Where’s my nearest donation station?
As well as our shops, donation stations will be popping up across West Yorkshire on our Day to Donate this 21st September. Put your postcode in the box below and click "Filter" to locate the nearest shop or station to you.
What can I donate?
Almost anything! In fact, it’s easier to tell you what you can’t donate! Simply put, as long as it’s legal, safe and good quality, we’ll take it! Here’s a (quickish) run down!
Small household items - otherwise known as bric-a-brac, knick-knacks, whatchamacallits and thingamajigs do amazingly well in our shops. From plates and teacups to vases, pictures, even cocktail shakers, it doesn’t matter how random, we can always find it a good home!
Clothes, shoes, handbags and hats - we sell clothing like it’s going out of style! And in doing so save mountains of the stuff from ending up in landfill. If you’ve got good quality clothes and accessories that you don’t want any more, we’ll gladly take them off your hands!
Books, DVDs, CDs and vinyl - from Dan Brown to Jane Austen, ABBA to Oasis, Toy Story to The Bridge Over The River Kwai, we get allsorts in our shops - something our customers love us for! So help us delight them even more by donating your entertainment leftovers.
Toys and games - save your child’s unwanted toys and games from being relegated to a dusty retirement in the loft by donating them to us - we’ll make sure they get all the love and attention they deserve!
Random bits and pieces - stray Lego pieces, broken mobile phones, even the seemingly worthless have value for us!
The weird, wonderful, strange and unique - you’d be amazed by some of the things people donate, many of which would make little to nothing in our shops, but do really well on our eBay store! From karaoke machine to ship’s lantern, it turns out whatever the item, there’s a buyer out there somewhere who wants it!
What about furniture?
Sofas, wardrobes, cupboards, tables and chairs, if you’ve got furniture you want rid of, then we’ve got a van that can help! To arrange a free collection simply fill in an online collection form.
Book a collection
What should I leave at home?
White goods (we don’t accept fridges, washing machines or microwaves etc because if they don’t sell, it costs a lot to dispose of them), car seats, cycle helmets or similar safety devices (because we can’t guarantee their effectiveness), furniture or toys without an appropriate safety label.
For a full list of what we do and don't accept, click here