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Give Clothes Giving clothes is a great way of helping out the community, donations of clothing can make a great difference to an individual or organisation.

GiveNow.com.au has compiled the following register of places and organisations where you can donate your clothes. Click on your state below to find out where you can donate your unwanted clothes.

 

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Australian Capital Territory

ADRA Op Shop - Braddon

Where/How you can Donate: Good quality second hand clothing can be donated at the ADRA Op Shop Shop 2, 14 Lonsdale Street Braddon.

What happens with your donation: Funds raised from ADRA Op Shops are used to fund a range of local ADRA community projects such as women refuges, at-risk youth intervention, drug and alcohol counselling as well as literacy and job skill training.

Phone: (02) 6257 3890

Website:
http://www.adra.org.au/contact/adra-op-shops

 

GIVIT

Where/How you can Donate: GIVIT will find a worthy recipient for your good quality items including clothing and furniture and match it with a recipient in need.

What happens with your donation: Items are given directly to those in need, via 580 trusted charities

Website: http://www.givit.org.au

 

St Vincent de Paul Society

Where/How you can donate: There are 25 Vinnies Shops / Centres of Charity throughout the Canberra/Goulburn Central Council where you can donate clothing or you can deposit items in your local St Vinnies clothing bin. .

What happens with your donation? Families in need are given these items free of charge while surplus items are sold at Centres to support our activities.

Website: http://www.vinnies.org.au

 

The Smith Family

Where/How you can Donate: Whether you are a generous member of the public or representing a business, you can donate clothing to The Smith Family in NSW by calling our Material Donation Line on 1300 737 166. Our friendly group of volunteers will be happy to provide you with the details of the clothing bin nearest to you, or if you are in one of the ACT/NSW collection areas we can discuss the possibility of arranging collection from your home or business.

What happens with your donation: Good clean, wearable clothing and accessories, with no rips/stains or tears, either new or used, are the most valuable donations we receive. These items are always in demand and are suitable for sale in our retail stores.

Phone: 02 6232 5374
Website: https://www.thesmithfamily.com.au/site/page.cfm?u=110


 

Care&Share program incorporating Working Wonders (WOW)

Where/How you can Donate: Please ONLY donate good quality, clean business clothing, shoes and accessories that are suitable for interviews and work wear.
You can drop off your donation at:
    Items will be gratefully accepted at the following offices:
    • Tuggeranong Community & Function Centre, 245 Cowlishaw Street, Greenway.
    • Weston Creek Community Centre, Parkinson Street, Weston.
    • Pearce Community Centre, Building 3, 2 Collett Place, Pearce
    • Gungahlin Community Centre, 47 Ernest Cavanagh Street, Gungahlin
    What happens with your donation: Working Wonders provides clothing, shoes and accessories to women in the ACT region for job interviews, work experience, court appearances and other important life events, where the women are unable to source these themselves. The clothing, shoes and accessories are provided free of charge for the women to keep.

    Website: https://commsatwork.org/care-and-share

     

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    New South Wales

    ADRA Op Shop - Albury, Ballina, Belmont, Cessnock, Coonabarabran, Guyra, Port Macquaries, Toukley, Tweed Heads South, Wodonga

    What happens with your donation: Funds raised from ADRA Op Shops are used to fund a range of local ADRA community projects such as women refuges, at-risk youth intervention, drug and alcohol counselling as well as literacy and job skill training.

    Website:
    http://www.adra.org.au/contact/adra-op-shops

     

    Animal Rights and Rescue Group

    Where/How you can Donate: Donations of saleable items would be very appreciated. Items can be dropped off at the shop daily between 10am - 3pm or if you need items picked up call us on (02) 66221881.

    What happens with your donation: All money raised by ARRG's Op Shop goes directly to help abused and unwanted animals and to help pay vet and food bills for over 80 homeless animals living with our foster carers, all ARRG volunteers are unpaid and dedicate their time to save these homeless animals.

    Phone: 02 66221881
    Fax: 02 66221881
    Email: nokill@animalrights.org.au
    Website: www.animalrights.org.au
    Address: PO Box 987, Lismore NSW 2480

     

    Aussie Boats for East Timor

    Where/How you can Donate: CLOTHING: Any good quality clothing of all sizes, rainproof clothing (ponchos, weather proof clothing etc), children's' clothes, knickers and bras, etc. Please pack items securely and label them 'A.B.E.T. FOR EAST TIMOR' and list the items included in your generous donation.

    What happens with your donation: All donations are sent directly to the people of East Timor.

    Phone: Please call Barry and Michele Wicks to arrange pickup and/or delivery details: (02) 66464699
    Website: http://www.perfectsites.com/ABETQUEENSLAND/what.html

     

    GIVIT

    Where/How you can Donate: GIVIT will find a worthy recipient for your good quality items including clothing and furniture and match it with a recipient in need.

    What happens with your donation: Items are given directly to those in need, via 580 trusted charities
    Website: http://www.givit.org.au

     

    Learning Links

    Where/ How you can Donate: To donate clothing to Learning Links, please contact Learning Links on (02) 9534-1710. Clothing bins are located throughout Sydney.

    What happens with your donation: The proceeds from Learning Links' clothing bins help children who have difficulty learning and their families. Anything sold through these bins directly subsidises specialist services so we can help as many children as possible who have learning disabilities, difficulties and developmental delays. We appreciate your support.

    Phone: King Cotton 02 9666 6369
    Website: http://learninglinks.org.au/clothing-bins.htm

     

    Lifeline NSW

    Where/How can you donate: Clothing Bins are located around NSW - please call us for the location of your closest bin.

    What happens to your donation: Donations will be sold in Lifeline's op shops around the state.

    Email: http://www.lifeline.org.au/lib/contact_us
    Website: www.lifelinensw.org.au

     

    Project Uplift (bras)

    Where/How you can donate: Nursing, mastectomy & size 18+ bras are the most desperately needed - any condition will do, but all good condition bras of smaller sizes will be used, as will swimming costumes. Please no bodysuits or torsolettes. You may drop off to selected Australian locations, or post to our Australian national office. If you prefer, bras can be posted direct to our receiving organisations. See Sending bras page for addresses and shipping information.

    What happens with your donation: For women in the third world a bra is often unobtainable or unaffordable. This project collects new and second hand bras and sends them wherever we have requests.

    Phone: Multiple - http://www.upliftbras.org/drop_off_bras.html
    Email: nsw@upliftbras.org
    Website: http://www.upliftbras.org

     

    The Smith Family

    Where/How you can Donate: To donate clothing to The Smith Family, please contact The Smith Family on 1300 737 166. Clothing can be collected in Sydney, Wollongong, Newcastle, Wagga Wagga, Albury and the Central Coast NSW.

    What happens with your donation: Good clean, wearable clothing and accessories, with no rips/stains or tears, either new or used, are the most valuable donations we receive. These items are always in demand and are suitable for sale in our retail stores.

    Phone: 1300 737 166
    Website: http://www.smithfamily.com.au

     

    St Vincent de Paul Society (NSW & ACT)

    Where/How you can Donate: To arrange for collection, please contact your nearest Vinnies depot or store. [Note: Not all regions are able to collect furniture, food and/or white goods, or supply Vinnies bins.] Your donation of any of the following items will be greatly appreciated: Furniture; White goods; Books; Household goods; Bric-a-brac; Clothing; Toys; Blankets; Food (non perishable) - not past the expiry date please.

    What happens with your donation: Families in need are given these items free of charge while surplus items are sold at Centres to support our activities.

    Website: http://www.vinnies.org.au

     

    Youth Off the Streets (Father Riley's Opportunity Shops)

    Where/How you can donate: You can support our Op Shops by donating to them, buying from them and volunteering in them. Our shops are located in Sydney (Sefton and Casula), Bowral, Wyoming and the Hunter/Newcastle region (Newcastle, Cessnock, Singleton and Maitland). Address details for all Op Shops here.

    Please do not dump your waste at our stores: our dumping costs are over $21,000- per year and we want to use these funds for our programs, not for waste disposal. We make every attempt to on-sell to recyclers what we can, but there is still a significant amount of waste dumped outside of operating hours that we cannot sell.

    What happens with your donation: The Opportunity Shop service aims to provide affordable second-hand clothing, bric-a-brac, linen and furniture goods to those who are struggling financially.

    Phone: (02) 9721 5700
    Email: info@youthoffthestreets.com.au
    Website: www.youthoffthestreets.com.au

     

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    Northern Territory

    GIVIT

    Where/How you can Donate: GIVIT will find a worthy recipient for your good quality items including clothing and furniture and match it with a recipient in need.

    What happens with your donation: Items are given directly to those in need, via 580 trusted charities

    Website: http://www.givit.org.au

     

    Project Uplift (bras)

    Where/How you can donate: Nursing, mastectomy & size 18+ bras are the most desperately needed - any condition will do, but all good condition bras of smaller sizes will be used, as will swimming costumes. Please no bodysuits or torsolettes. You may drop off to selected Australian locations, or post to our Australian national office. If you prefer, bras can be posted direct to our receiving organisations. See Sending bras page for addresses and shipping information.

    What happens with your donation: For women in the third world a bra is often unobtainable or unaffordable. This project collects new and second hand bras and sends them wherever we have requests.

    Email: nt@upliftbras.org
    Website: http://www.upliftbras.org

     

    The Red Cross - N.T

    Where/How you can donate:The Red Cross resells quality clothes and accessories to in their retail stores. To find your nearest store please refer to the store locator. Please Note: During an emergency, Red Cross does not accept goods or food on behalf of the disaster appeal.

    What happens with your donation:All proceeds help Red Cross assist vulnerable people in the community.

    Website: http://www.redcross.org.au/stores-donate-clothing.aspx

     

    St Vincent de Paul Society

    Where/ How you can Donate: To locate your nearest drop off point please refer to the service search form.

    What happens with your donation: Families in need are given these items free of charge while surplus items are sold at Centres to support our activities.

    Website: http://www.vinnies.org.au

     

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    Queensland

    ADRA Op Shop - Mackay, Mareeba, Sandgate, Toowoomba and Townsville

    What happens with your donation: Funds raised from ADRA Op Shops are used to fund a range of local ADRA community projects such as women refuges, at-risk youth intervention, drug and alcohol counselling as well as literacy and job skill training.

    Website:
    http://www.adra.org.au/contact/adra-op-shops

     

    Asthma Foundation

    Where/How you can Donate: Donate clothing and other resalable goods directly into donation bins or directly to your nearest Asthma Foundation shop.

    What happens with your donation: Each year the Foundation raises over $300,000 from its Art Union and Op Shops to fund local research projects which improve the lives of people with asthma both in Queensland and throughout the world.

    Phone: 1800 278 462
    Email: info@asthmaqld.org.au
    Locations: http://www.asthmafoundation.org.au/ThreeColStatePagePB.aspx?pageid=17179869533&terms=shop

     

    Dress for Success Brisbane

    Where/How you can Donate: Donations of good quality 2nd hand work appropriate clothing, handbags and shoes can be donated at our boutique in Fortitude Valley (Unit 1, 47 Anderson St, Fortitude Valley 4006)

    What happens with your donation: Suited to Success Inc is an incorporated not-for-profit commun ity association which has been offering business clothing, support and presentation and interview advice to unemployed women struggling to enter or return to the workforce, since June 2008. Our program is called Dress for Success Brisbane.

    Please help us use our precious dollars wisely by reducing the significant cost, spent each year, on the disposal of donated goods not suitable for sale.

    Phone: 07 3216 1969
    Website: http://suitedtosuccess.org/about-us
    Address: 47 Anderson St, Fortitude Valley 4006

     

    GIVIT

    Where/How you can Donate: GIVIT will find a worthy recipient for your good quality items including clothing and furniture and match it with a recipient in need.

    What happens with your donation: Items are given directly to those in need, via 580 trusted charities

    Website: http://www.givit.org.au

     

    Lifeline Community Care Queensland

    Where/ How can you donate: Please contact us to find the location of your nearest Lifeline shop where you can drop off your donated items.

    What happens with your donation:In Queensland, UnitingCare Community runs Lifeline services such as telephone crisis support, community recovery and suicide bereavement. These services are funded by sales of second-hand clothing, furniture and books.

    Locations:http://www.uccommunity.org.au/shop-listings
    Website: http://www.uccommunity.org.au

     

    Project Uplift (bras)

    Where/How you can donate: Nursing, mastectomy; size 18+ bras are the most desperately needed - any condition will do, but all good condition bras of smaller sizes will be used, as will swimming costumes. Please no bodysuits or torsolettes. You may drop off to selected Australian locations, or post to our Australian national office. If you prefer, bras can be posted direct to our receiving organisations. See Sending bras page for addresses and shipping information.

    What happens with your donation: For women in the third world a bra is often unobtainable or unaffordable. This project collects new and second hand bras and sends them wherever we have requests.

    Phone: Multiple - http://www.upliftbras.org/drop_off_bras.html
    Email: qld@upliftbras.org
    Website: http://www.upliftbras.org

     

    St Vincent de Paul Society

    Where/ How you can Donate: To arrange for collection, please contact your nearest Vinnies depot or store. [Note:Not all areas in National are able to collect furniture, food and/or white goods, or supply Vinnies bins.] Your donation of any of the following items will be greatly appreciated: Furniture; White goods; Books; Household goods; Bric-a-brac; Clothing; Toys; Blankets; Food (non perishable) - not past the expiry date please.

    What happens with your donation: Families in need are given these items free of charge while surplus

    Website: http://www.vinnies.org.au

     

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    South Australia

    ADRA Op Shop - Brahma Lodge, Kadina, Millicent, Mt Barker, Port Elliot, Parafield, Coober Pedy and Whyalla

    What happens with your donation: Funds raised from ADRA Op Shops are used to fund a range of local ADRA community projects such as women refuges, at-risk youth intervention, drug and alcohol counselling as well as literacy and job skill training.

    Website:
    http://www.adra.org.au/contact/adra-op-shops

     

    Diabetes SA

    Where/How you can Donate: If you find yourself cleaning out cupboards, wardrobes or sheds and are left with items that are too good to throw away, then why not give them to Diabetes SA. To arrange a collection you can call us, complete an online request, fill a blue bag when you receive one in your area or deliver to our Attended Donation Centre.  

    What happens with your donation:Diabetes SA works in partnership with Savers Australia who pay Diabetes SA for each donation delivered. This provides a sustainable income that allows Diabetes SA to deliver services to people with diabetes and their families.

    Phone:08 8234 1977
    Email:clothingcollection@diabetessa.com.au
    Website: http://www.diabetessa.com.au/clothing-collections

     

    GIVIT

    Where/How you can Donate: GIVIT will find a worthy recipient for your good quality items including clothing and furniture and match it with a recipient in need.

    What happens with your donation: Items are given directly to those in need, via 580 trusted charities

    Website: http://www.givit.org.au

     

    Offenders Aid and Rehabilitation Services of South Australia (OARS SA)

    Where/How you can Donate: We have five op Shops in South Australia, support OARS shops by donating quality second hand clothing for further information please refer to their website. What happens with your donation: Funds raised by the Op Shops help to assist our programs. The Op Shops are staffed entirely by volunteers.

    Contact: http://www.oars.org.au/opshop.html
    Website: http://www.oars.org.au/

     

    St Vincent de Paul Society

    Where/How you can Donate: There are 35 Vinnies Shops / Centres of Charity throughout South Australia where you can donate goods or you can deposit items in your local St Vinnies clothing bin.

    What happens with your donation: Families in need are given these items free of charge while surplus items are sold at Centres to support our activities.

    Phone: 08 8112 8777
    Website: http://www.vinnies.org.au

     

    RSPCA SA

    Where/How you can Donate:Help all creatures great and small by donating your quality used clothing to one of RSPCA SA's 5 Thrift stores. For store locations please refer to RSPCA SA's website

    What happens with your donation:Your contribution will help support the welfare of thousands of animals across Australia.

    Phone:0408 999 330
    Website: http://www.rspcasa.asn.au/home/

     

    Uniting Communities - Goodwill Clothing

    Where/How you can Donate:Goodwill Clothing Deposit Banks (donation bins) are situated in over 315 locations in the City of Adelaide, outer suburbs and some rural locations. Goodwill encourages you to donate any unwanted clothes into these bins whenever possible. All clean items are accepted.There is always a demand for childrenÕs clothing, larger sized ladies wear, menswear and brand name merchandise, as well as linen and blankets.

    What happens with your donation:Goodwill provides many thousands of dollars worth of goods to disadvantaged people through Byron Place Community Centre, Uniting Communities Financial Counselling and associated services. The RSPCA also receives free dog blankets regularly.

    Email: goodwill@unitingcommunities.org
    Website: http://www.unitingcommunities.org/?q=node/75

     

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    Tasmania

    ADRA Op Shop - Glenorchy, Ulverstone

    What happens with your donation: Funds raised from ADRA Op Shops are used to fund a range of local ADRA community projects such as women refuges, at-risk youth intervention, drug and alcohol counselling as well as literacy and job skill training.

    Website:
    http://www.adra.org.au/contact/adra-op-shops

    GIVIT

    Where/How you can Donate:GIVIT will find a worthy recipient for your good quality items including clothing and furniture and match it with a recipient in need.

    What happens with your donation: Items are given directly to those in need, via 580 trusted charities

    Website: http://www.givit.org.au

     

    Project Uplift (bras)

    Where/How you can donate: Nursing, mastectomy & size 18+ bras are the most desperately needed - any condition will do, but all good condition bras of smaller sizes will be used, as will swimming costumes. Please no bodysuits or torsolettes. You may drop off to selected Australian locations, or post to our Australian national office. If you prefer, bras can be posted direct to our receiving organisations. See Sending bras page for addresses and shipping information.

    What happens with your donation: For women in the third world a bra is often unobtainable or unaffordable. This project collects new and second hand bras and sends them wherever we have requests.

    Website: http://www.upliftbras.org

     

    The Red Cross

    Where/How you can donate:The Red Cross resells quality clothes and accessories to in their retail stores. To find your nearest store please refer to the store locator. Please Note: During an emergency, Red Cross does not accept goods or food on behalf of the disaster appeal.

    What happens with your donation:All proceeds help Red Cross assist vulnerable people in the community.

    Website: http://www.redcross.org.au/stores-donate-clothing.aspx

     

    St Vincent de Paul Society

    Where/How you can Donate: There are 33 Vinnies Shops / Centres of Charity throughout Tasmania where you can donate goods or you can deposit items in your local St Vinnies clothing bin.

    What happens with your donation: Families in need are given these items free of charge while surplus items are sold at Centres to support our activities.

    Phone: (03) 6333 0822
    Fax: (03) 6333 0840
    Email: donations@svdptas.org.au
    Website: http://www.vinnies.org.au
    Address: 191 Invermay Road, Invermay Tas 7248

     

     

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    Victoria

    ADRA Op Shop - Bairnsdale, Mildura, Mitcham

    What happens with your donation: Funds raised from ADRA Op Shops are used to fund a range of local ADRA community projects such as women refuges, at-risk youth intervention, drug and alcohol counselling as well as literacy and job skill training.

    Website:
    http://www.adra.org.au/contact/adra-op-shops

     

    Brotherhood of St Laurence

    Where/How you can Donate: Our stores are happy to receive direct donations during trading hours. So after clearing out your cupboards and wardrobe, why not take your unwanted items to your local Brotherhood op shop? View our full list of community store locations.

    Every summer and winter the Brotherhood runs a Corporate Clothing Appeal throughout metropolitan Melbourne. We place bins-on-wheels in the workplaces of participating companies for employees to deposit unwanted, good quality business and casual clothing.

    If you would like to arrange for collection of donated goods, please phone 1300 DONATE (1300 366 283).

    What happens with your donation: The Brotherhood's 20 community stores in Melbourne and on the Mornington Peninsula sell new and second-hand donated goods at affordable prices. Our hunter gatherer store sells hand-picked vintage clothing donated by supporters.

    Phone:1300 DONATE (1300 366 283)
    Website: http://www.bsl.org.au
    Address: 20 community stores in Melbourne

     

    Diabetes Australia - Victoria Clothing Collection Service

    Where/How you can Donate: Book a FREE collection online 24 hours a day 7 days a week at diabetesvic.org.au/get-involved/clothing-collection, or call 9923 8400. We collect Clothing, Mobile Phones, Shoes, Toys, Books, Crockery, Linen, Pots and pans, and Small items of furniture (small enough for one person to lift and carry). We have up to 9 truck drivers collecting daily from metropolitan Melbourne, outer suburbs and many country and regional areas.

    What happens with your donation: Your donations help fund diabetes awareness programs, support people with diabetes and assist with finding a cure through research. Diabetes Australia Vic is the peak consumer body and leading charity representing all people affected by diabetes and those at risk.

    Phone:03 9923 8400
    Website: http://www.diabetesvic.org.au/get-involved/clothing-collection

     

    Education program for Infants and Children Inc (EPIC)

    Where/How you can Donate: EPIC has 3 opportunity shops manned by volunteers in hawthorn, Reservoir and Diamond Creek. For addresses please refer to the EPIC website

    What happens with your donation: Items are sold at our opportunity shops. All proceeds directly assist EPIC to provide vital services and education programs for children with disabilities, particularly children with Down syndrome and autism.

    Website: www.epic.edu.au

     

    Epilepsy Foundation of Victoria

    Where/How you can donate: Donations are welcome at any of our stores; stores are located at the following locations:
    • 82 South Parade, Blackburn
    • 258 Como Parade West, Parkdale
    • 2 Lurline Street, Cranbourne
    If you would like goods collected please call our Op Shop Truck on 0425 799 415.

    What happens with your donation: Goods donated will be sold in our Op shops

    Website: http://www.epinet.org.au/articles/support_our_op_shops

     

    Fitted for Work

    Where/How you can donate:Your donation can be delivered to any of these locations during opening hours. Donated clothes can also be delivered to Dear Gladys however they must be dropped off at the front door unless an appointment is made for direct delivery to the rear warehouse.
    The golden rule for donations isÉif you wouldn't wear it to work today, then our clients wouldn't wear it either. If you would like to make a donation, please review the guidelines on the Fitted For Work website

    What happens with your donation:Fitted for Work provides clients with a complete personal dressing service at our three boutiques located in Melbourne, Parramatta and Morwell. The supply of clean, quality work-appropriate clothing, shoes, handbags and accessories is critical to the success of our service.

    Website: http://www.fittedforwork.org/

     

    GIVIT

    Where/How you can Donate: GIVIT will find a worthy recipient for your good quality items including clothing and furniture and match it with a recipient in need.

    What happens with your donation: Items are given directly to those in need, via 580 trusted charities

    Website: http://www.givit.org.au

     

    Lifeline Gippsland Inc

    Where/ How you can Donate: Help the environment and your community by donating your quality used clothing to Lifeline Gippsland. You'll introduce less waste into the environment and help raise money for our vital community projects. Clothing can be donated at any Lifeline Gippsland Store.

    What happens with your donation: All our shops are staffed by volunteers and the income raised from the shops supports Lifeline Gippsland's 24-hour telephone counselling service.

    Phone: (03) 5136 3500
    Fax: (03) 5136 3555
    Website: www.llg.org.au
    Address: 2-8 Fleming St, Morwell VIC 3840

     

    Project Uplift (bras)

    Where/How you can donate: Nursing, mastectomy & size 18+ bras are the most desperately needed - any condition will do, but all good condition bras of smaller sizes will be used, as will swimming costumes. Please no bodysuits or torsolettes. You may drop off to selected Australian locations, or post to our Australian national office. If you prefer, bras can be posted direct to our receiving organisations. See Sending bras page for addresses and shipping information.

    What happens with your donation: For women in the third world a bra is often unobtainable or unaffordable. This project collects new and second hand bras and sends them wherever we have requests.

    Phone: Multiple - http://www.upliftbras.org/drop_off_bras.html
    Email: vicdrops@upliftbras.org
    Website: http://www.upliftbras.org

     

    St Kilda Mums

    Where/How you can donate: Please see our website St Kilda Mums for a complete list of what we can and can't rehome. We are 100% volunteer run so the drop off times and dates change from week to week. Please contact us by email mums@stkildamums.org for the upcoming donation days.

    What happens with your donation: After we safety check, clean and sort your donations, we give them to maternal & child health nurses and local social service agencies, who give them to the families they are supporting. We never have enough cots so we fundraise to buy cots, and to pay for spare parts and repairs of prams, highchairs and other essential nursery gear.

    Email: donate@stkildamums.org
    Website: http://www.stkildamums.org/home

     

    The Red Cross

    Where/How you can donate:The Red Cross resells quality clothes and accessories to in their retail stores. To find your nearest store please refer to the store locator. Please Note: During an emergency, Red Cross does not accept goods or food on behalf of the disaster appeal.

    What happens with your donation:All proceeds help Red Cross assist vulnerable people in the community.

    Website: http://www.redcross.org.au/stores-donate-clothing.aspx

     

    RSPCA Victoria

    Where/How you can donate: To find your closest RSPCA Op Shop, please check our website http://www.rspcavic.org/rspca_services/opshops.htm for a list. Please help the RSPCA use our precious dollars wisely by reducing the significant cost, spent each year, on the disposal of donated goods not suitable for sale.

    What happens with your donation: RSPCA Victoria has a network of 13 Op Shops state wide who, through the sale of second hand goods to the public, help contribute to the welfare of animals by raising much needed funds in their local communities. Through the tireless efforts of our large and dedicated team of volunteer staff we are able to raise income that contributes to supporting our local regional shelters.

    Website: www.rspcavic.org

     

    St Vincent de Paul Society

    Where/ How you can Donate: There are 95 Vinnies Shops / Centres of Charity throughout Victoria where you can donate goods or you can deposit items in your local St Vinnies clothing bin.

    What happens with your donation: Families and individuals in need are given donated items free of charge while surplus items are sold in Vinnies Shops to raise funds to help St Vincent de Paul Society's good works.

    Phone: 1800 621 349
    Email: material.donations@svdp-vic.org.au
    Website: www.vinnies.org.au

     

    YMCA Victoria

    Where/ How you can Donate: Drop off your pre-loved clothing at the charity collection bins at your local YMCA. Please note we do not accept household items such as bric-a-brac, children's toys, small electrical items and furniture.

    What happens with your donation: All donated clothes are sold and 100% of the net proceeds are used to fund access to local YMCA programs for disadvantaged members of the community.

    Website: http://www.victoria.ymca.org.au/discover/community-programs/community-clothing.html

     

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    Western Australia

    ADRA Op Shop - Bindoon, Busselton

    What happens with your donation: Funds raised from ADRA Op Shops are used to fund a range of local ADRA community projects such as women refuges, at-risk youth intervention, drug and alcohol counselling as well as literacy and job skill training.

    Website:
    http://www.adra.org.au/contact/adra-op-shops

     

    Anglicare WA

    Where/How you can Donate:We pick up resalable second-hand clothes to fund services that help over 32,000 West Australians every year.To organise a collection please phone 6253 3535 or you can drop off your goods at the following locations.

    What happens with your donation: We support people, families and their communities to cope with the challenges of life by building their resilience and capacity.

    Phone: 08 6253 3535
    Website: www.anglicarewa.org.au/

     

    GIVIT

    Where/How you can Donate: GIVIT will find a worthy recipient for your good quality items including clothing and furniture and match it with a recipient in need.

    What happens with your donation: Items are given directly to those in need, via 580 trusted charities

    Website: http://www.givit.org.au

     

    Good Samaritan Industries

    Where/How you can Donate: To make it as easy as possible for you to donate goods and furniture to Good Sammy, we offer several convenient options: Home collection service; Good Sammy stores; Yellow donation bins.

    What happens with your donation: Your donations help us to provide employment choices for people with disabilities.

    Email: info@gsi.org.au
    Website: http://www.goodsammy.com.au
    Address: PO Box 1035, Canning Vale WA 6970

     

    Lifeline WA Op Shop Treasures

    Where/How you can Donate: The Lifeline shop provides good quality, economical clothing as well as accessories for the entire family. Please call our Lifeline Shop today on 08 9399 3658 or email us at lwashop@lifelinewa.org.auÊfor individual collections, workplace collections bins or any other questions you may have.

    What happens with your donation: All donations are processed and sorted. Items that meet our quality standards are sold at the shop. Items no longer suitable for use as clothing due to rips, staining, etc are cut up and sold as cleaning rags. Lifeline WA Op shop Treasures are staffed by volunteers and the income raised from the shops supports Lifeline WA's state-wide, 24-hour Crisis Telephone Counselling Service for the cost of local call on 13 11 14.

    Phone: (08) 9399 3658
    Email: lwashop@lifelinewa.org.au
    Website: http://www.lifelinewa.org.au
    Address: 255 Railway Ave, Kelmscott WA 6111

     

    People Who Care

    Where/How you can Donate: To arrange for collection, please contact People Who Care on 9379 1944 or alternately goods can be dropped at 48 James Street in Guildford. We accept donations of the following goods: Household Furniture, White goods, Books, Bric-a-brac, Clothing, Toys, Blankets, and Garden Equipment.

    What happens with your donation: All goods are cleaned and sorted and then sold at low cost to people or families in need. All proceeds raised are used to subsidize our government funded programs.

    Phone: (08) 9379-1944
    Fax: (08) 99379-1955
    Email: pwcinc@peoplewhocare.org.au
    Website: www.peoplewhocare.org.au
    Address: 48 James Street in Guildford WA 6055

     

    Prison Fellowship WA

    Where/How you can donate: To arrange for collection please contact via email or phone numbers listed below, or you can drop off good quality clothing, shoes, accessories, jewellery or small brica brac items to the address listed below Mon-Sat 9 a.m Ð 4.30 p.m.

    What happens with your donation: We put items into our small Second Chances Op Shop which helps raise funds for our various programmes designed to break the cycle of crime and punishment. Any items which we cannot use are donated directly to Homeless programme and African appeal; every item is used, nothing is wasted. Please visit our website listed below for more details.

    Phone: (08) 9228 2706
    Email: secondchances.wa@prisonfellowship.org.au
    Website: http://www.prisonfellowship.org.au/
    Address: Unit 3/435 Lord Street, Mt Lawley WA 6050

     

    Project Uplift (bras)

    Where/How you can donate: Nursing, mastectomy & size 18+ bras are the most desperately needed - any condition will do, but all good condition bras of smaller sizes will be used, as will swimming costumes. Please no bodysuits or torsolettes. You may drop off to selected Australian locations, or post to our Australian national office. If you prefer, bras can be posted direct to our receiving organisations. See Sending bras page for addresses and shipping information.

    What happens with your donation: For women in the third world a bra is often unobtainable or unaffordable. This project collects new and second hand bras and sends them wherever we have requests.

    Email: wa@upliftbras.org
    Website: http://www.upliftbras.org

     

    Ready to Work

    Where/How you can Donate: If you have professional clothing that you no longer wear, doesnÕt fit, or donÕt like anymore, Ready to Work needs that outfit. Clothing donations should be professional, clean, new or gently worn, and work appropriate (suits, jackets, pants, skirts, shirts and dresses). Larger sizes (sizes 14 and up) are always in demand and are particularly appreciated. Acceptable accessories include gently worn shoes, scarves, belts, bags, jewellery, new pantyhose, and unopened make-up are all needed.
    Clothing can be donated at the following locations however please call beforehand.

    Central-Ready to Work
    Mon, Wed & Thurs
    9.30am-3.00pm
    Tel: 9381 7884

    East-Marvic Packaging
    54 Clavering Road
    Bayswater
    Monday to Friday
    Tel: 9272 9499

    What happens with your donation: Ready to Work will help disadvantaged women obtain meaningful work by providing them with many of the tools they need to secure and maintain employment. From the provision of professional clothing, to accessories and personal care services, interview skills, life skills and business mentoring, Ready to Work is there to make a tangible difference to the lives of women who need a helping hand.

    Phone: (08) 9381 7884
    Email: info@readytowork.org.au
    Website: http://www.readytowork.org.au/

     

    The Red Cross

    Where/How you can donate:The Red Cross resells quality clothes and accessories to in their retail stores. To find your nearest store please refer to the store locator. Please Note: During an emergency, Red Cross does not accept goods or food on behalf of the disaster appeal.

    What happens with your donation:All proceeds help Red Cross assist vulnerable people in the community.

    Website: http://www.redcross.org.au/stores-donate-clothing.aspx

     

    St Vincent de Paul Society

    Where/How you can Donate: There are 45 Vinnies Shops / Centres of Charity throughout Western Australia where you can donate goods or you can deposit items in your local St Vinnies clothing bin.

    What happens with your donation: Families in need are given these items free of charge while surplus items are sold at Centres to support our activities.

    Phone: (08) 9444 5622
    Email: info@svdpwa.org.au
    Website: http://www.vinnies.org.au
    Address: PO Box 473 Belmont WA 6984

     

    Zonta House Refuge Association

    Where/ How you can Donate: To arrange for collection anywhere in Perth, please contact us. Your donation of any of the following items will be greatly appreciated: Furniture; White goods; Books; Household goods; Bric-a-brac; Clothing; Toys; Blankets; Childrens Books, Food (non perishable)-not past the expiry date please. All donations must be of decent quality.

    

What happens with your donation: Women and families in need around Perth are given these items free of charge through our “Start Over Support” service. The women and families we work with have come through a major crisis (Domestic violence, Homelessness and Mental Health) and are now in transitional and permanent housing but have little to no money to fit out their house to make it a home. We give them the “start over support” they really need.

    

Phone: (08) 6189 2953
    Fax: (08) 9364 8295
    Email: admin@positivepathways.org.au
    Website: http://www.zontahouse.org.au
    Address: PO Box 473 Belmont WA 6984

     

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