Mary's Living & Giving
More than just about shops, this is a life philosophy - a collaboration of people's ideas, beliefs and values.
Mary's Living & Giving Shops for Save the Children were established in 2009 from a philosophy created for Save the Children by retail expert, Mary Portas. But they go much deeper than just shopping.
Run by local people for local people, Mary’s Living & Giving Shops for Save the Children are a collaboration of people’s ideas, values and beliefs. They are community hubs. They are where you can come to find inspiration, share a bit of local news, a skill, the time of day.
Every item donated or sold through our shops is used to fund the vital work we do at Save the Children. At a time when global brands, shopping centres and the internet play an ever-increasing role in our lives, we offer a revolutionary antidote – a human and ethical shopping experience.
What could be more ethical than saving children's lives as you shop?
We are shopping with heart and soul. We are living and giving.
We want you to be part of it.
A community-based lifestyle boutique in the heart of Barnes Village, which showcases some of the best British clothing and lifestyle products around.
A community hub on the high street, our Chiswick High Road shop resembles an artist’s studio and gallery. Donations from designer brands and local artisans are displayed as framed artworks, while decorative paint brushes dangle above the Jackson Pollock-style paint-splattered floor.
Located in fashionable Stockbridge, this shop is housed in the former HBOS bank and counts delis, jewellery stores and coffee houses among its neighbours.
A fusion of fashion and art, with designer clothing and accessories alongside original artworks and special edition books.
Already causing a buzz among the local community and fashion insiders, the concept is breaking away from tradition and is based around "The Home".
Located on The Green, this shop reflects the life and beauty of Richmond by bringing some of ‘the outside in'. Stocking a coveted selection of menswear, womenswear and accessories, the shop design includes an ingenious ‘Thank you tree'.
93 High Street was built in 1725 and is the oldest shop in Teddington High Street. Pop by and you will be greeted by desirable womenswear, footwear and accessory brands, before being drawn towards the relaxing menswear/reading room. You can also shop for a bargain in the super-cute baby and childrenswear sections.
A revolutionary concept merging the best of high fashion, charity shopping and local talent - with a distinctive interior to create a truly unique shopping experience.