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Shop from Crisis, Finsbury Park

Following the success of our first shop in Hackney, we have opened a second shop and cafe in the heart of Finsbury Park, selling pre-loved clothes, books, homewares and furniture.

Our Shops are closing temporarily.

Our primary concern is for the wellbeing of our staff, volunteers and community in the face of COVID-19. We will continue to work to protect people experiencing homelessness during this outbreak & are grateful for all your support & donations.

Having been presented with a Time Out Love London award in their first year of trading, Shop from Crisis, Finsbury Park is well supported by a local community sharing our resolve to end homelessness.

Did you know - In keeping with the coffee bar – all of the wooden fixtures and fittings at the Finsbury Park shop were stained with coffee by volunteers? We love to upcycle furniture and find new uses for things – look out for the wooden cable reels we’re using to display pre-loved footwear next time you visit!


  • Create jobs and provide training for homeless people to help people find the confidence and skills to rebuild their lives
  • Engage local communities in our mission to end homelessness for good
  • Help fund the vital work of Crisis across the UK


Address: 19 Stroud Green Road, London, N4 3FB

Opening hours: Usually... Monday – Saturday: 11am–7pm, Sunday: 12–6pm

Tel: 020 7281 2634

Email: finsburypark@crisis.org.uk

Trains: Finsbury Park

We love volunteers

Shop from Crisis, Finsbury Park is always looking for volunteers who might like to develop their retail or barista skills – or even a little of both! If you can spare as little as 4 hours per week please get in touch.

Volunteering positions

We love donations

We love donations! Clean clothes, good quality books, media, electrical items, homeware and small items of furniture are always welcome - just drop them into the shop during opening hours.

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Christmas at Finsbury Park

Come join our all day, free Christmas event on the 22nd of December!

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