Open Door policy boosts charity shop image

A charity shop which opened its doors last week managed to cut its start-up fees from €30,000 to €4,750 with the help of local businesses.

26th September, 2009

A charity shop which opened its doors last week managed to cut its start-up fees from €30,000 to €4,750 with the help of local businesses.

The Open Door was established by the South East Simon Community to stop the charity branch from shutting down due to its dire financial situation. It is hoped that the shop will cover the branch’s running costs for six months with fundraising to cover the remaining half of the year....

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