You can book a free collection if you are donating large items such as furniture and white goods. They will be made available at very affordable prices in our community shops, or gifted to help furnish a new tenancy.
All we ask is that items are in good condition and are clean. Any items with upholstery (i.e. sofas, mattresses, headboards) require a fire label to be attached.
Call our helpdesk on 0161 228 7331 to arrange a morning or afternoon slot to suit you.
For clothing and smaller donations, please bring them to one of our shops during opening times.
What we can collect
Large furniture items (including sofas, beds)
Large white goods and electricals (including washing machines, fridges, freezers, flatscreen TVs)
Bedroom furniture (wardrobes, chest of drawers and bedside cabinets)
Complete beds with fire protection label attached and mattress included (mattress must be 100% fit for reuse)
Dining tables and chairs (complete sets with fire labels if applicable)
Large food donations (more than a car load)
What you can drop off
Clothing and shoes
Small food donations (non-perishable and not expired)
Bric-à-brac and ornaments
New duvets and pillows in original packaging (due to hygiene reasons)
Small electrical items (microwaves, toasters, kettles, lamps)
Kitchenware (utensils, pots, pans, crockery)
Please note that due to health and safety, we are unable to accept certain items (i.e. gas cookers, CRT televisions). If you can’t see your items above, please give us a call to check if we can accept: 0161 228 7331, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get a quick response: send us a picture of your item(s) to our helpdesk WhatsApp: 07519 423914 and a member of our team will be in touch.
Fire label – where to find them
Fire label examples
Fire labels are usually present beneath the sofa cushions, or underneath/at the back of the sofa (see pictured examples):