Mustard Tree was delighted to receive a very generous donation from the UK Point of Sale Group. The organisation, who are the UK’s No.1 p.o.s. manufacturer, gifted £200 worth of their stock to our Ancoats shop, including 4 bump bins, 4 poster holders, 1 tagging gun, 1 barrier post and 1 A1 A-board.
Many of these items would be perfect for small business in the area, with the a-board and poster holders in particular being ideal for showcasing promotional material. The tagging gun, designed for putting labels on garments, would be extremely useful for small clothes manufacturers. We’re sure that it won’t be long before someone gives them a new home, so head down to our shop soon to avoid being disappointed!
Mustard Tree shops rely on generous donations from individuals and businesses throughout the region and we are always looking for more contributions. The proceeds made from the sale of items in our shop go directly to helping the charity and its clients, and the many projects we run, from the Ready for Work Club to the Freedom Project.
UKPOS’s Georgia Jameson said: “We’re delighted to be able to offer assistance to Mustard Tree which provides such vital support to those who are homeless or marginalised across the north west. There are numerous reasons why people find themselves homeless – sadly, mental health issues for example still carry a stigma, leaving people feeling vulnerable, afraid to seek help and ultimately alienated. We’re very proud to support local charities who are working so hard to turn lives around.”
Mustard Tree extends a huge thankyou to the UK Point of Sale Group for their kind donation and their support.
Written by Jamie Faulkner, FireCask