All Aboard first multi-charity pop-up store at Brent Cross

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All Aboard first multi-charity pop-up store at Brent Cross

Former Topshop retail space to offer pre-loved goods from 10 charity retailers, including All Aboard, Cancer Research UK and Shelter

All Aboard part of the first charity supermarket pop up at Brent Cross shopping centre, north London.
All Aboard part of the first charity supermarket pop up at Brent Cross shopping centre, north London.

A chain of shops selling pre-loved items to raise funds for charity is part of a ‘Charity Supermarket’ pop-up encouraging shoppers to buy responsibly. 

All Aboard, with 21 branches across London and Manchester, is part of the venture at Brent Cross shopping centre in north-west London.

The brainchild of Wayne Hemmingway, founder of 90s fashion brand Red or Dead, and Maria Chenoweth, CEO of charity TRAID, the pop-up will be hosted in the space formerly occupied by fashion outlet Topshop until 25 February. It’s the UK’s first shop space hosting multiple charities under one roof.

Wayne Hemingway MBE (Founder of Charity Super.Mkt and Hemingway Design), Maria Chenoweth (Founder of Charity Super.Mkt & CEO of Traid), Aidan Kirwan (Ecommerce & Distributions Manager at All Aboard) and Evelyn Andresier (Marketing & Collections Manager at All Aboard).

Shoppers can choose from an edit of pre-loved womens-wear, menswear and accessories curated by All Aboard and nine other charity retailers, including Marie Curie, Barnado’s, Cancer Research UK, TRAID, Havens Hospices, homeless charities Shelter and Emmaus, Spitalfields Crypt Trust and Age UK.

All Aboard raises funds for charities in the Jewish community including Chai Cancer Care, Gesher School, Maccabi GB, Jewish Women’s Aid, Nightingale Hammerson, Seed and the Anne Frank Trust.

You can find out more about the Charity Supermarket here.

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