Many people associate our name with their local Sue Ryder shop.
And it's in your local shop that you can really help support us in one of the best ways possible.
We're in high streets, retail parks and local parades in over 400 locations up and down the country. Each shop is vital in raising money to improve health and social care across the UK, and each shop is very much part of the local community.
Our shops aren't only a convenient place to donate to or to bag a bargain, but also a place to volunteer; a place where you can help to support us in the work we're doing whilst you gain training, experience and a whole range of new skills.
They're also a hub for local fundraising activities, such as sponsored events and raffles. Go along and talk to your local team and see how you can get involved.
By supporting our shops in whatever way you can, you're helping us to expand our specialist palliative, long-term and end of life care services in local communities across the country.
We sell a full range of secondhand items. Everything from a three piece suite to a three piece suit; from a 'worn only once' designer dress to a 'one-off' vintage frock.
We can dress your whole family and furnish your house at the same time. And with new stock being put out daily, you never know what you are going to find on your next visit.
We also sell a great range of new goods. Dolls' houses and accessories, guitars and other musical instruments, artist materials and an exciting choice of gifts, cards and accessories.
These can be found both in store or online where you can get the full range delivered to your door.
As we continue to grow the number of shops, we're expanding our range of specialist shops.
Our superstores are filled with clothing, bric-a-brac, books and furniture all under one roof, often at clearance prices.
Furniture stores - offering second hand and new furniture as well as bric-a-brac and electrical items.
Vintage and retro – real treasure troves of one off items of clothing as well as period bric-a-brac and collectibles.
Re-use centres – located at local amenity recycling centres we divert saleable items ending up in landfill.
Clearance shops - a chance to fill up your bags at lower than usual prices
Find your local shop