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Seasalt in Woodbridge donates to women's refuge group

PUBLISHED: 15:39 02 August 2019 | UPDATED: 15:39 02 August 2019

Karen Clapson, Samantha Rolland and Jacci Spashett from Seasalt meet Laura Squirrell from Lighthouse Women's Aid Picture: SEASALT/LISA DOWNING

Karen Clapson, Samantha Rolland and Jacci Spashett from Seasalt meet Laura Squirrell from Lighthouse Women's Aid Picture: SEASALT/LISA DOWNING

Picture: SEASALT/LISA DOWNING

With 64 outlets dotted around the country, the clothing store Seasalt have initiated a new charity campaign, with each shop designating an organisation to donate to.

As the shops are spread nationwide, Seasalt is hoping to benefit multiple charities and organisations across the UK. The Woodbridge branch situated in the Thoroughfare have chosen to support Lighthouse Women's Aid based in Ipswich, a group that supports women, youngsters and children dealing with domestic violence abuse and have generously donated £500.

Providing safe environments to temporarily live in and teaching new skills, the group helps to build a positive and hopeful future for survivors.

The staff will also spend a day volunteering with Lighthouse Women's Aid and two other charities, as well as donating its handmade window displays to schools and community groups.

Deap Khambay, head of sustainability at Seasalt, said: "Community is immensely important to us at Seasalt, and I am extremely proud that everyone has embraced the opportunity to positively impact more communities than ever before."

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