ADNI would like to thank all our supporters to-date who have made donations. However, at this moment in time our Charity shop is only able to accept donations of clothes, small items of furniture, Bric a Brac items.
To keep our customers and volunteers safe and in line with Government advice, all donations will be rested for 72 hours before being placed on the shop floor.
In order to keep our volunteers and shoppers safe during covid-19 we have temporarily suspended our monthly raffle.
Charity Shop Address: 15 Connell Street Carpark, Limavady, BT49 0DB
The work of Assistance Dogs Northern Ireland is ‘transforming lives’ and our aim is continue doing so. As the Charity does not receive any government funding and relies on grants and fundraising. The Charity is working towards sustainability in order for our ‘life changing’ work to continue.
The Charity has plans for a number of Social Enterprise in order to achieve this sustainability. Monies made in the Charity shop go back into the Charity again in order to continue our ‘Life Changing Work’. The Assistance Dogs Northern Ireland Charity Shop is the first of these planned Social Enterprises.
Apart from raising much need funds , the shop offers volunteering opportunities in retail and is ideal for students the to gain experience for their Curriculum Vitae.
I would like to take the opportunity to thank anyone that supported us to date, it is very much appreciated.
All profits from the shop will be used to continue “Training Dogs to Transform Lives”.
Opening of the ADNI Charity Shop (Saturday 26th November 2016)