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Charity Shops
Charity shops are shops created by organizations to raise money for charity, help people, etc. Products sold there are generally donated by other people who do not use or want this kind of things. The most donated products are clothes and books.
Charity shops are very famous in some countries like the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada. Clients in this shops are generally people who are frugal, who expends safely their money. Also enviromentalists are use to buy second hand clothes because it helps to the environment. This is a good form of recycling.
There are many examples of charity shops: the Salvation Army, Oxfam, and Goodwill.
Oxfam is an international charity which is focused on fighting poverty. There are lots of Oxfam's shops, around 700. The Salvation Army is a Protestant Christian denomination and an international charity which has become famous around the world for its work in the social services.
Everyshops offer you to donate everything you want: books, music, toys, furniture and jewellery. For it you can drop the items in any charity shop. The problem is that there aren't any charity shops in Argentina.
Another problem is that they don't wash used clothes. They only throw clothes that are very dirty.
Charity shops are very important for the community because this shops helps people who have less resourses than the common people and they need cheap clothes.