Thrifty’s are to open a store in North Street in Horncastle, and are seeking donations of items ranging from clothes to bric-a-brac.
The charity is described by The Woodhall Spa Group of Churches as an independent shop which will raise money for local charities and good causes, including a defibrillator fund for the town.
Thrifty’s will allow the local community to decide what charities and causes will be supported.
Thrifty’s is set to open on Monday, 20 May.
Julie-Ann Clark, who runs the project, says: “After many years working within the charity sector we have seen first-hand the power of helping others and giving back to the community.
“We believe that reusing and repurposing is not only essential for the environment, but compassion and helping those around us is important for the survival of humanity.
“This is why we decided to take the plunge and open our very own Thrift shop.”
Thrifty’s will host a cake sale on 13 June to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society.
by Tom McBeth