Frequent question: How can I donate unwanted clothes?

How do you get rid of clothes that can’t be donated?

Scroll down for a few options on how to do so.

  1. Look into textile recycling near you. …
  2. Donate them to places that take old clothing. …
  3. Talk to thrift shops. …
  4. Drop them off at stores that will help. …
  5. See if they can be composted. …
  6. Turn them into rags to use around your house. …
  7. Look up other textile recycling programs near you.

Where can I donate clothes during lockdown UK?

Donate at your nearest TRAID Clothes Recycling Bank (open during lockdown). TRAID has many banks located across the UK. 2. Donate at your local TRAID charity shop (hopefully from 12 April).

Which charity will collect clothes?

iCollectClothes operates a charity clothes collection service in major UK cities, enabling residents to donate womenswear, menswear, childrenswear and other select items to raise funds for a charity of their choosing.

What can I do with unwanted clothes UK?

What to do with old clothes

  • 1) Transform and upcycle into something new. …
  • 2) Check out local textile & fabric recycling spots. …
  • 3) Ask your council about textile collections. …
  • 4) Give to an animal shelter. …
  • 5) Donate to charity. …
  • 6) Pass on or hand them down. …
  • 7) Rent your clothes. …
  • 8) Swap your old clothes.
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Can you put clothes in the recycling bin UK?

Every year, 1.4 million tonnes of clothing and textiles is thrown away in the UK. … Please do not put clothes, shoes, bedding or textiles in your household recycling bin.

Do charity shops take bras?

Bras in ‘good but worn’ condition can be donated to an organisation such as Against Breast Cancer either directly or by one of their bra banks, or to a charity shop that accepts items of underwear.