection and delivery service.
Homeware, toys and books
Your unwanted homeware, kitchenware and knick knacks can all find a new home through your local charity shop. Most shops also accept toys and books.
There is now an opportunity to globally press the ‘reset’ button, to innovatively and creatively plan for a more sustainable future.
Sustainability is a key focus for us, it’s the reason we started Haru. We believe secondhand is the future of retail for economic, environmental and social reasons.
The RFC Security Group has a strong belief in long-term sustainability which is a core pillar of our company ethos spread across all divisions of our business.
Sustainability is of paramount importance for Cookstown Textile Recyclers as it helps divert clothing and shoes away from landfill, protecting the environment and providing sustainable employment in our local communities.
We started in 1997 with one truck, two customers and four bins. And an idea. That a company could be driven by customer service.
Impact of Charity Retail
The triple impact measures the financial, social and environmental performance of charity retail. Charity shops make money for their charities to provide services but they also have huge environmental and social benefits.