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Visit our charity shops for great deals on second-hand clothing, shoes and other goods for men, women and children. All profits from our charity shops go towards funding our disability services.

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Second-hand Shopping with Enable Ireland Charity Shops 

If you love a second-hand find our charity shops are a great place to browse and find great deals on previously loved name-brand clothing, shoes and other goods for men, women and children.  It’s not just the prices that will amaze you, you’ll be amazed at the quality and variety of items we have on sale in Enable Ireland charity shops.

Clean and Quality Second-hand Goods

All of the clothing and goods donated are carefully sorted and steamed before going on our charity shop floor. All second-hand items sold in our shops have a shelf life of just 7 days, if they don’t sell in this time we replace them with new ones. So you don’t have to wait a whole season to get your new look! Just pop back next Saturday! Second-hand shopping in Enable Ireland charity shops is also a great way to give back to your local community and support disability services.

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100% of our profits support our services for people with disabilities

Second-hand shopping in Enable Ireland charity shops is a great way to give back to your local community and support disability services. Did you know that not all charity shops and recycling banks are 100% for charity? Well, WE ARE! Enable Ireland own and operate 100% of all our textile banks and charity shops. We take your castaways and sell them in our charityshops, ensuring that the maximum value goes back into our services for children and adults with disabilities. We turn your unwanted items into cash for our charity.

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