A Question of Charity.
But before all that painful dressing and what not I have a question.
Has anyone every heard of the Ray of Light Charity?
I got a sticky posted through my door the other day from said charity,
please donate all types of wearable ladies, gents, children's clothing, blankets, shoes etc, that you have no further use for. All clothes are shipped to under-developed countries to improve their lives and welfare.
PLease support out work.
Please fix the label provided to bags or boxes and place outside your homes in clear view.
The bags will be collected on wednesday.
Collection starts from 9an till 2pm, whatever the weather.
Thank you for caring.
And that was that, but I googled Ray of Light and can't find them anywhere. I've never heard of them and I was wondering has anyone else? The Paramour reckons it's just a chap named 'Ray'.
I suppose I could just ring the number and ask, indeed I may do so after lunch.
Country Gay tell me there are loads of collection charities these days and that many of them are scams. The clothes are often rewashed, labels removed and sold in second hand shops marked off as retro or whatever Not being pissy about it, but if that's the case I'd rather recycle clothing to reputable charities, I like Age Action Ireland for example, and recently I dropped a load of books to Oxfam. I don't mind supporting a charity in any way, but I don't want to support scam artists.
So, Ray of Light? Anyone?
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