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We are very pleased to announce that two of our shops will be open next week (10am-2pm) for you to drop your donations off.

On Wednesday 1st July our shop in Whitchurch and on Thursday 2nd July our shop in Ely and  will be operating a drive-thru system by prior booking only.

Due to demand we have added an additional date on Saturday 4th July at our Whitchurch shop 10am-3pm. Please phone to book your time slot.

We really need donations such as summer clothes, books and bric-a-brac. To book your slot at your preferred location please ring 07785763194. If you have larger items such as furniture please call the same number.

Please note your safety and that of staff and volunteers is of paramount importance to us, therefore we can only accept donations from those with a pre-booked time slot.

We are grateful for your donations but would ask that donations are not left outside any of our shops at this time as they will not be collected.

Thanks so much for your support

Please see below for an update with regards to our shop reopening plans

We are extremely grateful to you for supporting our City Hospice charity shops.

Following the Welsh Government’s announcement regarding the reopening of non-essential retail we are reviewing our stores and making a plan to re-open. The safety of our customers, staff and volunteers is of paramount importance to us. In the coming weeks, we will provide further details on our reopening schedule.

We are grateful for donations of your quality  pre-loved items and the income raised from their sale directly helps us look after the people of Cardiff facing life limiting and terminal illness. We will let you know as soon as we are able to accept your kind donations. Please do not leave donations outside our shops as these will not be collected.

In the meantime, if you would like to support City Hospice you can do so by clicking ‘donate’ above.

On behalf of the City Hospice Team we thank you for your continued support

Drop in and shop with us!

Did you know that by popping into your local City Hospice charity shop, you’ll be helping to support the work we do? We need to raise a total of £2m to keep on providing our palliative care services.

Through our seven fabulous charity shops in seven amazing communities, we raise funds to help us continue our important work and support patients and families who need us. Each shop is unique thanks to the amazing staff and volunteers who run them.

Donate your pre-loved goodies

We know how therapeutic a good sort out can be and that’s why we want you to know, your donations are always welcome! Our shops are always looking for pre-loved goods to sell, from electricals to books to clothing, with monies raised going towards helping us to care for Cardiff. You could be making a big difference just by bringing us a few bags of unwanted items.

Become a shop volunteer

Volunteers from the local community are vital to the shops running smoothly and effectively and we’re always looking for more people to get involved. If you’ve got a spare few hours each week to help raise funds in our shops, please visit our volunteering pages.

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Supporting our Community, Support your City Hospice

We would like to update our supporters and families on the current impact Coronavirus (Covid 19) is having on the operations of City Hospice. Our priority remains to provide care and support to people living with life limiting and terminal illness. Our clinical team continue to deliver essential care during this unprecedented time. We hope that you will all join us in supporting our exceptional team as they continue to provide care for some of the most vulnerable people in Cardiff.

On behalf of the City Hospice team, thank you for your continued support, which allows our charity to care for patients in our community.

For more details on the how Coronavirus is impacting City Hospice please click here. 

To make a donation to City Hospice and support us during this challenging time please click here.

Read our Coronavirus News & Advice