There’s nothing like a good charity shop bargain to brighten up your day. Charity shopping isn’t only a cheaper option to pick up a nice pair of jeans you’ve needed for a while, but it’s also a fantastic and effective way to recycle old items which is great for our environment. Here are the best places you can go to not only get your hands on some recycled items, but to also upcycle your old things too!
Manchester & Salford RSPCA Charity Shop
Address: 15 Oak Street, Manchester M4 5JD
Here, you can buy a range of items including clothing, books, accessories and more! The money you spend is donated to the Manchester and Salford RSPCA which is dedicated to improving the lives of animals in the local area and the charity relies solely on the money spent on the items donated. Get yourself a whole new wardrobe for over half the price whilst donating to a fantastic cause!
Hope Direct Charity
Address: Globe House, 118 Chorlton Road, Old Trafford, Stretford, Manchester, M15 4AL
Hope Direct is a charity based in Manchester which aids in supporting the local community. Their mission is to help vulnerable children in developing countries such as Sierra Leone and Cameroon by providing access to education. Here, you can buy old furniture, collectables and clothes and has a 4.5-star rating with fantastic reviews. One customer said that it’s a “great place, lots of items and great prices”.
The Charity Box
Address: 62 Bury Old Road, Manchester, M8 5BN
The Charity Box in Cheetham Hill provides a great source of income for ‘The Fed’s services – a leading social care charity for the Greater Manchester Jewish Community. The charity continually stocks quality used clothes, accessories, toys, bedding, and other household items. With an overall 4* rating, it’s easy to see why people love shopping and donating to this charity.
Who knew that shopping could be so rewarding and Eco-friendly? Have a look in your house to see what you could donate and potentially pick yourself up some cool bits and bobs!
*Opening times may be different due to the COVID-19 restrictions.