Charity clothes collection London
Donate clothes and make a difference
You donate. We collect.
book a free charity clothes collection to donate your unwanted:
Adult’s and children’s clothes
Shoes, handbags and jewellery
Household items, linen, towels and curtains
Toys, Books, CDs, vinyl records
Collectables, paintings and pictures
Electrical items (e.g. lamp, hairdryer, iron)
Electronics (e.g. laptop, mobile phone)
Enter your postcode to book a collection
At Little Lives UK we are determined to support disabled and disadvantaged children and young people to help them build stronger futures. We are proud to work together with our communities to resolve issues children are facing.
Where does my clothing donation go?
We often donate items directly to families and children in need. We also regularly give items donated to us, such as clothes and toys, to local councils and schools so they can be immediately used to support children. Some of the clothing donated to us is used to directly support the community. We work closely with local refugee centres, regularly offering them clothing items donated to us which they can then provide to many families.
Why do we love recycling clothes?
In the UK there is an estimated £140 million worth of clothing dumped into landfills each year. A lot of the time these clothes could have been easily reused or repurposed but because of cheap clothing and our throw-away culture, we see our landfills filling up with thousands of tonnes of wasted clothing and textiles. We want to ensure that we look to our children’s futures and use as much material for good as possible instead of it being wasted.
Can I drop off my donation to your charity shops?
Our charity clothes shops are based in Raynes Park, Tooting and Fulham in London. They operate solely on a charity basis with all proceeds supporting the community through our charity’s campaigns. You can simply drop off your unwanted clothes to one of our locations or use our clothes collection service.
London collection service covers
North West & West London
NW3, NW5 – Hampstead, NW1 – Camden, NW6 – Willesden, W9, NW8 – Marylebone, W2, W10, W12, W11 – Paddington, W3 – Acton, W5 – Ealing, W4 – Chiswick, W6, w14 – Hammersmith
Kingston upon Thames, Sutton and Morden
KT9, KT17, KT19, KT4 – Epsom, KT1, KT5, KT6 – Surbiton, KT2 Kingston upon Thames, KT3 – New Malden, CR4 – Mitcham, SM1, SM2, SM3, SM4 – Morden, SM5, SM6 – Carlshalton, TW1, TW2, TW10 – Twickenham
South West London
SW2 – Brixton, SW3 – Chelsea, SW4 – Clapham, SW5 – Clapham, SW6 – Fulham, SW7 – South Kensington, SW8 – South Lambeth, SW9 – Stockwell, SW10 – West Brompton, Sw12 – Balham, SW13 – Barnes, SW14 – Mortlake, SW15 – Putney, SW16 – Streatham, SW17 – Tooting, SW18 – Wandsworth, SW19 – Wimbledon, SW20 – Raynes Park