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Designer wedding items for sale at COPE Galway’s online charity shop via Thriftify

With love in the air this season, brides need look no further than COPE Galway’s online charity shop, hosted by their charity retail partners, Thriftify.

COPE Galway Charity Shop is selling a beautiful range of designer wedding dresses and shoes on Thriftify. Many of the bridal items are new, donated by local bridal shops. You can access the COPE Galway shop via www.thriftify.ie or see the many wedding dresses and shoes we have available in the “Sustainable Bridal” link on the Thriftify home page.

Shop manager Allison Currah says of the collection, “We are thrilled to have partnered with Thriftify, the national online selling platform for charity shops, and offer some of our best stock online. Thriftify have recently launched their bridal wear and, from this Valentines Week, we are excited to offer our wedding dresses and new bridal shoes to anyone planning to wed. Today’s brides are likely to think green, recycle and save money – and now they can support a Galway charity too!”

The COPE Galway Charity Shop page has many well-known brands and styles available for sustainable-thinking brides, from an exquisite Ian Stuart Bohemian gown to Vintage styles from Coast, along with a selection of new silk ivory Benjamin Adams bridal footwear. All “worn once” dresses have been cleaned, and there is a range of sizes to choose from across the collection.

“While the doors of our modern shop on Saint Augustine Street in Galway have been shut during lockdown, you can still find some of our treasures on our Thriftify page,” continued Allison. “By reselling, we are recycling jewellery, handbags, women and men’s fashions, books, DVDs, CDs.  All our items on Thriftify are refundable so you can buy and try in the comfort of your own home, and we are on hand to answer any queries you might have on the items on 085 878 5282.”

The local charity, COPE Galway, understands, respects and responds to the needs of people who struggle with the challenges of homelessness and domestic abuse and supports older people towards healthy and active ageing. All funds raised by COPE Galway Charity Shop make a difference by empowering people, creating change and strengthening communities.

Search COPE Galway shop via www.thriftify.ie to browse COPE Galway Charity Shop collection.

Further information on the COPE Galway Charity Shop Facebook and Instagram pages.

Photos and Captions further below.

 

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Contact Allison Currah, 085 878 5282

COPE Galway Charity Shop Wedding Collection via Thriftify

two cope wedding dresses from thriftify

Photo 1 – Nicole Okinokabu models Maggie Sottero dress, size 6 from the COPE Galway Charity Shop Wedding Collection, available for purchase via www.thriftify.ie. Visit COPE Galway Charity Shop’s Thriftify page to view the full collection of exquisite wedding dresses and new wedding shoes. Photo: Sara Mauvoisin, Nasfer Photography. Styling: Kássia Simas

Photo 2 – Flávia Simas models Vintage 90s Romantica dress, size 12 from the COPE Galway Charity Shop Wedding Collection, available for purchase via www.thriftify.ie. Visit COPE Galway Charity Shop’s Thriftify page to view the full collection of exquisite wedding dresses and new wedding shoes. Photo: Sara Mauvoisin, Nasfer Photography. Styling: Kássia Simas

 

COPE Galway Background Information

COPE Galway is a local Galway organisation whose vision is for a community where every person is valued, cared for and supported at every stage of life. COPE Galway understands, respects and responds to the needs of people who struggle with the challenges of homelessness and domestic abuse and supports older people towards healthy and active ageing.

In 2019, COPE Galway worked with 2,984 vulnerable people in Galway. This included 1,189 adults and 433 children affected by homelessness, (187 families and 868 single people). They also worked with 638 individual women and their children who were experiencing Domestic Abuse, produced and delivered 61,016 meals to older clients and to their services around Galway and worked with 724 older people at risk of isolation. The organisation also supported 2,938 individuals with food from the Fund for European Aid to the most Deprived (FEAD) Programme and distributed over 700 school kits.

COPE Galway’s strategy for 2020-2025 focuses the organisation on its mission: Making a difference by empowering people, creating change and strengthening communities. COPE Galway places its values – rights, respect, hope, community, safety and professionalism – at the heart of its work in the community.

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