Our partners Charity shops Charity Shops CLOTHE ME - THANK YOU's PARTNERS Our partners have charity shops across London and their support enables Clothe Me – Thank You to help as many people in need as possible. This network helps to ensure Clothe Me – Thank You can assist people in need of clothing by enabling them to exchange their vouchers for clothes in any of our partner stores. In supporting Clothe Me - Thank You, not only are you helping us to make vulnerable individuals clothe themselves more accessible but you're also helping support the charities we partner with. If you would like to discuss how we can work together, please contact us. The Greater London Fund for the Blind (GLFB) believes every blind and partially sighted Londoner should be able to realise their potential. They work across the capital with a network of partners that empower blind and partially sighted people to live full and independent lives. The GLFB has 12 shops based across London and were one of Clothe Me - Thank You's first partners, working closely with us since June 2018. Cornwater Evergreens – Established in 2001 in Ravenshead Nottingham, Cornwater Evergreens work to reduce social isolation amongst older people. Their services include a Friendship club, Memory club, transport service, as well as organising activities for older people within the local community. As part of their work to raise funds, Cornwater Evergreens have a Club charity shop in Mansfield Nottingham selling high-quality items. With a network of 30 charity shops across central and south-west London, the Royal Trinity Hospice facilitates the support and care for people in London who are suffering from progressive, life-limiting illnesses. The Royal Trinity Hospice and Clothe Me - Thank you have now been in close partnership since January 2019. Our most recent partnership has been secured with the charitable organisation FARA. FARA raises funds to support disadvantaged and vulnerable children and young adults living in Romania. FARA currently operates 42 charity shops which are primarily based in the south-west of London. Our most recent partnership has been secured with the charitable organisation FARA which includes the Kids shops. FARAKids raises funds to support disadvantaged and vulnerable children and young adults living in Romania. FARAKids charity shops are primarily based in the south-west of London. The Vineyard Community Centre opened in Richmond Surrey in 2012, to support vulnerable local people in crisis and need. The Vineyard Community Centre runs a number of projects to support people, including a Community Cafe, Drop-in Centre and a Nurse-led service to offer health advice and support to vulnerable people. The Centre is also the base for the Richmond Foodbank and Roots, a skills and training enterprise. Vineyard Community Centre has a Charity shop, Vineyard Shop, selling a variety of quality items and working with local partners. Since its foundation in 1989, Wandsworth Oasis has provided support to - and challenged stigma towards - those living with HIV. Using revenue generated by our ten charity shops located in south London, as well as fundraiser events, we have given over £350,000 in grants to HIV-related projects and organisations during the last ten years alone. Find out more about what we do, our history and how you can help via the links below. We have a full programme of activities happening each week across all ages and our building is frequently used by community groups. Visitors to our church often say that ours is a warm and welcoming fellowship. Why not come along and decide for yourself. You don’t need to be a member or wear a uniform to attend. Sunday services are at 10.30am & children's & youth worship from 11.00am. If this is not possible for you then please browse our website and take a look at the other events, which may be of interest to you. Anyone who comes to The Salvation Army will receive assistance based solely on their need and our capacity to provide help. We work with people who are vulnerable and marginalised across the world, and offer very practical help, unconditional assistance and support regardless of race, religion, gender or sexual orientation.