Your local Oxfam shop is the perfect place to snap up pre-loved clothes, books, vintage items and lots of other hidden treasures
Every penny or cent you spend in any one of our shops in Ireland helps to support our wonderful work around the world. Our shops also accept any unwanted clothes or other items you might have – so do yourself, and others, real good and drop in today!
From impulse purchases to that top that colour clashes (and not in a good way) with the rest of your wardrobe, we all have things taking up precious space in our closets and on our shelves. By donating to Oxfam, you’ll be freeing up space in your life and making a real difference to people affected by poverty.
Home & Furniture
From budget buys to sought-after design classics, our Oxfam Home shops have something for everyone. With our extensive selection of furniture, antiques, tableware, ceramics, artwork, electrical goods, homewares and fabrics, you can transform your home for less while helping to fund our vital work around the world with communities affected by poverty. If you have unwanted household items you’d like to donate, your nearest Oxfam Home would love to hear from you. With everything from antique china tea-sets to Chesterfield sofas, our Oxfam Home shops are a treasure trove of collectors’ items along with good quality, practical essentials such as dining room table suites, wardrobes, desks, sofas and chairs. And if you’re looking for the finishing touches like artwork, crockery and lighting, our shops in Belfast and Dublin have it covered.
Bridal & Wedding
Did you know that 90% of our dresses are brand new and have been gifted to Oxfam by designers and bridal boutiques? You don’t have to spend a fortune to look a million dollars. We’ve got a beautiful collection of brand new and pre-loved wedding dresses along with accessories. From vintage to the occasional Vera Wang, our dedicated Oxfam Bridal boutiques in Dublin and Belfast stock all styles and sizes. By supporting Oxfam, your big day creates a brighter future for people affected by poverty.