14th June: Natascha Engel, MP for North East Derbyshire, visited two Clay Cross shops, run by Ashgate Hospice and the Lighthouse Charity.
12th June: John Penrose MP has donated to Weston Hospicecare.
7th June: A tombola event for a DebRA shop in Runcorn was covered in the local news.
28th May: We have added more information on Nick Clegg's charity shop visit, here.
26th May: Some charities are still getting coverage from the campaign, as newspapers receive word of MP donations, like Eric Pickles, reported in the Brentwood Weekly News and Jane Ellison, reported in the Wandsworth Guardian.
23rd May: The Worcester branch of Cats Protection were visited by the Mayor & Mayoress, Dr David Tibbut and Jane Tibbut, who brought a donation along.
22nd May: We've added even more new stories to the coverage page, with donations from MPs Gareth Thomas, Jason McCartney and David Evennett.
18th May: You can now watch CEO Warren Alexander be interviewed for Reuters as part of a profile piece on charity shops and the campaign.
15th May: Sheryll Murray MP made a donation to CLIC Sargent’s Saltash store, and sent us through a photograph of the donation taking place.
14th May: A trio of splendid comedians - Ben Target, Thom Tuck and Tom Goodliffe - made a donation of unwanted items to Sue Ryder Care in Camden on Monday morning at 10am. And we have the pictures to prove it.
14th May: Comedian Patrick Monahan, who will be presenting the Awards at the Association's Annual Conference, has agreed to make a donation this week.
12th May: Nick Clegg made a donation in his Sheffield Hallam constituency, to the Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity shop.
10th May: Sue Baker, manager of the YMCA shop in Cheltenham, got in touch to let us know of the special events the shop will be running next week. You can read about them here.
9th May: Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has confirmed he will be making a donation as part of the Choose Charity Shops campaign.
8thMay: Nick Hurd, Member of Parliament for Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner and the Minister for Civil Society, today donated to his local RSPCA charity shop in Eastcote as part of the Choose Charity Shops campaign. He also offered a message of support for the campaign, which you can read here.
7th May: We have our 100th charity sign up as participants in the campaign; many of these are planning regional events in their shops. Do get in touch with us if you would like to find out more.
6th May: We have attracted more friends to our Facebook page about the campaign. Please do link to us from your own Facebook pages, be it personal or business.