Glasgow Stockwell Furniture Shop

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Granite House
31-33 Stockwell St
G1 4RZ

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Opening hours

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  • wheelchair access 

  • level entrance

Please donate your unwanted furniture to our shop! We will collect it for free.

Donating your unwanted furniture to our Shelter Scotland shop in Glasgow couldn’t be easier. We’ll arrange a pick up from your home at a time to suit you.

What can you donate?

We will sell a wide range of second hand furniture including some electrical and white goods, as well as clothes, books and more. If you'd like to donate some furniture, please give us a call in advance – we'll even come and collect it from your home.

Call us on 0141 530 8495,

How does your donation help?

By donating unwanted, good quality furniture to our Glasgow second hand shop you are helping to fund our vital work for families facing homelessness. All donations can be gift aided at no extra cost to you, helping us raise even more.

Please be aware that unfortunately there are some items we can’t accept, such as damaged goods, dishwashers and washing machines. The list to the left gives you an idea, but it’s not exhaustive - please call us to check.

We'd love your donations

We love donations of high quality items! Whether you're making space in your wardrobe by getting rid of old clothes, freeing yourself of unwanted books, or just having a bit of a clear out, bring your pre-loved goods down to our shop.

We'll gladly take donations while we're open, but please don't leave any goods outside the shop when we're closed.

Although we're grateful for every donation, there are a few things we're unfortunately unable to take, so do check the list on the right before heading down.

What we accept

  • Good quality second-hand clothes

  • Books

  • CDs and DVDs

  • Vinyl records

  • Games

  • good quality furniture*

  • small electrical items*

*not available in all Shelter shops, so please check before bringing these items in.

What we can't accept

  • items in poor condition

  • white goods

  • upholstered items without a fire label

Volunteer with us

This Shelter Scotland shop simply couldn't run without our incredible volunteers. If you’d like to do something valuable with your spare time, while picking up new skills and gaining retail experience, volunteering a few hours in a Shelter shop could be the best decision you ever made!

Volunteering for just a few hours a week can make a huge difference. To join our fantastic team, register your interest on the Better Impact website.