Gallop into op shop to raise money for RDA, Cancer Council

FIND A BARGAIN: The Odd Bods' annual summer op shop fundraiser is open in Victor Harbor until January 16. Photo: Supplied.

FIND A BARGAIN: The Odd Bods' annual summer op shop fundraiser is open in Victor Harbor until January 16. Photo: Supplied.

The Odd Bods' annual summer op shop fundraiser is open in Victor Harbor until Saturday, January 16.

The Odd Bods, who take part in the local Relay for Life every year, set up the shop with donated clothes and goods to sell and raise money for Cancer Council SA.

This year, they have combined with Victor Harbor's Riding for the Disabled Association branch to collect much-needed funds for their charities - usually between $5000 and $6000 is raised in total.

Their clothing sale is held in the CWA Hall on the corner of Torrens and Crozier Roads between 9.30am and 4.30pm until Saturday, January 16.

Hand sanitiser will be supplied at the door.

The charities are accepting donations of good quality clean clothes and accessories, and small bric-a-brac items, which they can sell.

They cannot accept donations of furniture this year as there is not enough room due to the four-square-metre rule imposed as part of COVID-19 restrictions.

Clothing can be dropped off during the sale or left with PJD Real Estate (formerly Raine and Horne) on Ocean Street.

Anyone keen to assist with the sales is welcome to do either a morning shift from 9am to 12.30pm, or afternoon shift from 12.30pm to 4.30pm.

For more information, contact Claire Fuller on 8554 2939 or Jan Evers on 0412 360 186.

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