SELECTED Shelter Scotland charity shops are set to open their doors next week to accept donations ahead of opening to the public on April 26th.
The first wave of stores opening up for public donations (on 12th April from Monday to Friday) are as follows:
- Forrest Road (39 Forrest Road, Edinburgh, EH1 2QP)
- Morningside (104 Morningside Road, Edinburgh, EH10 4BY)
- Stockbridge (104 Raeburn Place, Stockbridge, Edinburgh, EH4 1HH)
- Stockwell Street (Granite House, 37-43 Stockwell Street, Glasgow, G1 4RZ)
- Botanics (679 Great Western Road, Glasgow, G12 8RA)
- Paisley (6 High Street, Paisley, PA1 2DQ)
All other Scottish shops will be accepting donations from 21st April when the teams return to work.
Alison Watson, Director of Shelter Scotland, said:
“Like so many other charities, the pandemic has been tough on our fundraising efforts, so we are delighted to announce today that some of our much-loved shops will be opening up next week in order to receive donations from the public.
“The hope is that people will have spent a least a little time during lockdown doing something of a spring clean, and they may have a bag or two of unwanted items that we’d love for them to donate to us. We are fighting every day to end Scotland’s housing crisis, and the public’s support for our shops up and down the country is a vital part of that fight.”