USPCA Charity Store reopens its doors this week in Banbridge

Following government guidelines, the USPCA will reopen its Charity Store from Tuesday 16th June at 10am.

Lockdown has inspired clear-outs in many households and these preloved goods and furniture could make a huge difference to the lives of animals in our care.

Charity Store Manager Rachel McGreevy stated “During lockdown we have asked supporters to hold on to items and donate when we are open again. To manage the increased influx of donated goods we have specific donation days Tuesday & Friday to allow for 72 hours quarantine

“As part of reopening the charity store will have a number of measures in place including restrictions on how many people are allowed in store, social distancing, hand sanitiser, screen guards at our till, changing rooms will also be temporarily closed. The safety of our staff, volunteers and supporters remain our top priority.

“Our charity store is powered by the public’s support, which is why we never take for granted a book, dress or sofa donated to us. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries on donating and the process in doing so” said Rachel

The USPCA charity store relies on volunteers to operate and with the influx of donations and stock we are appealing for volunteers to join our team urgently.

To apply the process is easy, complete an application form through our website

we are looking forward to welcoming our volunteers and customers back to our store this week.

Temporary Opening Hours

Monday – Friday 10am – 4pm

Donation Drop Off Days

Tuesday 10am – 4pm  

Friday 10am – 4pm