|Hilary Scott, Retail Development Manager, Ulster Cancer Foundation (UCF) congratulates BT volunteers Paul Logue, Peter Breen and Lynda Rainey who cleared up the yard at UCF's charity shop, 21 Antrim Street, Lisburn.|
LOCAL BT volunteers Paul Logue, Peter Breen and Lynda Rainey helped the yard at the Ulster Cancer Foundation's Lisburn shop go from a mess to success, when they recently cleared the yard.
The volunteers were congratulated by Hilary Scott, Retail Development Manager of the Ulster Cancer Foundation (UCF) after they cleared up the yard at the shop at 21 Antrim Street, Lisburn.
Not only has this made a positive contribution to the environment and improved the work area for UCF shop staff and volunteers but, when covered, it will provide extra storage space for larger stock items, such as furniture.
UCF charity shops offer a full range of goods at a fraction of their
previous prices. UCF welcome donations of clothing, accessories, homeware,
books, CD's/DVD's, toys, furniture and knick-knacks.
If you are donating furniture or more than 8 black bags of goods we can also arrange for them to be collected.
Please contact Marlene at UCF on 028 9066 3281 for further details. If you would like to volunteer at UCF's charity shop in Lisburn please drop in and have a chat with the Manager.
You do not need any special skills as you will receive on-the-job training and ongoing support.
For further information on UCF please click on www.ulstercancer.org.