Moving firm to deliver unwanted furniture to EACH and The Big C for free
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People moving home in the Brandon area will no longer have to see their unwanted sofa, coffee table or tea set go to waste after a removal firm pledged to ship them to charities for free.
Abels Moving Services, based in Brandon, has promised to take its clients' unwanted household items to East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH) and The Big C so they can sell them on in their shops across East Anglia.
John Watson, Managing Director of Abels Moving Services, said: 'Abels has a long history of supporting local charities and we are pleased to be forging a new relationship with these charities, who do such valuable work across East Anglia.
'We actively encourage our customers to donate unwanted items directly to us, and promote the charities they will be passed on to for sale in their shops.'
Items donated can include furniture, ornaments, books, china and glassware. All items collected by Abels are then passed onto both EACH and The Big C Charity for sale in their retail outlets.
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Gabrielle Spray, Head of Retails for EACH, added: 'We are thrilled to be receiving such generous donations from Abels Moving Services and their clients, and I would like to thank the whole team at Abels for choosing to support EACH.
'EACH cares for children and young people with life-threatening conditions and supports their families. We rely heavily on fundraising and donations so the money raised by the sales of these donations will allow us to continue to provide these valuable services.'
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For more information on Abels Moving Service visit www.abels.co.uk.