Donate a gift to your Cancer Focus NI shop
Thursday, 15 December 2016
IF you receive any unwanted Christmas gifts or if you have clothes, ornaments, books and bric-a-brac, why not have a big clear-out after the festive holiday and donate them all to Cancer Focus Northern Ireland?
Cancer Focus NI has 12 shops all over Northern Ireland, including a shop in Limavady that needs a constant supply of good quality items to sell on.
The charity is urging everyone to clear out their cupboards and drawers in the weeks after Christmas Day - and at the same time help raise vital funds for its Keeping Well vans.
The Keeping Well vans travel to towns and villages, shopping centres, community and sporting venues, health fairs and workplaces to give health checks to local people.
Your local Cancer Focus NI charity shop welcomes your donations of quality clothing, accessories, books, CDs/DVDs, bicycles, soft furnishings, small electrical goods in working order, small pieces of furniture, toys and knick-knacks with open arms.
Because storage space is limited or for safety reasons, the charity cannot take safety headgear, prams and buggies, high chairs, cots, children's car seats, children's booster seats, mattresses, upholstered furniture without a fire label or medical equipment.
Stephen Roddy, Manager of the Cancer Focus NI shop in Limavady, said: "Instead of leaving your unwanted gifts and bits and pieces gathering dust, the customers in our charity shop would be delighted to give them a new home.
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