British Heart Foundation Sets up Free Item Donation Service by Post

Posted on: June 22, 2020

The British Heart Foundation is launching a free postal donation service in a bid to reduce the number of people visiting its 750 shops when they begin to reopen over the next few weeks.

The charity said smaller items, including books, clothes and vintage toys, donated to the charity retailer through its new post-and-donate service would be sold on the charity’s eBay store online or in one of its shops.

Supporters can access the charity’s free service through its website by requesting a freepost label.

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