Managing waste wisely

Charities Offering Home Collections

Are you doing a big cleanout and have quality household items and furniture that could be reused?

Charities and op shops rely on your quality donations, and some even offer free home collections for bulky items or large collections of eligible items. See table below.

Items in high demand include clean household furniture, linen, towels, bedframes, clothing, books, unbroken glassware, crockery, cookware, kitchen utensils, trinkets, working appliances, quality toys, games, puzzles and pots and pans. These items can be sold to assist those in need, or donated to those escaping domestic crises.* Please only donate quality, clean and unbroken items. Chipped, cracked or broken items cost charities to dispose of.

*Programs like Starting Over Support (a branch of charity People Who Care) help make a house a home for over 40 families escaping domestic crises every month. Your quality donations of furniture, manchester, kitchenware, homeware and clean single bed mattresses are a lifeline for these people.

Charities offering Home Collections

Charity Contact Details
Anglicare (08) 6253 3535 – enquiries / book a home collection. Op Shop Store locations
Good Sammy 1300 GOOD SAMMY (1300 466 372) or book online home collection.
Paraquad Industries T: 9381 0108; E:; online info
People Who Care Direct Donations Line for Starting Over Support program: M:0403 367 767
Salvos Stores  13 SALVOS (13 72 58) or visit Salvos Stores
Vinnies Select stores only. Call 13 18 12;  Store locations

Not good enough to give away?

Click here to find other ways to reuse and recycle your items. Otherwise, you can book Verge Valet™ to have your bulk rubbish removed if you live in a council offering Verge Valet™. Click here to find out.

Don’t have Verge Valet™? Wait for your council’s  next bulk verge waste collection, or take to the West Metro Recycling Centre  for disposal – click here for fees and charges.