Frade has it’s roots in Stockton-on-Tees. We’ve been here since 1990 and we extend our services across Middlesbrough, Darlington and surrounding areas.
We aim to:-
We sell your donated household goods in our stores at affordable prices with further discounts of 25% for people on the lowest incomes.
We collect unwanted household items and electrical goods for free. It’s better for them to be re-homed than go to landfill .
Community work placements and volunteers gain new skills and training from us which helps them back in to employment.
Could this be you?
Do you feel isolated?
Do you miss regular interaction with like minded people?
Do you wish to learn new skills?
Would you like to share your knowledge with others?
If you answer yes to any or all of these then consider participating in our new Men’s Shed project with us at Belle Vue parade in Middlesbrough
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“I have been volunteering for Frade for two years now and I really enjoy being a part of a team. Frade is a lovely place to work and it’s a great feeling helping my community.”
“I was lucky enough to be offered a four week placement at Frade. They gave me training on their logistics system. Here I am 6 months later helping to organise collections and deliveries to customers. I’m glad I could help support them in making their house into a home.
“Volunteering for Frade has changed my life! I had no confidence and lost direction. With their help and support I am back on track and looking forward to the future”