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Charity shops and clothes recycling raises record 10.1 million pounds for The Salvation Army
22 July 2014
The Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) is delighted to announce that through its strong retail, reuse and recycling profits, it has donated over 10.1 million pounds to The Salvation Army this year. Thanks to the British public, who have been supporting SATCoL's charity shops and donating their unwanted clothes to its reuse and recycling schemes, this Gift Aid donation represents an increase of five per cent year on year*, as well as yet another record sum for the charity.

Charity Shop in Bromsgrove Launches Kitchenware Pop-Up Sale
9 June 2014
The Salvation Army Trading Company (SATCoL) charity shop in Bromsgrove is set to hold a one-week kitchenware pop-up sale starting on Monday 16 June.

Charity Shop in Northampton Launches Kitchenware Pop-Up Sale
9 June 2014
The Salvation Army Trading Company (SATCoL) charity shop in Northampton is set to hold a one-week kitchenware pop-up sale starting on Monday 16 June.

Charity Shops Launch 'Open Your Hearts & Wardobes' Campaign
3 June 2014
Salvation Army Trading Company (SATCoL) charity shops across the UK are set to launch their new 'Open your hearts & wardrobes' campaign on Monday 9 June with an appeal to local people to donate their unwanted clothes, shoes and accessories and help support The Salvation Army's valuable work in communities throughout the UK.

St Neots charity shop opens its doors
1 May 2014
Shoppers in St Neots had their first chance to do some bargain hunting in the new Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) charity shop as it opened its doors at 28 High Street on Tuesday 29 April.

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