Hamoaze House Charity Shop
Our Charity shop deals in all things second hand, accepting donations from across the city which are then either repaired, recycled, or repurposed for sale by a fantastic volunteer team. The shop first opened its doors in 2018 as an outreach project dedicated to helping service users gain work related skills, build relationships with our community, and bring in some revenue for the charity. Four years on and our shop is now thriving, alongside the clothes, books, artwork, DVDs, puzzles, small furniture, and electricals for sale we have also been growing an eBay page to cover all your pre-loved needs.
The Coffee Box
We are owned by the Hamoaze charity,
Staffed by volunteers, which enables 100% of our profits to go back in to Hamoaze House to help those in need.
Our aim is to provide great coffee at low prices, to build relationships within the local community, and in our small way, do what we can to help change the perception and stigma surrounding those in addiction recovery.
We specialise in coffee and conversation.
Hamoaze House was set up on the 30th June 1998, Co-founded by the late Roma French and Bob Underwood. We acquired registered charity status on the 7th July 1998.
We offer day support rehabilitation facilities for people in the community affected by problematic use of drugs and/or alcohol, and for their families and associated persons.
Our youth programme based in Seymour House provides support for young people who have struggled to engage with the mainstream education system.