THE BLUE Cross is appealing to the community to support its shop in Pershore as they reopen.
The stores raise cash for the thousands of unwanted, abandoned and sick pets cared for by the charity’s rehoming centres and hospitals every year.
The charity is hoping pet lovers will consider joining the local team and for donations of good quality items.
Volunteer opportunities range from sorting and displaying stock to helping customers, serving on the till and helping out with window displays. Time commitment is flexible.
Every donation really helps the organisation raise vital funds to help the sick, injured, abandoned and homeless pets in its care.
Nicky Carr, manager of the Droitwich Blue Cross shop said: “We are extremely grateful to donors, like Josh Woodland who generously donated his collection of Eddie Stobart lorries to our Droitwich shop which has raised over £1,100.
“To make a donation please contact the shop to arrange a time to drop off the items and please wear a face covering when inside.”
To find out more about volunteering, contact any of the local shops to speak to the team or go to bluecross.org.uk/volunteer.