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Twelve Unusual Volunteer Roles at the Hospiscare Warehouse Twelve Unusual Volunteer Roles at the Hospiscare Warehouse

Volunteers help Hospiscare in so many different ways. You can help by sorting donations, serving customers or even researching valuable items to sell online. Whatever your skills and interests, we have the perfect role for you!

Here are just a few of the volunteering roles currently available at the Hospiscare Warehouse...

Have yourself a Second Hand Christmas! Have yourself a Second Hand Christmas!

Did you know that last year in the UK we spent around £19 billion on Christmas gifts and a staggering £42 million of unwanted Christmas presents went to landfill?1

Shopping second hand is more sustainable both environmentally and economically, and it can help to counteract the current ‘throw-away’ consumer culture that...

New Look Offers Festive Discount to Hospiscare Supporters in Exeter, Exmouth and Tiverton New Look Offers Festive Discount to Hospiscare Supporters in Exeter, Exmouth and Tiverton

Hospiscare is teaming up with fashion retailer New Look this Christmas to offer Exeter, Exmouth and Tiverton shoppers an extra big thank you for supporting the charity.

Following a successful pilot in the summer, New Look is launching a new customer discount initiative to support Hospiscare by encouraging more people to...

LOCAL ARTIST, AM AFIFI, TO FEATURE IN HOSPISCARE POP-UP ART GALLERY LOCAL ARTIST, AM AFIFI, TO FEATURE IN HOSPISCARE POP-UP ART GALLERY

The Hospiscare Warehouse Shop in Exeter will open a unique exhibition featuring local artist, AM Afifi on 21 to 28 September. The Sculptures of Am Afifi will feature a selection of sculptures by Afifi, including the striking work Pamera, Portrait of Pamela Silkstone, The VS Lenswoman. The exhibition includes a...

Top Tips for Shopping in Charity Shops Top Tips for Shopping in Charity Shops

There are lots of reasons to shop second hand. It’s environmentally friendly giving longer life to items that may have gone to landfill. It’s possible to find quirky interesting items that would be tricky (and expensive) to find in high street stores. Second hand items, especially furniture, can often be...

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