Post your donations to our charity shops for free

Send your pre-loved quality items

Post your donations to our charity shops for free

Send your pre-loved quality items

Even though our charity shops are closed right now, you can still donate your unwanted goods to us through the post. It’s completely free and simple to do.

What can I donate?

We would love to accept any of your pre-loved goods in excellent condition. If you loved it, someone else will, too! Right now, we are especially in need of:

  • premium quality branded or designer clothes, shoes, and accessories

  • jewellery, either modern or vintage

  • ornaments or collectibles, either modern or vintage

I’m in – how does it work?

You can send your items in three easy steps:

  • Pack up your goods: your parcel can weigh up to 10 kilograms, and measure up to 60 centimetres (cm) by 50cm by 50cm

  • Request a free post label: you’ll receive a label through email, from Clicksit – you can then print it at home, or take the barcode to your nearest Collect+ store and they’ll print it for you!

  • Send off your parcel: take your parcel to your nearest Collect+ drop-off point – and feel good about recycling, while helping people facing homelessness

Find your nearest Collect+ drop-off point

With almost 8,000 drop-off points across the UK, open seven days a week, posting your donation to us couldn’t be easier.

Use the Collect+ store locator to find your nearest drop-off point.

Rows of clothes and racks of accessories in a Shelter charity shop

Gift Aid

When you go through the Clicksit process, you’ll be given the option to print a Gift Aid form too – so you can help us get even more from your donation, at no extra cost to you. And you can check your eligibility through our Gift Aid commonly asked questions.

Got questions?

If you're still not sure about something, take a look at our frequently asked questions for answers.

Thank you

Thank you very much for donating your pre-loved items to us. They will help us keep supporting those fighting homelessness and bad housing, so they don’t have to go through it alone.