A Whitchurch charity shop is appealing for community support to help more people affected by brain injury.
The Headway shop, in the High Street, is calling out for donations of clothes, bric-a-brac, household goods, toys, games, electrical goods and any other items in a bid to replenish stock before the busy Christmas period.
“We are in need of help from good-spirited residents who want to make a difference,” said shop manager Susan Sealy.
“As we rely entirely upon donations, community support is more important than ever to help us continue delivering vital frontline services to brain injury survivors and their families.
“With Christmas around the corner why not clear out some cupboard space to make room for new gifts?
“Whether it’s toys the kids have grown out of or clothes you never wear, your donations will be helping people directly affected by brain injury to rebuild their lives.
“Even the smallest contribution can make a big impact. Don’t forget if you are a taxpayer and can Gift Aid to your donations we can raise 25 per cent more cash for each item sold.”
Stock donations will be warmly received at the Headway charity shop at 4 High Street, Whitchurch, Shropshire, SY13 1AR or for more information call shop manager Susan Sealy on 01948 665334.
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