re3 has been working with Sue Ryder since 2011 and continues to be help benefit thousands of people each year who are in need of care.
Every year, Sue Ryder provides over 4 million hours of end of life and long-term care in the UK to people living with a range of complex and life threatening conditions. At a local level, Sue Ryder Duchess of Kent House and Nettlebed Hospice provide end of life care to hundreds of people each year in and around Central and West Berkshire and South Oxfordshire.
Items of furniture brought to either Smallmead or Longshot Lane are initially inspected by site staff. Any items assessed and deemed to meet the minimum criteria set out by Sue Ryder are put to one side and then collected by the charity for sale in their shops. A total of £22,352.50 was raised in the previous contract year through this partnership and this money helps Sue Ryder continue to provide expert care that makes a real difference to the quality of people’s lives.