Clear out clutter and prepare to get your dancing shoes on with youth charity The Door.
The Tranzform charity shop in Stroud, part of The Door Youth Project is encouraing people to clear out and donate to their charity shop during January.
Anyone who donates will automatically be entered into a free draw to win two tickets to their Boogie Bop Boys evening of 50’s style music on February 22 in Amberley Parish Rooms.
The shop’s manager Anne Griffiths said: “Bring in your unwanted Christmas presents, clothes, toys, books, ornaments DVD's and CDS, old or new to our shop and be entered into our free draw and help raise money for The Door Youth Project.”
Harry Gardner, apprentice Fundraiser said; “The shop supports a lot of the work we do so. It’s not only a way of raising money it also plays an important part in helping a lot of the young people we work with by providing training opportunities in the shop and enabling the young people to gain an accreditation in retail.’’