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Donate your unwanted TV, PC
or laptop to our charity

Book a free and fast London collection

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Your donation makes a difference

Donating your unwanted electronic items can help to make a difference in the lives of children and their families who are in need of support. Little Lives works with a local authority to identify children in need of electronic devices such as computers and laptops.

Items that are not in a suitable condition to be donated to children are sold to raise funds for our campaigns.

Little Lives provides a free collection service in the London area.

We offer a free collection of your unwanted:

• Flat screen TV’s (Only in working condition / no plasma or faulty TVs)
• Desktop computers, laptops, PC screens, tablets, office equipment ** 
• Home cinemas, game consoles
• Tablets, iPods, Hi-fi systems
Smart Phones
• Cameras

*Unfortunately we do not currently accept “white goods” or printers.
**We respect the privacy of our donors and so we securely erase data on all the PC/Macs hard drives. 
Devices donated to children via schools,
youth clubs, refugee centres and councils

To book a free collection please fill out the form.
We aim to respond to requests within 4 hours.

“The generosity of Little Lives has been incredible. We are thankful that this organisation has actively sought out schools, like ours, who are most in need of support. I know that our community will benefit greatly from the donation of the devices. We are all appreciative of the work that Little Lives is doing to change the futures of our children. Thank you.”

— St Stephen’s Primary School, E6

On behalf of Cystic Fibrosis Care we send Little Lives UK an enormous thank you for your exceptional generosity in supporting children and teenagers who suffer with Cystic Fibrosis. By providing these valuable devises you will be helping 14 children to be able to receive home schooling through these tablets and to continue their education through technology which is so vital for their future during these most difficult times in the pandemic. Our charity works to access the care CF patients need to improve the quality of their life and minimise their daily struggle, and we cannot emphasis how grateful we are for your tremendous support.

– Cystic Fibrosis Care, DL8

Thank you so much for your charity’s generosity. You have given us more that we could have dreamed of and each of those devices will mean that another child or children will be able to access the remote home learning we provide during this lockdown (when will it end?) It will mean that a child will no longer be staying up late in order to have their turn to do some learning. It will mean that a child can now do their work using a bigger screen than their parents’ small smart phone. Our families and pupils are truly grateful for what you have given us.”

– Stag Lane Primary School, HA8