On a Mission
Mission Care operates a charity shop in the heart of the local community.
Our charity shop was opened on Chatterton Road in 1993 by two local ladies who were inspired to raise money to support Mission Care after receiving a fundraising leaflet for the re-build of local Mission Care home, Homefield. The leaflet asked local residents to “donate a barrowful of bricks” which led to the name of the shop being chosen. Brix became a play on the word bricks, with the X representing the unknown factor of purchasing an item from a charity shop. Today, the shop goes by the name On a Mission, which reflects our ethos and vision but certainly retains all of its quirky Brix charm.
On a Mission plays a vital role in the local community, organising and running seasonal and special events throughout the year helping to raise awareness of Mission Care and providing guidance to people who may want to know more about how to access care services across the borough.
Proceeds from our charity shop contribute to our Improving Lives programme which helps enhance the range of services and activities that we can offer our residents. In short, your shopping really does help.
On a Mission
55 Chatterton Road, Bromley, Kent, BR2 9WW
Monday – Saturday
9am – 4pm
We couldn’t run our charity shops without our wonderful volunteers and are always looking to welcome new friends to the team. For more information about volunteering in one of our shops, or in another capacity, please click here.
We are always on the look-out for quality donations in good condition for our charity shops, in particular:
- CDs & DVDs
- Electrical items
- Vintage goods
If you would like to make a donation, we ask that they are made during our opening hours rather than left outside. That way, we can help keep the local area clean and tidy as well as ask you to fill in a Gift Aid declaration form to help us increase our revenue at no extra cost to you.
Improving Lives is a charitable initiative supported by On a Mission, Mission Cafe and Mission Care. It helps vulnerable adults, including those living with dementia, enjoy a range of activities. These include days out, trips to new places, or simply meaningful experiences which bring happiness.