Premium menswear indie Sa-kis hopes to raise up to £10,000 for the Disasters Emergency Committee’s Pakistan Floods Appeal by donating the proceeds of an online Sale of its clearance stock.
The store, on Division Street in Sheffield, raised more than £2,000 during the August bank holiday weekend and will run the Sale, which is offering discounts of up to 90%, until at least mid-September, by when it expects to have sold £40,000-worth of its past-season stock.
All Sale items are priced at between £10 and £50 and 100% of the revenue raised will be given directly to the charity appeal. The Sale includes about 1,000 different items from brands including Luke, Pepe Jeans, Edwin and Maharishi.
Owner Dave Kerr said: “All the past-season stock will sell at a loss anyway, so it made sense to sell it for charity. The people hit by the floods in Pakistan need clothes but we can help them more by selling them here and donating the revenue. Our customers get to make a donation but also get a bargain.”