Turn your clothes into cash for the NSPCC

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BHS stores in Fareham are teaming up with Clothes Aid to encourage people to clear out their wardrobes to support the NSPCC.

For every full bag of clothing donated via the NSPCC’s official partner Clothes Aid, BHS will give customers a £5 voucher to spend in store.

To take part, people in Fareham should fill a large bag with their unwanted clothes, shoes, belts and bags, and call Clothes Aid’s helpline on 08450 722 780 to arrange a convenient collection time.

The money raised will help make a difference to the lives of children and young people in the south and across the UK.

Alison Roberts, NSPCC fundraising account manager, said: ‘Clearing out old clothes is a great way for people in Fareham to support the NSPCC.

‘The charity relies on the generosity of the general public and the money raised through this fantastic promotion will help the NSPCC to continue to protect vulnerable children.’

Since 2006, BHS has raised more than £1m for the NSPCC.