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01642 608791
01642 608791
Frade logo

    About your local 
    re-use charity

    With your help we turn houses into homes, divert goods away from landfill and provide volunteer opportunities to meet individuals needs.
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    About us

    We collect your donated furniture, small appliances, garden furniture and bric-a-brac free of charge. 

    You can donate over the phone, through our website or in your local store.

    Your donations will help someone turn their house into a home and at the same time you will be diverting goods away from landfill. 

    With your support we're able to provide volunteer opportunities to meet their skill set and help them back in to employment..


    Our stores offer a wide range of quality used goods at affordable prices with new items arriving daily. 

    We compliment this with a range of new goods including beds, wardrobes and white goods.

    Any surplus funds raised are put back into the charity in the form of lower prices.

    Frade was established in 1990 and twenty eight years later we continue to provide vital support to our community with our three core aims:-

    Our three core aims:

    Reduce poverty

    We sell your donated household goods in our stores at affordable prices with further discounts of 25% for people on Universal credit/PIP.
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    Reduce waste

    We collect unwanted household items and electrical goods free of charge. It’s better for them to be re-homed than go to landfill.
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    4

    Employability

    Community work placements and volunteers gain new skills and training which helps them back in to employment.
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    Frade, Registered charity number 1020725, Registered waste carrier 19586, Company limited by guarantee number 2797811
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