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Donate stock to The Rainy Day Trust

Bryan Clover, ceo at the Rainy Day Trust has issued a plea to the housewares industry, asking for donations of any excess stock to assist the charity in its fundraising.

“If you’ve got old or unwanted stock, and are contemplating sending it to landfill, please don’t.  Not only is it not good for the environment, but the Rainy Day Trust can make use of it,” states Brian. “We can sell it through various means (eBay, Facecbook Marketplace and local fairs) and help raise the funds that we desperately need to keep going. We want to be here long-term for the people in our industry who need our help.”

Above: Housewares supplier The DRH Collection donated some old stock to the Rainy Day Trust. It was sold on to raise much-needed funds.
Above: Housewares supplier The DRH Collection donated some old stock to the Rainy Day Trust. It was sold on to raise much-needed funds.

Bryan adds: COVID-19 has had a massive effect on our income at the Rainy Day Trust, so this is a golden opportunity for you to support us at no cost to you – and we can help you clear out the warehouse at the same time.  We can arrange delivery at a time to suit you”

Any housewares companies that can help should email bryan@rainydaytrust.org.uk

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