A new meaning to emergency chocolate this Christmas

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Posted by Laurel on Sunday 17th of November 2019




Housing and homelessness charity Shelter have?launched a unique festive pop-up shop in Seven Dials, London, to target the housing crisis this Christmas.

And for the first time ever in the UK, supporters will be able to donate to Shelter using a unique ”tap to donate” point with each £3 donation triggering more than 650 giant stars to twinkle.

The exciting interactive Christmas light installation, located on Earlham Street, will run until early January.

And the store, at 72 Neal Street in Covent Garden, will run for six weeks. It offers a carefully curated mix of high-end bargains from fashion, seasonal gifts and cards, to jewellery and collectables.

Shelter will also be selling its latest invention to battle the housing crisis: a new Emergency Chocolate Bar. There is a large size at £10, medium at £5 and a chocolate coin at £3.

Vital funds from the sale of the sweet treat, light display and pop-up shop will support Shelter’s advice services, which are set to help many thousands of people caught in the housing crisis this Christmas.

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