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    Donate Goods

    We rely on donated goods, and we graciously accept items that are in good, used condition. 100% of profits support The Salvation Army programs that give hope to those in need around the country. We offer free home collections, but please be mindful that bookings are currently secured 3-4 weeks in advance. Thank you for supporting Salvos Stores
    All stores accept:
    Clothing & Accessories
    Clothing, footwear and accessories in good condition
    Bric-A-Brac & Homewares
    Household items that are in good condition
    Toys, Books, CD’s, DVD’s & Vinyl
    Items that are in good condition
    Electrical Goods
    Small electrical items such as radios in good, working condition
    Selected stores accept:
    White Goods
    Items such as refrigerators in good working condition
    Quality Furniture
    Furniture that is not broken, stained or torn
    Items we unfortunately cannot accept
    While we always appreciate your generosity, due to government regulations or saleability, there are certain items we are unfortunately unable to accept.
    Download the donation guide for VIC, TAS, SA, WA & NT:
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    Download the donation guide for QLD, NSW & ACT:
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    To a Store
    Please donate goods during opening hours. Some stores accept donations on Sundays, and some smaller stores do not accept larger items, such as furniture and white goods. Check local store listings for details.
    Your Donation
    Post your donation. From quality clothing and accessories to collectables, tech or jewellery - you can post your donations for free. Simply download an Australia Post shipping label and drop off at your local Post Office or Australia Post Box.
    Home Collection
    To book a free home collection, please call our Customer Care team on 13 SALVOS (13 72 58).

    Wherever there is hardship or injustice, Salvos will live, love and fight alongside others, to transform Australia one life at a time with the love of Jesus

    Through our commitment to reconciliation, The Salvation Army acknowledges the First Nations peoples of Australia as the traditional custodians of this land. We further acknowledge and pay our respects to past and present Elders, giving thanks for their wisdom that has sustained their people since the beginning of time, and we pledge to support emerging and future generations