SIR - The Store Homelessness Project would like to thank the following individuals and organisations for their financial support, which has enabled us to move to larger premises and expand our free furniture distribution service to families and individual
SIR - The Store Homelessness Project would like to thank the following individuals and organisations for their financial support, which has enabled us to move to larger premises and expand our free furniture distribution service to families and individuals on benefits or low incomes in the Torridge area:
Torridge District Council, Grass Roots, Bideford Bridge Trust, South West Foundation, Bideford Rotary Club, Torrington Poors Charity, Andrew Bonar Trust, S Bushby, P Duff, J Garrett and Westcroft School pupils.
Our furniture warehouse is open Monday-Friday from 11am to 2pm by appointment.
Anyone who wishes to support the future work of The Store, or associated project Yvette House Women's Refuge, should send cheques payable to either The Store or Yvette House c/o 2A Pitt Lane, Bideford EX39 3JA.
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