Your donations to the Arthritis Research Campaign shop based in Colchester, provide a vital source of income, enabling research in to the causes of arthritis resulting in better treatment for people living with arthritis.
ARTHRITIS RESEARCH CAMPAIGN CHARITY SHOP - COLCHESTER
For gifts and goods of all kinds visit Colchester’s Arthritis Research Campaign’s Charity Shop
As a leading charity into arthritis research ARC needs every penny it can raise to continue in its work to combat this pernicious disease. Our shop in Crouch Street, Colchester is one of several across the country which helps provide this vital funding. If you are looking for a gift that is out of the ordinary, a book or CD no longer generally available or some useful, inexpensive, domestic utensil you could well find it in one of ARC’s charity shops.
ARC receives no government funding and is totally reliant on voluntary contributions. All monies received go into the work of fighting the many facetted, cruel and painful disease that is arthritis. Arthritis can strike the young, the middle-aged or elderly and you can help in many and various ways to assist ARC to overcome it. We need volunteer workers and fundraisers, we require people to take part in various national or locally sponsored events; however much you can give us in time or funds we need your help. To find out more please visit our Charity Shop in Colchester.
Our Charity shops are welcoming and bright places and bring us a vital source of income. Arthritis is a debilitating disease but with your help we are working to minimise its worst effects. Visit ARC’s charity shop in Colchester’s Crouch Street, for every purchase made there contributes to our work to help those who suffer from this painful condition.
ARC Charity Shop 41 Crouch Street Colchester CO3 3EN
Tel: Colchester (01206) 369221
Please mention that you found us here in the Charity Shops section here on The Best of Colchester
The Arthritis Research Campaign is a fantastic charity, funding huge amounts of research into arthritis and possible cures/preventions. I normally pop into the ARC shop a couple of times a year to pick...