The Society of St Vincent De Paul is appealing for help after one of it stores was destroyed in a fire in Coolock.
A man being questioned by gardai about the blaze, which damaged a number of shops, has been released without charge and a file is being prepared for the DPP.
The fire broke out at the Coolock Village Retail Centre in the early hours of yesterday morning.
Nobody was injured, but the blaze ripped through a number of stores causing considerable damage.
One of those was the Vincent's charity shop which is operated by over 40 volunteers and a full time manager.
They are now urgently appealing for help in finding a temporary alternative premises.
"We're appealing for any property owners who might have available space on a short-term basis to get in touch", says Mark O'Brien, Regional Retail Manager for Saint Vincent de Paul.
"We'd be very interested in a short-term let or a pop-up shop or any space where we can continue our operations in the area.
Anyone who can offer a space until the Coolock shop can reopen is asked to contact Mark on 087 776 2293.