Have a heart and donate tomorrow at BHF shops in Barnstaple and Holsworthy
The British Heart Foundation (BHF) is encouraging people in North Devon to donate BIG tomorrow (Saturday) as part of National Donate Day. Marking the launch of the nation s biggest stock appeal – The Big Donation – National Donate Day provides the perfect
The British Heart Foundation (BHF) is encouraging people in North Devon to donate BIG tomorrow (Saturday) as part of National Donate Day.
Marking the launch of the nation's biggest stock appeal - The Big Donation - National Donate Day provides the perfect opportunity for the community to have a clear out; fill up a bag and support their local BHF Shops in Barnstaple and Holsworthy.
Devon is aiming to bring in 7,742 bags of stock - the equivalent of �158,840 - throughout September and everyone can help by donating good quality clothing, shoes, accessories, CDs, DVDs, books, toys and bric-a-brac.
If you are planning on clearing out your home as well as your wardrobe on National Donate Day why not organise a free collection for that good quality sofa you no longer need, or drop by your local BHF Furniture and Electrical Store with unwanted toasters and kettles.
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For more information on National Donate Day and the free collection service visit bhf.org.uk/bigdonation. To find your nearest BHF Shop or Furniture and Electrical Store call 0844 412 5000.
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