If your items don’t sell you can simply collect them, or we will donate them to one of our chosen charities. So you’ll either make a good return on your fashion investment or donate it to a good cause. With Dress, it’s win-win.
Here at Dress, we feel it’s important to give something back to those who need it the most. It’s a passion of ours. That’s why we’ve chosen to partner with Caudwell Children, a marvellous charity which provides life-changing support for disabled children and their families who have to cope with life-limiting illnesses every day. So every time you choose to buy or sell with Dress, you’ll be able to look in the mirror and say “I made a difference”.
Any unwanted items that we don’t sell are donated to our chosen charity shop partner, East Cheshire Hospice. East Cheshire Hospice is a warm and welcoming space for adults facing life limiting illness. They serve the communities of Macclesfield, Buxton, Congleton, High Legh, High Peak, Knutsford, Poynton, Wilmslow and the surrounding areas. Providing care, comfort and compassionate support to patients and their loved ones.
Whatever you’re going through, a Samaritan will face it with you. Their support is there 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Helping people going through a difficult time, if you are worried about someone else, in health and care, in our schools, our military and armed forces community and in the workplace.
Windyway Trust was formed as a Charity in February 2005. A group of like-minded people, who cared for animals, were asked to form a charity to support the rescue and rehoming of animals at Windyway Animal Sanctuary in Macclesfield.
Seashell is based in Cheadle Hulme and provides education and residential care for children and young people aged 2 to 25 with profound learning disabilities and sensory impairments. All of our children and young people have a degree of brain damage, resulting in profound, multiple and complex disabilities. We also offer Short Break (respite) provision, an award-winning Children’s Able and Disabled Sports (CADS) Programme, support for families, a stay and play scheme for babies and toddlers with complex disabilities and an outreach team providing workshops for parents and professionals. We are so grateful to Christine and Dress for supporting us.
CWA, formerly known as Cheshire Without Abuse, is a Cheshire-based charity supporting families affected by domestic abuse. From crisis accommodation, practical support & a 24-hour helpline, to counselling & recovery programmes; their whole family service is designed to help everyone affected by domestic abuse. Since 1977, CWA has been working towards an ambitious vision to create: “A healthy community where adults and children can live free from the fear of domestic abuse”.
Their Live Free Community Store on Jordangate in Macclesfield is not only a charity store, it is also a toiletries and clothing bank for those who are supported by My CWA.