On Tuesday October 10, shortly before 10.45pm, thieves broke into the shop in Broadway Parade on Station Road, stealing hundreds of pounds and causing almost £1,000 of damange.
Just six weeks later, Harlington Hopsice's shop in Yiewsley was targeted by thieves who escaped with a charity box.
It is unclear how much was stolen in the second burglary on Tuesday (November 22) and the charity is unsure how much repairs from the second burglary will cost.
The alarm sounded at the shop in Fairfield Road just before 1am on Tuesday morning after thieves forced their way in.
Community fundraiser with the hospice, Emma Waggott, told getwestlondon : “We're really disappointed that people could attack a charity in this way.
“We have hoped it wouldn't happen to us again.”
Harlington Hospice offers end-of-life care throughout Hillingdon and support families dealing with bereavement and loss.
The Harlington-based charity's services include day care, home care and counselling
There are seven Harlington Hospice shops in Hillingdon and one in Slough.
There have be no arrests in connection with the second burglary but the Metropolitan Police are investigating.
It is not clear if the burglaries are linked.
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