The Crisis Pop-up Shop is back for Christmas 2023, opening on Monday 4th December. We're taking over a decommissioned police station on Saville Row for the second year, and offering luxury clothing and gifts at great prices, with all proceeds going to Crisis.
We're looking for volunteers to help running the shop once it's open from Monday 4th December to Thursday 14th December (closed on Sunday 10th December).
Thursday 7th December will be late night shopping where we will be open until 9pm.
Take a look at the shifts and sign up below!
30/11/2023, 27 Savile Row, London, W1S 2EX, 9am - 1pm
Pop-up Shop - 30/11/2023
07/12/2023, 27 Savile Row, London, W1S 2EX, 10am - 7pm
Pop-up Shop - 07/12/2023
08/12/2023, 27 Savile Row, London, W1S 2EX, 10am - 2pm
Pop-up Shop - 08/12/2023
09/12/2023, 27 Savile Row, London, W1S 2EX, 10am - 7pm
Pop-up Shop - 09/12/2023
14/12/2023, 27 Savile Row, London, W1S 2EX, 10am - 7pm
Pop-up Shop - 14/12/2023
Take a look at our FAQs below. If you have any other questions, please get in touch at email@example.com.
The pop-up shop is in a decommissioned police station on Savile Row. The address is: 27 Savile Row, London W1S 2EX. The closest tube stations are Bond Street, Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus.
The shop will be open to customers from 4th December - 14th December. Sunday 10th December is closed.
If you can no longer make your shift, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note there is no secure storage available for bags, so please bring only essentials that you can keep on you at all times e.g. phone, wallet, keys. You may also want to bring your own lunch and a bottle of water.
Tasks will vary depending on the date of your volunteering shift. Between 30th November and 1st December, you will be helping to get the shop ready to open. This could include sorting stock, pricing, merchandising, taking deliveries and organising the shop floor. Between 4th December and 14th December, you could be doing all of the above, as well as working on the shop floor, assisting customers, making sales, encouraging customers into the shop and taking donations.
We won't provide lunch but you will get a break during your shift and you can buy lunch at local cafes or bring your own. We will provide bottled water as there is no drinking tap water in the building, but please feel free to bring some with you.
Please wear something you are comfortable lifting and walking in, and standing in for long periods of time, including comfortable shoes. You may be moving items and using stairs regularly without access to a lift. You may also spend part of your shift by the shop door to encourage customers inside, so please bring warm clothing with you.