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The Charity Box

The Charity Box in Cheetham Hill is a vital source of income for The Fed. 100% of the profits from our little gem of a shop help fund our Community Services.

If you want to support your Manchester community, this is the place to donate your ‘pre-loved’ goods to. No other charity shop in Manchester helps fund The Fed’s services.

We need a regular supply of good quality used clothes, accessories, toys, bedding, bric-a-brac and other household items. Sorry – we are not able to accept electrical items.

We also accept donations from local businesses – whether end-of-line items or seconds.

Bring your donations into the shop or to the drop-off access point around the back of the shop. Just ring the bell and someone will come and attend to you.

If it’s difficult for you to drop off your goods, please call us and we will do our best to arrange for its collection.

Gift Aid

Items donated to The Charity Box can attract gift aid on their sale value, increasing The Fed’s income further. Ask a member of staff in the shop for a gift aid form.

Have you already completed a gift aid form for financial donations to The Fed? We still need a separate one for donated goods.

 

Where are we?

62 Bury Old Road
Cheetham Hill
M8 5BN

 

Opening times

Monday to Saturday – 9am-5pm
Sunday – closed

To arrange for collection or for any other shop-related queries call 0161 492 0422.

Volunteers make
us what we are

Volunteer

A few things we’d like you to know about volunteering

Just an hour or two of your time every week or fortnight can make an enormous difference to someone’s life.

Volunteering...
... is vital to The Fed. We could not survive without them. They’re involved in almost every aspect of our work.
Volunteering...
...is essential to our work. We never have enough volunteers. We always need more, even for one off jobs.
Volunteering...
... is a two-way thing: volunteers get as much out of it as the people they support.
Volunteering...
... gives you a reason to get out of bed in the morning – knowing you’re going to be making someone happy.