We help to do good things for great UK charities and our planet. Wherever you live, work or play by filling one of our collection bags you can trust us to recycle your preloved frocks, tops, sports kits and tutus into charitable funds.
Raising funds for charity and recycling is at the heart of what we do. We take not a single penny from our charity partners so every pound they receive from us is a bonus. And last year the great British public helped us raise over £1.5 million. We take our hat off to you.
Easter Opening Hours
Please note that due to the Bank Holidays in England, we will not be taking helpline calls on Good Friday (14th April) or Easter Monday (17th April). Our helpline (020 7288 8545) will reopen on Tuesday 18th April at 9am. Please use our Contact Form in the meantime, and we’ll get in touch after Easter.
Thank you for your understanding, and Happy Easter from the team at Clothes Aid!
The NSPCC’s purpose is to end cruelty to children. Their vision is of a society where all children are loved, valued and able to fulfil their potential.
Macmillan Cancer Support works to improve the lives of people
affected by cancer and their families. We’re here to help. Together,
we are Macmillan Cancer Support.
CHAS services are funded mainly through the generosity of the many supporters who help raise over £6 million needed each year to provide these vital hospice services.
SCAA has responded to over 600 emergency callouts taking highly trained paramedics straight to the scene of traumatic accidents and medical emergencies across the whole of Scotland.
Funds generated by Clothes Aid go towards helping Make-A-Wish’s dedicated team of wishgranters and volunteers to turn wishes into reality for even more children.
Zoë’s Place offer palliative, respite and terminal care for babies/infants aged from birth to five years old.