A Coronavirus clean out has led to a bumper fashion bonanza for our shops.
Keen supporter Sam Warsop usually clears her wardrobe at Christmas and Lent, with all discarded items going to St Luke’s.
So when the lockdown began and the Grenoside-based publishing manager found she had some extra time on her hands, she started to go through her unwanted fashion items and even persuaded husband Graham to add some of his discarded clothing to the pile.
“It was a great way to fill some lockdown time and also a fantastic way to support St Luke’s,” said Sam as she made her donation drop off at our Ecclesall Road shop.
“It’s really very therapeutic to go through your wardrobes occasionally and take a long hard look at what you’re not wearing any more, especially when you know you are also supporting a charity like St Luke’s.
“Now I’m looking forward to starting my annual 12 Dresses of Christmas sort out - and it would be great if other people joined me!”
Donations can be left at any of our shops which are now re-open or at the St Luke’s Donation Centre every Monday and Friday between 12 noon and 3pm.
Donations should not, under any circumstances, be left at any shop which is closed.
To find out which shops are now open simply visit St Luke's