Charity Shop

Dóchas Midwest Autism Support has a charity shop at 14 Parnell Street, Limerick. The shop is run by our Shop Manager and a team of wonderful, dedicated and hard-working staff and volunteers who we could not do without. Our shop is a vital important part of our income generation and we rely on it for sustainable cash flow. This allows us to plan ahead the provision of a number of our services for children and young adults with Autism, and their families.

We hope you will have an opportunity to visit our shop and make a purchase or two, as there are always fantastic bargains to be had. Alternatively you can visit the Charity Shop Facebook page:

How to Donate Stock

We are dependent on the generosity of the public for our Charity Shop’s stock so we welcome donations of good quality items including:

  • Ladies Clothes/Hats/Scarves/Jewellery
  • Handbags/Shoes/Boots/Sandals
  • Gents Clothes/shoes/Ties/Belts/Watches
  • Kitchenware/Crockery/Glasses/Bric-a-Brac
  • Babies Clothes
  • Linen/Curtains/Cushions/Art
  • DVDS
  • Books

(If you are donating clothing or linen we kindly ask that you ensure all items are washed)

Useful Information

Address: 14 Parnell Street, Limerick, V94 D378
Opening Hours: 9.30am – 4.30pm, Mon to Fri
Phone: 061-405 923
Shop Manager: Anne O’Connor

Charity Shop Facebook Page

To keep up to date with special offers, events and notices relating to our charity shops, you can follow our Charity Shop Facebook page.

Become a Charity Shop Volunteer

If you have some free time during the day, Monday to Saturday we would be very interested in talking to you about volunteering in our Charity Shop. It’s a great way to meet new people, learn a new skill and get involved in your local community. Volunteer tasks can include assisting customers and sorting out stock.

Please click here and send us your details and our Charity Shop Manager will contact you.

Get in Touch. Get Involved.

Dóchas Midwest Autism Support was established by parents in 1997 in response to the need for an organisation to represent the needs of people diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder in the Mid-West region. The charity supports children, young adults and their families.

14 Parnell Street, Limerick