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Give Furniture Giving furniture is a great way of helping out the community, donations of furniture that can be distributed to those in need, or sold in opportunity shops can make a great difference to an individual or organisation.

GiveNow has compiled a register of places and organisations you can donate your unwanted, good quality furniture to. Click on your state below to find a local organisation you can donate to.

 

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Australian Capital Territory

GIVIT

Where/How you can Donate: GIVIT, which connects those who have with those in need, 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 assist those in need, via more than 1,000 trusted Australian charities.

Email: info@givit.org.au
Website: http://www.givit.org.au

 

RSPCA ACT

Where/How you can Donate: Donations of furniture in good condition will be greatly appreciated.

What happens with your donation: All donations are processed and sorted. Items that meet our quality standards are sold at the shops. Out stores raise much needed income to support the work of the Society and the welfare of All Creatures Great and Small. 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.

Phone: (02) 6287 8100
Email: rspca@rspca-act.org.au
Website: www.rspca-act.org.au

 

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 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

 

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New South Wales

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

Email: info@givit.org.au
Website: http://www.givit.org.au

 

Leeton Community Op Shop

Where/How you can Donate: Our Leeton Community Op Shop is 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 op shop?

Furniture and white goods pick-ups:We can collect donations for FREE in Leeton, Yanco and Wamoon. To arrange your FREE collection please call (02) 6953 5664

Unfortunately, there are items we cannot take as we cannot sell them through our stores. These include:
  • any items that are stained, torn or in need of repair
  • non-digital televisions, and TV units for non-digital televisions
  • carpets and underlay
  • building materials and kitchens
  • outdoor playground equipment (for example swing sets, trampolines)
  • gas appliances
  • desks over 1.2 meters wide
  • any items over 1.8 meters in length
  • pianos
  • industrial sewing machines
  • stoves and ovens
  • curtain rods, tracks and awning
Goods donated by companies: If your business has customer returns, samples or end-of-line stock taking up valuable space, please consider donating the goods to the Leeton Community Op Shop. We are also always happy to receive second-hand office equipment and supplies such as stationery and furniture.

What happens with your donation: Families and individuals in need are given donated items free of charge. The Leeton Community Op Shop sell new and second-hand donated goods at affordable prices. These shops help us reach out to local community, offering clothing, furniture, white goods and other household essentials at affordable prices. They also raise funds for our work towards an Australia free of poverty.

Phone: (02) 6953 5664
Email: jodie.r@lccd.org.au
Website: http://lccd.org.au

 

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.lifeline.org.au

 

Mission Australia

Where/How you can Donate: Simply drop your pre-loved donations at one of our op shops or donation bins. See our locations for our op shops.
  • Do not leave goods if they don’t fit in our donation bin - they may get weather-damaged
  • If an item is stained, torn or broken, we can’t accept it
  • If an item is breakable/fragile, please wrap before donating

What happens with your donation: Donated items are generally sold through our 11 Retail outlets. We provide quality products at a reduced cost to our customers. We support local refuges and on a case by case scenario can support those in need who require assistance with clothing and furniture. Excess items are also exported to raise revenue for our service and reduce wastage. We also:
  • Help local people in need - all proceeds go directly towards our services
  • Provide local employment – they offer job training and volunteering opportunities
  • Environmentally friendly - recycling pre-loved goods reduces landfill and CO2 emissions
  • Nothing is wasted - unwearable clothing (must be cleaned and unstained) is cut down and sold as cleaning rags

Phone: (02) 4286 6100
Email: opshops@missionaustralia.com.au
Website: https://www.missionaustralia.com.au

 

The Smith Family

Where/ How you can Donate:We would greatly appreciate any manchester from manufacturers or business groups. Please note that we are unable to accept white goods/electrical items and mattresses. Furniture donations can only be accepted in certain regions of NSW at present.

We raise funds through the sale of your quality donations in our retail stores and various export markets. Your donations not only help us to raise funds and cover part of our administration costs, but you are also helping the environment by reducing landfill volumes.

Phone: 1300 737 166
Email: customerservice@thesmithfamily.com.au
Website: http://www.thesmithfamily.com.au/donate/clothing

 

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 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

 

Father Riley's Op Shop (Youth Off the Streets)_

Where / How you can donate: We require donations of bric-a-brac and furniture. Are you moving house and can't take all of your furniture with you? Is your business relocating and you are purchasing new furniture and have no need for old office equipment? Have you done a spring clean and have clothing or house goods you wish to part with? We would really appreciate the donations. We have 2 men and a truck who will pick up from anywhere. Please allow for a 4 week lead time from booking to pick-up as we have limited resources with one truck servicing all areas.

What happens with your donation: Donations of second hand goods, particularly furniture, can be sold at Op Shops located in Bowral, Maitland, Cessnock and Singleton.

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, which connects those who have with those in need, 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 assist those in need, via more than 1,000 trusted Australian charities.
Email: info@givit.org.au
Website: http://www.givit.org.au

 

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 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

 

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Queensland

Asthma Foundation Queensland

Where/ How can you donate: For furniture donations please contact us on 3252 7677 or visit our website to find the location of your nearest Asthma Foundation Op Shop, or donation where you can drop off your donated items.

What happens with your donation: Visit your local community Asthma Op Shop to bag a bargain and help raise funds for asthma support programs and research.

Phone: (07) 3252 7677
Website: http://www.asthmaaustralia.org.au/qld/support-us/shop/op-shops

 

Endeavour Foundation

Where/How you can Donate: Looking to donate quality household items? Our Beenleigh store operates a donation collection service and may be able to help clear out quality household items cluttering your home. Donating your unwanted furniture and household items is a great way to help the environment while providing opportunities for people like a disability. Call today 07 3287 5715 to speak with our friendly team about your donation or visit us at 137 George Street, Beenleigh.

What happens with your donation: Our Recycled Clothing stores raise funds to provide opportunities for people with a disability through education, training and lifeskill development, employment, accommodation support, respite and recreation. Learn more at www.endeavour.com.au.

Phone: 1800 112 112
Website: https://www.endeavour.com.au/Shop-with-us/Recycled-Clothing-Stores

 

GIVIT

Where/How you can Donate: GIVIT, which connects those who have with those in need, 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 assist those in need, via more than 1,000 trusted Australian charities.
Email: info@givit.org.au
Website: http://www.givit.org.au

 

Lifeline

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.

Phone: (07) 3632 1010
Website: www.lifelineshopsqld.com/

 

Link Vision (formerly Aid for the Blind)

Where/How you can Donate: Donations can be placed in our donation bins, Op Shops, Warehouse or Head Office. Alternately, you can call our warehouse and we will collect from private residences. All relevant details are on our website

What happens with your donation: All items donated are sold through our Op Shops. All proceeds from these Op Shops assist those in our community with Low or No Vision lead more meaningful and independent lives. Proceeds help to fund our heavily subsidised accommodation units and free education services for those with Low or No Vision. As a self-funded charity, Link Vision relies heavily on support from generous Queenslanders.

Phone: (07) 3846 1258
Email: office@linkvision.org.au
Website: www.linkvision.org.au

 

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.

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

 

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South Australia

Diabetes SA

Where/How you can Donate:If you find yourself cleaning out cupboards, wardrobes or sheds and are left with clothing, homewares, books, toys and furniture items that are too good to throw away, then why not give them to Diabetes SA. Your donation goes further when you donate at our Attended Donation Centres at Hilton, Salisbury North or at kerbside when you receive a blue bag in your letterbox. To find out more about our donation locations or to organise a collection phone 8234 1977 or visit www.diabetessa.com.au. Diabetes SA is unable to offer a collection service for larger items of furniture. These items can be accepted at our Salisbury North location or one of the Savers stores.

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

Phone: (08) 8234 1977
Website: http://www.diabetessa.com.au/clothing-collections/what-is-clothing-collections.html

 

GIVIT

Where/How you can Donate: GIVIT, which connects those who have with those in need, 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 assist those in need, via more than 1,000 trusted Australian charities.
Email: info@givit.org.au
Website: http://www.givit.org.au

 

Oars Community Transitions

Where/How you can Donate: We have five op Shops in South Australia, however only our Elizabeth North Store is large enough to be able to stock furniture. If you have any furniture, white goods and bric-a-brac in good condition which you would like to donate, and you are in the Adelaide metropolitan area, please call to arrange collection. We are generally able to arrange collection the week following your call. If you are able to take your furniture to the Elizabeth North store directly, please call the number below to confirm store opening times.

What happens with your donation: Clients in need of furniture are placed on a list and donations which match their needs are delivered to them free of charge. Clients in need of household items are eligible to receive starter kits. Any unallocated furniture is sent to the Elizabeth North OARS Op Shop which provides good quality second-hand furniture to the community at very reasonable prices. Bric-a-brac and household items are distributed between the shops and are also available at reasonable prices. Funds raised by the Op Shops help to assist our programs. The Op Shops are staffed entirely by volunteers.

Phone: Head office on (08) 8218 0700
Email: oars@oars.org.au
Website: http://www.oars.org.au/

 

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 ; 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

 

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Tasmania

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

Email: info@givit.org.au
Website: http://www.givit.org.au

 

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 items are sold at Centres to support our activities.

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

 

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Victoria

Lifeline Gippsland

Where/ How you can Donate: Call 03 51363500 to Arrange a Pickup Today or drop your donation to Bay 2 at Lifeline Gippsland’s Warehouse, 2-8 Fleming Street, Morwell.

What happens with your donation: All furniture donations are sold at our Warehouse in Morwell or at our Traralgon shop. All our shops are staffed by volunteers and the income raised from the shops supports Lifeline Gippsland's 24-hour telephone counselling services.

Phone: (03) 5136 3500
Email: retail@llg.org.au
Website: www.llg.org.au

 

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 store visit www.brotherhoodstores.com.

Furniture and white goods pick-ups: We can collect donations for FREE in Greater Melbourne. To arrange your FREE collection please call 1300 DONATE (1300 366 283).

Unfortunately there are items we cannot take as we cannot sell them through our stores. These include:

  • any items that are stained, torn or in need of repair

  • bath and shower screens

  • exercise equipment

  • children’s bicycles

  • baby furniture (for example cots, prams and highchairs)

  • non-digital televisions, and TV units for non-digital televisions

  • carpets and underlay

  • building materials and kitchens

  • outdoor playground equipment (for example swing sets, trampolines)

  • gas appliances

  • desks over 1.2 metres wide

  • any items over 1.8 metres in length

  • pianos

  • industrial sewing machines

  • stoves and ovens
  • computers – please contact Green PC on (03) 9418 7400 for computer donations
  • curtain rods, tracks and awning.
Goods donated by companies: If your business has customer returns, samples or end-of-line stock taking up valuable space, please consider donating the goods to the Brotherhood. We are also always happy to receive second-hand office equipment and supplies such as stationery and furniture.


What happens with your donation: The Brotherhood's Stores in Greater Melbourne sell new and second-hand donated goods at affordable prices. These shops help us reach out to local communities, offering clothing, furniture, white goods and other household essentials at affordable prices. They also raise funds for our work towards an Australia free of poverty.

Phone:1300 DONATE (1300 366 283)
Website: http://stores.bsl.org.au

 

Education program for Infants and Children Inc (EPIC)

Where/ How you can Donate: EPIC has four opportunity shops manned by volunteers in hawthorn, Reservoir, Preston and Diamond Creek. For addresses please contact EPIC on 03 9466 9600.

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.

Phone: (03) 9466 9022
Website: www.epic.edu.au

 

GIVIT

Where/How you can Donate: GIVIT, which connects those who have with those in need, 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 assist those in need, via more than 1,000 trusted Australian charities.
Email: info@givit.org.au
Website: http://www.givit.org.au

 

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. Donations that we are UNABLE to accept include: electrical goods of any kind, soiled clothing and manchester, damaged glassware and china, damaged/broken furniture, pillows and mattresses.

What happens with your donation: RSPCA Victoria has a network of fourteen 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.

Phone: (03) 9224 2222
Website: http://www.rspcavic.org/shop/rspca-op-shops

 

Sacred Heart Mission

Where/How you can Donate: We accept donations during business hours at our 10 op shops – see our locations for the most convenient for you.

What happens with your donation: Donations to our op shops help Sacred Heart Mission fund vital programs and integrated services for people experiencing homeless, disadvantage and social isolation in St Kilda and surrounding areas of Melbourne’s inner south-east plus north-east regions.

Phone: (03) 9536 8437
Email: opshops@sacredheartmission.org
Website: https://www.sacredheartmission.org

 

St Vincent de Paul Society Victoria

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. Call 1800 621 349 for details or to arrange for goods to be collected. Your donation of any of the following items will be greatly appreciated: Clothing, Furniture, Household Goods, Bric-a-brac, Toys, Blankets and Non perishable Food items. Some of our larger Shops also accept donations of Whitegoods.

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.

Website: www.vinnies.org.au

 

Vision Australia Foundation

Where/ How you can Donate: You can support Vision Australia by buying from your local store or making a donation of your unwanted household goods, bric-a-brac, books in good condition. To make a donation simply take your items into your nearest store. Shops are located in Sandringham, Rye, Somerville, Cranbourne, Ballarat, Bendigo, Albury, Shepparton, Mooroopna, Mildura, Geelong.

Phone: 1300 84 74 66
Email: info@visionaustralia.org
Website: www.visionaustralia.org.au

 

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Western Australia

GIVIT

Where/How you can Donate: GIVIT, which connects those who have with those in need, 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 assist those in need, via more than 1,000 trusted Australian charities.
Email: info@givit.org.au
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. For donations of furniture, large items/quantities, fragile or valuable goods, contact our Home Collection Service on 08 9455 1222 to arrange easy pick-up from your home or business (Perth metropolitan area only).

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

Phone: (08) 9463 0500
Email: info@gsi.org.au
Website: http://www.goodsamaritan.com.au

 

People Who Care

Where/ How you can Donate: Goods can be dropped at 48 James Street in Guildford. We accept donations of the following goods: House Hold 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
Email: pwcinc@peoplewhocare.org.au
Website: www.peoplewhocare.org.au

 

RSPCA WA

Where/ How you can Donate: Donations of furniture in good condition will be greatly appreciated. Donations can be dropped off at any of our 4 stores in Bibra Lake, Mirrabooka, Palmyra or Port Kennedy or if this difficult, please call our Palmyra store (08) 9319 1985 for assistance.

What happens with your donation:All donations are processed and sorted. Items that meet our quality standards are sold at the shops. RSPCA WA stores raise much needed income to support the work of the Society andthe welfare of All Creatures Great and Small.

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.

Phone: (08) 9209 9300
Email: rspca@rspcawa.asn.au
Website: https://www.rspcawa.asn.au

 

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 items are sold at Centres to support our activities.

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

 

Are you a community group wishing to be added to the register? If you want your details listed please provide them in the same format and send them via email to donations@givenow.com.au