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Barking mad one euro sale at MADRA Shop in Westside

A “barking mad” one euro sale takes place at the MADRA charity shop in Westside this Friday and Saturday, 27th and 28th of November, from 11am to 5pm.

Charity shops introduce new signs to identify legitimacy

Registered charity shops in Galway will display a special Choose Charity Shops 1st sign in their windows from tomorrow.

Coffee afternoon at MADRA charity shop

The MADRA charity shop in Westside will hold a special coffee afternoon on Saturday from 12 noon to 3pm.

Brian’s Treasure Chest Charity Shop to donate proceeds to LARCC

If you’re planning a summer clear-out at home you might like to know that all money raised in Brian’s Treasure Chest Charity Shop, Castle Street, Mullingar during the first week in August will be donated to LARCC. If you wish to make a donation of clothes, shoes, books, etc, to the shop please mention LARCC, and make sure to spread the word.

New charity shop opens in ‘Comer

A new charity shop will open for business in Castlecomer this week, following the decision of the Irish Wheelchair Association to close its outlet in the town. The IWA shop closed its doors for the last time yesterday, Thursday, March 31.

Ballina charity shop moves

Mrs Quin’s Charity Shop, which raises funds for the National Council for the Blind has moved to Garden Street.

Age Action charity shop at Abbeygate Street to close next month

A city charity shop is to close next month because it it no longer viable, according to the organisation which runs the service.

Carlow woman wows children’s charity

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Can you count 20,000 hours? One Carlow woman can, because she just received an award for every single one of them.

Call to donate unwanted festive gifts to charity

Local people are being urged to turn their unwanted festive gifts into funds to help needy older people.

Age Action Castlebar needs your unwanted Christmas gifts

Age Action is urging the public to turn their unwanted festive gifts into funds to help some of Ireland’s most needy older people. “Instead of leaving them in a drawer, donate them to Age Action and let us sell them in our charity shops,” Age Action’s Head of Business Development Daragh Matthews said. “This will provide us with much needed funding to continue and expand our work improving the quality of life of older people across Ireland.”

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