Safe@Last: Charity shop with a difference returns to Meadowhall

Safe@Last founder Hilary Massarella in Charity Chicks
Safe@Last founder Hilary Massarella in Charity Chicks

Bargain hunters have just two days left to raid the rails at South Yorkshire’s newest pop-up charity shop.

Dinnington based young runaways charity Safe@Last has set up its Charity Chicks fashion boutique once again at Meadowhall Shopping Centre.

The boutique is located on Lower Park Lane between House of Fraser and Debenhams and is open until Sunday 25th August.

You can pick up quality new and used clothes and accessories which have been kindly donated by supporters of the charity.

The aim is to raise funds and awareness for vulnerable children across South Yorkshire, who are at risk of running away.

“We’re very grateful to Meadowhall for their continuing support and inviting Charity Chicks to return,” said Hillary Massarella, Safe@Last’s founder trustee.

“We’re excited to be in a new location and hope that lots of people will visit us to see the treasures we have on offer.”

“Recycling and purchasing used clothes is a great ways to support charities, and shoppers can pick up some amazing bargains.”

Alex Caley, retail promotions and events manager for Meadowhall, added: “We are delighted to be hosting the Charity Chicks pop up fashion boutique as part of this summer’s Park Life Campaign.”

“Charity Chicks has proved a huge hit with our shoppers in the past, and we hope that the boutique will once again raise thousands of pounds for the very worthy charity Safe@Last.”

The funds raised by the boutique will contribute towards Safe@Lasts’s education and prevention programme which educates children and young people about the risks and dangers of running away.