Hospice wants your unwanted Christmas presents and furniture

Donations of new or second-hand items are needed to resell in the Hospice’s 26 shops across Suffolk and Norfolk to raise funds for the charity. 

If you are updating your furniture this Christmas or New Year, then why not donate your old items to the Hospice too.

Donations of good quality sofas, chairs, tables, cabinets and other home furnishings are needed to resell and raise funds for the Hospice which costs £9.1 million a year to run. Van drivers can collect items from homes for free, six days a week.

Jess Spall, of St Elizabeth Hospice’s Aldeburgh shop, said: “If you have any unwanted gifts that weren’t your cup of tea this Christmas we would love to have them in our shops. We are also in need of furniture We will come and collect if it is suitable.”

She also urged people to come in and browse the range of goods on offer.

If you have furniture to donate, please call  0845 259 0319. All other donations can be taken to your nearest shop in opening hours from December 27 onwards.

To find out where your nearest shop is and when it is open visit www.stelizabethhospice.org.uk/shops.

Money raised through the shops enables St Elizabeth Hospice to continue to make a real difference to the lives of their patients and families, friends and carers.

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