The covid-19 crisis has forced us to close all of our ten shops, cutting off one of our major funding streams. We anticipate our income will drop by £1.5m over the coming year. Knowing it costs over £6m a year to run the Hospice, we need your help more than ever.

Donating goods during the coronavirus pandemic

This challenging and uncertain time has given us all an opportunity to organise and de-clutter our own space. If you’ve been clearing out your wardrobes and were wondering how you could pass your previously cared for items onto a new home, promise them to us, your local hospice!

Fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch to book you an appointment.

Promise to pass on to a new home

Previously cared for goods that help us provide the hospice care our patients and their families need:

  • Women's, men's and children's clothing including; shoes, accessories, handbags and jewellery
  • Homewares
  • Linens and towels
  • Books, DVDs, records, unfortunately, no videos
  • Toys and games
  • Small electrical items
  • Small furniture items eg. magazine racks, footstools

Unfortunately, due to legal and health and safety regulations, there are some items that we are prohibited from selling in our shops.

Goods we are not able to accept

If you have any questions about donating goods to the Hospice, please contact us using the button below.

Contact our Retail Team