Amazon is opening a shop selling returned goods at 50% off.
The Second Chance Store for the next few weeks will be selling unwanted items like household appliances with all proceeds to the Barnardo’s charity.
Amazon said it was “contributing to a more circular economy”.
The tech giant has donated more than 4,000 products to the shop, at The Brunswick Centre in Bloomsbury, Central London.
Barnardo’s said: “The funds raised will help us continue supporting families and ensuring children have the best possible start in life.”
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