5 Charity Shops to visit in Manchester

Here’s a list of 5 Charity Shops in Manchester for you to visit. You never know what you might find and what good cause you are contributing to!

Goodstock by vInspired


About the Charity: vInspired are a charity that aim to increase employability, confidence and skills in young people by funding programmes that help young people gain life skills. The shop is also run by friendly young people and has clothes that are the complete opposite of the old-fashioned, worn-out clothes that you may usually come across in Charity Shops.

Where: 6 Oxford Rd, Manchester M1 5QA

Contact: 0161 236 3258

Sue Ryder


About the Charity: Sue Ryder was a humanitarian who began her work in WWII, helping people in the UK and  internationally who had complex needs and life threatening conditions. Her legacy lives on through the charity, which continues to provide neurological support to those who need emotional and practical help.

Where: 553 Wilbraham Rd, Manchester M21 0AE

Contact: 0161 881 3578

The Mustard Tree


About: The Mustard Tree is a charity that supports the homeless and those trapped in poverty. All proceeds contribute towards items such as food parcels, meals and much more.

Where: 110 Oldham Rd, Manchester M4 6AG

Contact: 0161 228 7331


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About: This well-known charity aims to tackle poverty and work on issues such as food, water, health and education. In 2015-2016, this charity has made a remarkable impact around the world such as making 390,000 women aware that they have the ability to stand up for their rights. They have also reached 4.3 million people by promoting health through activities and the charity continues to do so, and much more, with the help of those who support the movement.

Where: Oxfam Emporium- 8-10 Oldham Street and Oxfam Shop- 300/302 Oxford Road

Contact: 0161 228 3797


About: Barnardo’s is the UK’s largest children’s charity and this shop is one of the 700 charity shops across the UK. The shop offers a variety of things to buy and 100% of the profits made go towards children who are in need.

Where: Click here to find your local shop!

Remember, you can also donate items to these charity shops too!

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