Maslow's Community - Shop

Delivered by Maslow's Community
Note: this service is only for refugees or asylum seekers and unemployed people
  • Crisis support and emergency food

Second hand goods shop, volunteer run with profits going back into the community. We provide free clothing & household goods to asylum seekers and people in the local community who are experiencing hardship.

You can make a self referral if you are an asylum seeker or otherwise in need of clothing/household goods, please visit the shop, and one of our volunteers will register you, and give you a voucher. No-one is turned away, and we'll do our best to provide you with what you need!

Each adult gets a £20 voucher that renews every month. For families we give out one voucher, but the value changes depending on the age and number of children. Once you have the voucher you can use the shop like any other shop, choosing what you would like and paying at the counter using the voucher. One of our volunteers will write your new balance on the voucher for next time, based on what you purchase.

Open Monday to Friday, 10am - 4pm (except Wednesdays when we are open from 1pm - 4pm)

Service availability

Monday
10am to 4pm
Tuesday
10am to 4pm
Wednesday
1pm to 4pm
Thursday
10am to 4pm
Friday
10am to 4pm

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