Big bargains at Liverpool op shop

Op Shop Week: Liverpool Lifeline staff Becca Glover, Naomi Kuzmik and Katelyn Renton. Picture: Simon Bennett

Op Shop Week: Liverpool Lifeline staff Becca Glover, Naomi Kuzmik and Katelyn Renton. Picture: Simon Bennett

LIFELINE charity op shops are offering 25 per cent off prices store-wide until August 31, as part of National Op Shop Week.

The week, organised by Do Something! and the National Association of Charitable Recycling Organisations, aims to boost fund-raising in communities.

Lifeline's Liverpool store assistant manager, Naomi Kuzmik, said it was a good time for local residents to consider clearing out their wardrobes of unwanted clothing.

"Household items and clothing are always welcome," she said.

"We have six donation bins located at our store and they are emptied twice a week.

"The donations are collected and taken to Smeaton Grange where they get sorted and redistributed to the Macarthur line of stores."

Miss Kuzmik said she loved working at Lifeline Liverpool and found it quite rewarding.

"I like to keep in contact with my regular customers and I even go and search through the clothes with them," she said.

"I'd like to encourage everyone to come out and have a look at our store — there will always be a treasure to be found."

Lifeline Liverpool is open seven days and is located at 66 Macquarie Street.

Profits raised from the Liverpool store go to Lifeline's Macarthur Crisis Support services.

Details: lifelinemacarthur.org.au.

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