Our pre-loved shops were created as a means to further sustain the work and mission of More Life Home, through the resale of used furniture, homeware and clothing donations. Revenues generated from retail sales are then used to support our furniture bank clients, resulting in greater efficiency of reducing what goes to landfill and supplying the families served by More Life Home.
At More Life Home we depend on your generosity to keep us going.
With your help, we save furniture and other goods from ending up in a landfill, and instead find a place for them in someone else’s home.
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Isle of Dogs
Isle of Dogs
London, E14 9TD
Located in Millharbour, E14, the heart of the Isle of Dogs, this retail space is part of a meanwhile project run by the Utilize Project.
Destined to be demolished at some point during 2021, the shop sells low cost furniture and homeware items and doubles up as a space that can be utilised by the local community members for creative and cohesive activity. We not only sell and deliver the furniture but host workshops, galleries and children’s activities for the community.
In addition to this we offer an affordable or free location to young and local creatives to host podcasts, photoshoots and a range of other creative activities.
41 Aberfeldy Street
London, E14 0NU
As part of a partnership with Poplar Harca and EcoWorld, our Aberfeldy Street location is also part of a meanwhile project being developed as part of the regeneration plans in Poplar.
More Life Home are the first homeware shop on the street offering local people something new in the area. With a lease until April 2022, this shop sells donated furniture, homeware and clothes items at low cost and has enabled us to expand our services and ensure we are easily able to continue serving E14 based residents, once the Millharbour shop is demolished.
This space will also offer a range of community workshops and activities and provide free or low cost space hire for creatives and young people living locally.