MensLine Australia – male victims of domestic violence
Charities that accept goods donations (in alphabetical order)
Assist A Sista – clothing, toys, kitchenware, linen, pillows, furniture, baby goods, home wares
ClothesLine – clothes, blankets, toiletries
Dress for Success – lady’s business attire & accessories
Dandelion Support Network – baby clothes, nursery furniture & toys
Every Little Bit Helps – Unwanted hotel toiletries, inflight amenity kit, cosmetic & makeup samples for distribution to the homeless. All donations can be sent to PO Box 340 Forestville NSW 2087.
Generous & Grateful – whitegoods, beds, mattresses, TVs, Sofa, dining room sets, microwaves, drawers, as well as side tables etc.
Givit – free service that connects donors and charities.
Mummie’s Paying It Forward – collects just about everything except furniture, on behalf of a range of local charities, collection points across Sydney
Smiles2U – Smiles2U put together care packages for hospitalised children (with colouring books, sticker books and crayons), along with packs their parents and carers (with hand creams, soothing teas, etc).
The Beauty Bank – accepts unopened and unused toiletries and makeup (except perfume),
hand bags, gift items such as candles, jewellery and accessories, anything else you might think will bring a smile on a woman’s face!
The Footpath Library – Donate your unwanted books and magazines to the Footpath Library and they will be given to homeless people to help enrich their lives. Make sure to check out their website to see what genres/ conditions are acceptable and where to drop off.
The Salvation Army – clothes & household items
The Smith Family – clothes
The Uplift Project – bras in good clean condition, check website for drop-off points
St Vincent de Paul Society (“Vinnies”) – clothes & household items