Oxfam reports 'significant' drop in donations

PUBLISHED: 13:02 20 May 2009 | UPDATED: 23:33 15 June 2010

A SECOND Honiton charity has reported a significant decline in support.

A SECOND Honiton charity has reported a significant decline in support.Donations of goods have dried up at Oxfam, in High Street.Deputy shop manager Keith Hunter admits the outlet is low in stock.He said: "Recently Oxfam has recorded a significant decline in the amount of donations. We are quite low in stock and are struggling to keep shelves topped up. "Oxfam, like other charities relies on the goodwill and support of the public so he is asking people to have another look in their lofts, garages and cupboards to see if they can help."Mr Hunter added: "We would very much appreciate donations of good quality books, bric-a-brac, CDs and DVDs and clothing. "We are also looking for donations of time. "If you have any spare time and would like to help in the shop please get in touch!


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