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Donate good quality furniture and white goods to Rowcroft Hospice

16 January 2015

Rowcroft is calling on all those who are upgrading their furniture and white goods in the January sales to donate any unwanted, good quality items to the hospice.

Donated items will be sold in the hospice’s dedicated Furniture and Electricals Outlets, including its new store on the Brunel Industrial Estate in Newton Abbot.

All donations will help to raise vital funds for the more than 2200 people with life-limiting illnesses that Rowcroft cares for every year, as well as their family and friends.

Caroline Wannell, Retail Development Manager at Rowcroft Hospice, said: “Sales of furniture and white goods from our two Furniture and Electricals Outlets provide an essential income to support the services provided by Rowcroft across South Devon.

“Providing it is in good condition and in working order that fridge, TV, sofa or bed could be of incredible value to us!”

The hospice is committed to upclycling and recycling all donated goods where possible, but unfortunately is unable to accept goods that are deemed unsaleable for either quality or safety reasons.

Caroline adds: “Goods that are unsuitable for sale in our shops can result in high tipping charges, so while we are grateful for all donations and support, please bear this in mind when arranging a collection or donating goods.”

Your donated items can be taken to drop off points at Rowcroft’s Furniture Outlets in Brunel Industrial Estate, Newton Abbot, or Teignmouth Road, Torquay.

Alternatively, the hospice provides a free collection service, simply call 01803 210832 to arrange (please note that during busy periods a wait time of approximately two – four weeks may occur).

Rowcroft is calling on all those who are upgrading their furniture and white goods in the January sales to donate any unwanted, good quality items to the hospice.

Donated items will be sold in the hospice’s dedicated Furniture and Electricals Outlets, including its new store on the Brunel Industrial Estate in Newton Abbot.

All donations will help to raise vital funds for the more than 2200 people with life-limiting illnesses that Rowcroft cares for every year, as well as their family and friends.

Caroline Wannell, Retail Development Manager at Rowcroft Hospice, said: “Sales of furniture and white goods from our two Furniture and Electricals Outlets provide an essential income to support the services provided by Rowcroft across South Devon.

“Providing it is in good condition and in working order that fridge, TV, sofa or bed could be of incredible value to us!”

The hospice is committed to upclycling and recycling all donated goods where possible, but unfortunately is unable to accept goods that are deemed unsaleable for either quality or safety reasons.

Caroline adds: “Goods that are unsuitable for sale in our shops can result in high tipping charges, so while we are grateful for all donations and support, please bear this in mind when arranging a collection or donating goods.”

Your donated items can be taken to drop off points at Rowcroft’s Furniture Outlets in Brunel Industrial Estate, Newton Abbot, or Teignmouth Road, Torquay.

Alternatively, the hospice provides a free collection service, simply call 01803 210832 to arrange (please note that during busy periods a wait time of approximately two – four weeks may occur).  

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