FANCY channeling your inner Anna Newton, in Manchester soon chatting about new book An Edited Life, or making like Marie Kondo? Well, you get busy in the decluttering department and we have the perfect solution to the problem of what to do with all that stuff…
For a whole week from 4 to 11 February, all you need to do is head on over to one of the five designated drop-offs points – including The Font – for the big Chorlton Charity Clear Out and donate your unwanted clothes and gadgets. Taking your items off your hands, are Chorlton outlets The Font, The Beagle, Dulcimer, Proof and Electrik, and all donations will go to supporting the charity Poverty Child.
Poverty Child is a non-profit organisation that is dedicated to improving life for street and slum children, empowering them to achieve their true potential. By offering facilities such as mobile clinics, street schools, and day and night clinics, the charity can give underprivileged youngsters healthcare, education, nutritional meals and basic needs like a bed for the night and a safe spaceoff the streets. By contributing to Poverty Child – including through the donation of no longer loved clothes and not needed gadgets – you’ll be contributing to this great cause.
What’s not to like? You’ll be giving yourself some space, while also giving to charity.