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Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by HALTON, Oct 12, 2016.
as above any one clean any if so which and do they expect it cheaper been a charity?
I clean a local salvation army building. I charge accordingly. Your there is make a living, they are in need of your service. Its starts at home as they say. If you then want to give something back if you can afford to then go for it. Allot of the management bodies in these charities will take a nice salary for there time. So I wouldn't feel obligated to go cheep.
Good place to dump your own stuff to lol
i also do salvation army, plus the guy who runs it also get the house to do also
i clean loads to charty shops just price them normaly m8
Yep same here. I clean 2x sue Ryder shops. A break charity shop. Each shop. Pact shop. Children's society shop. All priced the same as any other shops.
Innit, their store managers take at least 20k home.
I clean the windows of our life boat station and the life boat museum which houses the oldest life boat in the world for free.
One of my previous lady friends was a charity shop manager. She took home about £1000 a month. Rubbish money!