Do you have unwanted clothes, bits and bobs at home that you want to take to a charity shop? There are some limits on what you can and can’t donate, though. We can prepared a simple one-paged infographic to what to bring in the charity shop the next time you clean up, to help you save time for the next journey to the charity shop. Most charity shops sell a wide range of goods, including:

What to Donate to Charity

  • Accessories
  • Bags
  • Books
  • Clothing
  • Crockery
  • Games
  • Films
  • Jewellery
  • Music
  • Ornaments
  • Paintings
  • Shoes
  • Toys

Here is some items that most charity shop will not be able to take:

  • Weapons
  • Oil lamps
  • Prescription glasses
  • Items made from ivory
  • Prams
  • Life jackets
  • Buoyancy aids
  • Personal items, such as shavers

Some charities will not be able to take big furniture pieces or electronic products with them: check with the store if in question. There will be no selling of broken or unfinished objects.

What to Donate to Charity Infographic