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Charity Super.Mkt now open!

Charity Super.Mkt is opening Scotland’s first ever multi-charity store at Glasgow Fort on Tuesday 27th June, following on from its phenomenal success in London and Reading, raising over £620,000 for UK charities.

The store, which will be located between Mamas & Papas and Waterstones, will be full of great charity shop finds and have DJ’s playing every weekend.

Two shoppers in the charity supermarket picking up clothes from rails
The pop-up will sell hand selected clothing supplied by seven Scottish and national charities including Cancer Research, Chest Heart Stroke Scotland, Havens Hospices, Marie Curie, Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, Shelter and TRAID.

Benefits of Charity Super.Mkt go further than just raising funds. From the two pop ups to date, 18,700kg of clothing has already been saved from going to landfill reducing the environmental impact of our clothes.

A shopper in front of a charity supermarket sign holding some clothes

During its first eight weeks of trading in London, the money raised by the individual retailing charities funded:
•    96 days of Cancer Research nurses to support lifesaving care
•    1,000 webchat housing advice calls from the team at Shelter
•    1,000 hours of specialist nursing care from Havens Hospices nurses for a patient in their own home at the end of their life
•    TRAID’s new project providing schooling for the children of waste pickers at Dhaka’s Matuail landfill site
Shoppers can be there for Glasgow’s first rummage of this curated collection of second-hand fashion at the store launch party on Tuesday 27th June 6pm – 8pm, get early access, and the chance to grab a drink and enjoy live DJ sets. To register interest, visit:

Charity Super.Mkt will be open 10am to 7pm on weekdays, 10am to 7pm on Saturdays and 10am to 6pm on Sundays.

A DJ set up in the charity supermarket

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