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Your unwanted clothes, bags and shoes can help keep us flying. Just drop them off at our nearest clothing bank to you. It couldn’t be simpler!
Because we own and operate our own clothing banks, we not only provide employment for many local people, but we also get the best value for your clothing by selling it directly through our shops and beyond.
Look out for one of our clothing bags dropping onto your doormat. Simply fill it up with your unwanted textiles, and we’ll collect it and turn it into cash to help fund our vital services.
Some of the items you give will go on sale in our charity boutiques, and others will be sold on our behalf.
We can raise a fantastic £105 per tonne for everything collected. That’s the kind of amount that can make the difference between life and death for the children we support.
We are even able to turn your old unwanted mobile phones and electronic items into money to help our cause.
So, if you find an old phone you haven’t used in years knocking around in a dusty drawer, please think of us and get in touch using the details below. You don’t even need to worry about security, as we are accredited to securely wipe your data at no cost.
You can now recycle your old car and raise money for our Charity at the same time!
We’re working alongside Charity Car to offer a car recycling service that donates 100% of the market value of your car to us, at no cost to you.
To find out more information click here.
We’re working with Giveacar to help raise vital funds for our lifesaving service. Giveacar was the first of its kind within the UK and offers a car recycling, auction and parts selling service at no cost to you.
To find out more information click here
We are a proud member of the Textile Recycling Association, and in 2015 were a finalist in the National Recycling Awards for Best Partnership Project within the Public Sector.
We believe in making a difference in everything we do. The harder we work, the more resources we have to help save those unfortunate children throughout the UK.