Salvation Army Trading Company (SATCoL) is encouraging people nationwide to rummage through their cupboards, wardrobes and attics this spring, and ensure belongings they no longer use are given a new lease of life by donating them via clothing banks, charity shops or door-to-door bags. Rather than gathering dust at home or being put in the bin and sent to landfill, donated items will be reused or recycled to support the work of The Salvation Army.
Shoppers in Heaton flocked to the new Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) charity shop at 257- 259 Chillingham Road, Heaton on Thursday 19th March as it opened its doors to the public for the first time.
New resources to help the most vulnerable local people and wider community have opened in Grantham thanks to The Salvation Army.
Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) in Kilmarnock is celebrating its first birthday this week. To thank locals for their support over the last year, the charity shop at 73 King Street is marking the occasion with a special electrical sale, which will take place from Thursday 12th until Saturday 14th March.
Shoppers in Sandbach flocked to the new Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) charity shop at 11/13 Hightown on Thursday 20th February as it opened its doors to the public for the first time.
Fourfields Community Primary School in Yaxley has been rewarded with £200 in return for the efforts of pupils, their families and staff who have been collecting clothes, shoes and household textiles via the Recycle With Michael scheme.
Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) is appealing for volunteers to help in its charity shops across the UK. If your well-intended New Year’s resolutions are already long forgotten, becoming a volunteer at your local Salvation Army shop is a great way to extend the season of goodwill and do something positive for yourself whilst also giving back to your local community.
A newly revamped charity shop collection of second-hand designer and vintage clothing at bargain prices in the heart of Oxford Circus; a stone’s throw away from the London College of Fashion; a hop, skip and a jump from trendy Hanover Square; and launched in time for one of fashion’s busiest weeks.
Shoppers in Stanley flocked to the new Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) shop at 4 Clifford Road as it officially opened its doors on Thursday 8th January.
Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) is delighted to announce that staff and guests at Haven’s 35 UK holiday parks have recycled over 80 tonnes of clothing through donating unwanted clothes, shoes and accessories into recycling banks, raising vital money for charity. This is the equivalent of the height of six London Shards stacked one on top of the other!
Christmas is a time for giving and a poll by the Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd has revealed that giving presents ranks as one of the highest reasons us Brits get into the festive spirit. But as much as we love to give at Christmastime, on average, we each receive three presents we don’t actually want. Worse still, almost half of us actually leave these unwanted gifts to gather dust in the back of a cupboard.
Shoppers in Gateshead flocked to the new Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) shop at 33 Jackson Street as it officially opened its doors on Thursday 19 November. Following the recent opening of its first boutique shop in Morpeth, the new shop in Gateshead is SATCoL’s 20th retail shop in the North East.