Sue Ryder provides incredible hospice and neurological care. The Sue Ryder shop on Roushill Bank is a great place to pick up anything from good quality clothes to that one-off piece of interesting bric-a-brac, all at bargain prices. The shop sells a good selection of clothes, accessories, books, CDs, DVDs, toys and electrical goods. The friendly team are always willing to help. Donations of unwanted goods are welcome, and help to support the charity's vital work. Please see website for opening hours.

Marie Curie is a UK charity which cares for terminally ill people and their families. Marie Curie currently operates around 180 charity shops throughout the UK which help to raise the funds needed for the charity to continue its vital work. Shops stock donated items including clothing, shoes, jewellery, books and toys. Each shop is reliant on the generosity of local people who donate or shop there, and on a dedicated team of volunteers.

Hope House provides specialist nursing care and support to life-limited children, young people and young adults from Shropshire, Cheshire, North and Mid Wales. Each of Hope House's 15 shops is an Aladdin's cave of treasures. Shops stock a massive range of items, including ladies', men's and children's clothing, books, CDs, household items, linens, and a lot more. Each Hope House shop is run by a professional management team along with a loyal and enthusiastic group of volunteers. Clean, good quality donations are always welcome, and help to support Hope House in its valuable work.

The British Red Cross is a volunteer-led humanitarian organisation that helps people in crisis, whoever and wherever they are. The organisation responds to hundreds of disasters every year, both in the UK and overseas. It also provides first aid training courses, which enable people to respond to emergencies in their own community. There are well over 300 British Red Cross charity shops throughout the country, packed with second hand treasure. The British Red Cross shop on Mardol sells second-hand designer and vintage clothes, plus gifts, books, furniture and more.

As an organisation that only provides its products and services to social housing providers, Social Telecoms CIC have been created to meet the specific requirements of the sector. They are partnered with the UK leading networks and wholesale telecoms providers. Social Telecoms CIC has built around the requirements of Registered Providers of Social Housing - so that they are a registered social enterprise and Community Interest Company.

Shropshire Cat Rescue is a voluntary group that aims to care for and re-home unwanted cats and kittens, to educate the public on responsible cat ownership and to arrange for colonies of feral cats to be neutered and returned to site. The shop on Roushill Bank sells a variety of new and second hand goods, and is always happy to receive unwanted items, however the shop is not able to accept electrical items, VHS videos and cassette tapes. Please see website for more information.

Relate is the UK's biggest provider of relationship support. The charity helps over a million people every year to strengthen their relationships. The shop on Mardol stocks a range of designer clothes, hats, shoes, handbags, belts, men's clothes, etc. There is also a selection of new and second hand bridal wear and accessories. Relate is always happy to accept donations of ladies', men's and children's clothing, bric-a-brac etc. The shop accepts donations of furniture, and even offers a pick-up and delivery service, thanks to its volunteer van drivers.

The British Heart Foundation is one of the biggest retailers in the UK, with over 700 shops, including over 160 dedicated Furniture & Electrical shops. Each shop raises vital funds to help fight heart disease by selling a great range of quality, new and second-hand items. The shop at the top of Mardol sells a fantastic range of good quality new and donated items, including everything from clothing, shoes and accessories to books, music, toys and household items.

Cancer Research UK is the world's biggest charity dedicated to the aim of beating cancer through research. Its work has already led to breakthroughs that have saved millions of lives, and helped see cancer survival rates double over a forty year period. Cancer Research UK's shops offer a wide range of men's, women's and children's clothing, accessories including shoes, belts, handbags and jewellery, quality homeware, linen, books, CDs, DVDs, and a lot more! Donations are always welcome in store, and make a vital contribution to the charity's valuable work.

The Shrewsbury Ark Charity Shop opened on Castle Street in 2014, any clothes or household items that are donated to the Ark are either offered directly to their clients or sold with all profits going directly towards funding our ongoing services.

Anyone wishing to make donations of clothing, sleeping bags and household items for clients of Shrewsbury Ark, should deliver these directly to the shop.