Donate your old clothes to help animals
THE RSPCA is calling on Boston residents to donate some of their unwanted clothes or Christmas presents in a bid to help needy animals in the area.
The RSPCA Lincolnshire East Branch recently opened a new charity shop in Boston – but they are currently very short on clothes to sell.
Branch development manager Sarah Richards said: "The new shop is going great – but we are extremely short of clothes to sell.
"Members of the public have been very generous in donating bric-a-brac and other items, but we do seem to be in desperate need of more clothing.
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"Perhaps if you have been given some new clothing for Christmas it might be time to give your wardrobe a clear out, and we would appreciate any items that you just don't want any more.
"All the money raised through the sale of clothes will be ploughed straight back in to helping all the sick and injured animals currently in our care.
"We are desperate for donations and we hope that the people of Boston and surrounding villages will respond to our plea."
The new shop is a vital source of fundraising to the Lincolnshire East Branch which is completely independent and has to raise its own funds.
Donations can be dropped off to the shop, which is in 18 Market Place, Boston, and bags are available from the shop.
Donations can be dropped off any day Monday to Saturday between 9am and 5pm.