Our Shops

Pop in to our Dundrum branch to find out about our new projects and latest appeals, or have a browse through either of our shops for high-quality second-hand clothes, shoes, books and toys. Feel free to take a look at our hand made goods made by Syrian women and supporting Syrian refugee micro businesses whom we work closely with.  Purchases made at either of our charity shops go to support our latest relief appeals providing humanitarian aid and relief across the world.   

All are welcome and will be met with a smile.  Clothes donations are accepted in both of our branches as well as our clothes banks which are dotted around the country. Please note all clothes and goods donations are either sold at the shops or become part of our container shipments which are dispatched around the world providing clothing to the needy.

Our Shop, Dublin:

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- Human Appeal Ireland Charity Shop, Apollo house, Dundrum Road, Dublin 14

Opening Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

Telephone: 01-298-1586​

Our Shop, Athlone

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- Human Appeal Ireland Charity Shop, 47 Connaught Street, Athlone, Co Westmeath

Opening Hours: Mon-Weds 10am-5pm

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From the Launch of our South Dublin Shop

After a lot of hard work by the volunteers and staff of Human Appeal Ireland, the shop was officially opened by our South Dublin TD and Minister of State at the Department of Health, Mr Alex White on 21st of February 2014.  The turnout from the local community at the launch was amazing, making this a truly special event.  

Located at the old Apollo building near the Luas Bridge on Dundrum Road, it is hoped that the new charity shop and coffee bar will be a place where locals can meet and have a chat over a refreshing beverage, while simultaneously picking up a bargain or two from our second-hand selection and NEW handmade goods from Syrian camp micro businesses. This means that as well as contributing money for basics, people are given the ability to earn their own living.