How To Donate
You’ve done a de-clutter and have a pile of pre-loved gems you no longer need. They are ready for another life but you don’t know what to do with them. Here is all you need to know about how and what to donate to a charity shop.
All charity shops love good quality pre-loved clothing; women’s, men’s and children’s plus footwear and accessories.
Most charity shops accept small items of furniture with some shops specialising in all types of furniture. Most will offer a collection and delivery service.
Homeware, Toys & Books
Your unwanted homeware, kitchenware and knick knacks can all find a new home through your local charity shop. Most shops also accept toys and books.
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The most sustainable way to shop is simply to reuse. With your help, our goal is to grow the second-fashion industry and in turn lower the impact on the planet, increase funding for charities and reduce costs for consumers.
Impact of Charity Retail
The triple impact measures the financial, social and environmental performance of charity retail. Charity shops make money for their charities to provide services but they also have huge environmental and social benefits.