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Shetland Islanders put tonnes of effort into clothes collections for the Salvation Army
30 July 2015
Shetland Islanders have recycled a phenomenal 30 tonnes of clothes, shoes and textiles over the last 11 months following the addition of 21 new Salvation Army clothing banks across the islands last August...

Salvation Army opens the doors to new Morecambe charity shop
23 July 2015
The new Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) charity shop welcomed its first customers to Morecambe’s Arndale shopping centre on Thursday 23rd July...

Art graduates shine a light on textile recycling with The Salvation Army
29 June 2015
raduates from renowned London art college Central Saint Martins have teamed up with The Salvation Army and one of its trading arms, leading UK clothing collection operator Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL), to design a limited edition clothing bank featuring interactive LED lights...

Kent primary school smashes environmental target with Salvation Army recycling partnership
18 June 2015
A primary school in Gravesend, Kent has smashed its environmental target this month by recycling an astounding 2,000 kg of unwanted items thanks to a partnership with Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL)...

"We could raise thousands more in unclaimed Gift Aid" says Salvation Army shops
16 June 2015
In May, Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd's (SATCoL) charity shops across the UK played a key part in raising an extra £48,045 of funds thanks to customers agreeing to Gift Aid their donations. However, up to a further £126,912 could have been claimed if all donations had been gift aided...

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