Keep Calm and Read on at WaWa

6 Jun 2012

  • Over 1,000 new books in store now.

  • Summer reading for all types of bookworms.

WaWa, the Women's Aid Charity Shop, is delighted to announce that it has just received a donation of over 1,000 brand new books. WaWa is located in Aungier Street in the heart of Dublin city. Call in today to see the range of reading material on offer.

Denise Cruickshank, manager of WaWa Aungier Street, said: "We are already well known for stocking designer labels. This week we have added a fabulous new library. We now have all types of books - spiritual, health and fitness, self-help, children's stories, Irish interest, cookery and of course the usual murder and mayhem. We are delighted to get this type of donation."

She continued, "Come in and stock up on summer reading. The current books are priced at a fraction of their original value."

The WaWa charity shop in Aungier Street raises much needed funds for the Women's Aid National Freephone Helpline(1800 341 900) and Support Services which help make women and children safe from domestic violence.
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For more information contact Denise Cruickshank on 01-475 9927 or email denise.cruickshank@womensaid.ie

Information for editors:

  • WaWa specialises in quality, high value, low-cost donated items. You can show support by shopping at or donating items to WaWa, 39 Aungier Street, Dublin 2. For more information log on to www.womensaid.ie/support/ourshops
  • WaWa is a registered Irish charity (number 6491) and a member of the Irish Charity Shops Association.
  • WaWa supports Women's Aid. Women's Aid is a leading national organisation supporting women and children affected by domestic violence through its National Freephone Helpline and Support Services. Women's Aid National Freephone Helpline is 1800 341 900 and is open 7 days a week from 10am to 10pm.