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Donating furniture to Charities and Goodwill Opshops

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At Ziilch we support Australian charities 100%. Charities supply a valuable service to our communities by raising money for vital projects and helping people in need. If you have items that are in high demand by charities then we encourage you to donate your unwanted items to a good cause. Select your state below to find the best charity to donate your clothes, household and furniture items to.




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A couple tips for donating items:

When donating to an Australian charity, do so responsibly. Ziilch recommends contacting your local charity before donating your items to find out what the charity specifically needs and what they have too much of. Millions of dollars are spent every year by Charities and OpShops managing waste and inappropriate items dumped outside their premises and at donation boxes. Dumping of unsuitable items is a huge problem for charities and diverts funds away from programs that are designed to help people in times of need.

Also remember that it is important that the goods you donate are quality items and in working order. For health and safety reasons, Australian charities do place tough restrictions on what can and can’t be donated, so please see this list published by the Salvation Army and this one from The Brotherhood of St Laurence for examples of items not suitable for donation.

If your items are not suitable for donation, they may still be great candidates to be re-used or upcycled and we urge you to keep them out of landfill by listing them on Ziilch.




Donate Furniture VIC / Melbourne

Please contact each individual charity to find out if they offer donation bins, donation drop off locations or free furniture pickup in Melbourne suburbs.


donate furniture to Sacred Heart Mission

Donate to The Sacred Heart Mission Op Shop (VIC)

The Sacred Heart Mission helps fund essential programs and services to people who are living in poverty or who are homeless. Their op shop accepts donations including furniture. You can donate stuff to charity directly to their stores or arrange free furniture collection if you live around one of the suburbs that their six stores are located.

website: www.thesacredheartmission.org


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Donate to the Epilepsy OpShop (VIC)

Donate your preloved belongings to Epilepsy Op Shops. All donations need to be in a good saleable condition. Donations can be made at any Epilepsy Op Shop or you can make an appointment for their Op Shop Truck to pickup donations. This makes it easy to donate furniture in Melbourne with this free pickup service.

website: www.epinet.org.au


free furniture pickup and collection from diabetes australia

Donate furniture to Diabetes (VIC)

Donations to Diabetes Australia help to fund diabetes awareness programs, support people with diabetes and assist with finding a cure through research. Diabetes Australia run a collection service throughout Melbourne and can take small items of furniture - light enough for one person to lift and carry.

website: www.diabetesvic.org.au


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Donate to Brotherhood of St Laurence (VIC)

The Brotherhood of St Laurence assists the most disadvantaged and vulnerable members in our community including children, the unemployed, older people and refugees. The Brotherhood accepts donations of furniture and white goods at their stores or you can arrange a collection via their website.

For a list of items that can be donated, click here

website: www.brotherhoodstores.com


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Donate to St Vincent de Paul Society – Vinnies (VIC)

Vinnies accept donations of furniture to help people experiencing disadvantage. Furniture donated to Vinnies is either sold, used in one of their refuges or a combination of both. Please note that not every Vinnies store can accept furniture donation so if you are thinking of donating to Vinnies please call ahead to ensure they can accept your donations.

Call to donate furniture and arrange pick up. Collection times vary depending on location, make sure you allow 1-2 weeks for Vinnies to arrange a pick-up for you.

website: www.vinnies.org.au


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Donate to the Salvation Army – Salvos (VIC)

Donations to the Salvos help raise money for vital community projects. The Salvos request that all goods donated are of quality as it costs The Salvation Army millions of dollars every year to remove rubbish and unsuitable items that are dumped or donated. Furniture donation can be dropped off at your local Salvos or Family Store or you can call them to arrange for their truck to collect large items.

For a list of items that cannot be accepted as donations click here

website: www.salvos.org.au


charity donations to Lifeline opshops

Donate to Lifeline (VIC)

Lifeline encourages charity donations of quality, used or unwanted items such as; clothing, books, furniture, household items and bric-a-brac. Items donated are collected for the purpose of resale in retail outlets and raise funds for Lifeline services. Please note that goods accepted at different Lifeline shops do vary, so please contact your local collection point for more information.

website: www.lifeline.org.au


Donate Furniture NSW / Sydney

Please contact each individual charity to find out if they offer donation bins, donation drop off locations or free furniture pickup in Sydney suburbs.


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Donate to Mission Australia (NSW)

Mission Australia have 10 Big Heart op shops in NSW in the llawarra, Shoalhaven, Goulburn, Campbelltown and Liverpool areas. If you are a local you can donate household goods at your nearest store or you can arrange a furniture pickup service by contacting your local store.

website: www.missionaustralia.com.au


The Smith family accept donations of clothing and furniture

Donate to The Smith Family (NSW)

The Smith Family raise funds through the sale of quality donations in their retail stores and various export markets. The Smith Family greatly appreciate donations of bulk clothing, accessories and manchester but are unable to accept white goods/electrical items and mattresses. Furniture and bulky goods (non-electrical items only) donations can only be accepted in certain regions of NSW at present. Please contact the Customer Support department for more information.

website: www.thesmithfamily.com.au


Donate household items and furniture to Vinnies

Donate to St Vincent de Paul Society – Vinnies (NSW)

Vinnies accept donations of furniture to help people experiencing disadvantage. Furniture donated to Vinnies is either sold, used in one of their refuges or a combination of both. Please note that not every Vinnies store can accept furniture so if you are thinking of donating to Vinnies please call ahead to ensure they can accept your donations.

Call to arrange furniture collection. Collection times vary depending on location, make sure you allow 1-2 weeks for Vinnies to arrange a pick-up for you.

website: www.vinnies.org.au


Salvos - accept donations of household items, clothing and furniture

Donate to the Salvation Army – Salvos (NSW)

Donations to the Salvos help raise money for vital community projects. The Salvos request that all goods donated are of quality as it costs The Salvation Army millions of dollars every year to remove rubbish and unsuitable items that are dumped or donated. Furniture for donation can be dropped off at your local Salvos or Family Store or you can call them to arrange for their truck to collect large items.

For a list of items that cannot be accepted as donations click here

website: www.salvos.org.au


Lifeline accepts charity donations of furniture

Donate to Lifeline (NSW)

Lifeline encourages donations of quality, used or unwanted items such as; clothing, books, furniture, household items and bric-a-brac. Items donated are collected for the purpose of resale in retail outlets and raise funds for Lifeline services. Please note that goods accepted at different Lifeline shops do vary, so please contact your local collection point for more information.

website: www.lifeline.org.au


Donate Furniture QLD / Brisbane

Please contact each individual charity to find out if they offer donation bins, donation drop off locations or free furniture donation pick up in Brisbane suburbs.


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Aid for the Blind - Queensland

Aid for the Blind have seven Op Shop which accept donations including furniture. Most donations are made via donation bins so if you want to donate old furniture please contact them directly and they can arrange to collect big items from you.

website: www.aidforthebling.org


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Donate to Uniting Care – Liveline (QLD)

Donating goods to the Lifeline shop provides Uniting Care the opportunity to raise funds to run free support services in the community. Please make sure items donated are of reasonable quality and are suitable to be resold. Small items can be donated via Lifeline bins or to donate household goods to charity. For large items such as furniture please call their local area warehouse to find out where drop-off-points are located or to arrange a furniture collection.

website: www.ucommunity.org.au


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Donate to Lifeline (QLD)

Lifeline encourages donations of quality, used or unwanted items. It's easy to donate toys, clothing, books, furniture, household items and bric-a-brac. Items donated are collected for the purpose of resale in retail outlets and raise funds for Lifeline services. Please note that goods accepted at different Lifeline shops do vary, so please contact your local collection point for more information.

website: www.lifeline.org.au


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Donate to St Vincent de Paul Society - Vinnies (QLD)

Vinnies accept donations of furniture to help people experiencing disadvantage. Furniture donated to Vinnies is either sold, used in one of their refuges or a combination of both. Please note that not every Vinnies store can accept furniture so if you are thinking of donating to Vinnies please call ahead to ensure they can accept your donations.

Call to arrange furniture collection. Collection times vary depending on location, make sure you allow 1-2 weeks for Vinnies to arrange a pick-up for you.

website: www.vinnies.org.au


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Donate to the Salvation Army – Salvos (QLD)

Donations to the Salvos help raise money for vital community projects. The Salvos request that all goods donated are of quality as it costs The Salvation Army millions of dollars every year to remove rubbish and unsuitable items that are dumped or donated. If you are donating electrical goods to charity, be sure to ring them first to ensure they can accept these items. Furniture for donation can be dropped off at your local Salvos or Family Store or you can call them to arrange for their truck to collect large items.

For a list of items that cannot be accepted as donations click here

website: www.salvos.org.au


Donate Furniture SA / Adelaide

Please contact each individual charity to find out if they offer donation bins, donation drop off locations or free furniture pickup in Adelaide suburbs.


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Donate to Diabetes SA

If you're looking where to donate furniture, Diabetes SA provides a collection service for household goods and furniture. The pickup services is available around metropolitan Adelaide and selected country regions. Organise a collection via their website.

Please view the list of items they do not accept here

website: www.diabetessa.com.au


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Donate to Lifeline (SA)

Lifeline encourages donations of quality, used or unwanted items. If you're looking where to donate clothes, books, furniture, household items and bric-a-brac. Items donated are collected for the purpose of resale in retail outlets and raise funds for Lifeline services. Please note that goods accepted at different Lifeline shops do vary, so please contact your local collection point for more information.

website: www.lifeline.org.au


Vinnies is one of the charities that pickup donations

Donate to St Vincent de Paul Society – Vinnies (SA)

Vinnies accept donations of furniture to help people experiencing disadvantage. Furniture donated to Vinnies is either sold, used in one of their refuges or a combination of both. Please note that not every Vinnies store can accept furniture so if you are thinking of donating to Vinnies please call ahead to ensure they can accept your donation of furniture.

Call to arrange furniture collection. Collection times vary depending on location, make sure you allow 1-2 weeks for Vinnies to arrange a pick-up for you.

website: www.vinnies.org.au


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Donate to the Salvation Army – Salvos (SA)

Donations to the Salvos help raise money for vital community projects. The Salvos request that all goods donated are of quality as it costs The Salvation Army millions of dollars every year to remove rubbish and unsuitable items that are dumped or donated. Furniture for donation can be dropped off at your local Salvos or Family Store or you can call them to arrange for their truck to collect large items.

For a list of items that cannot be accepted as donations click here

website: www.salvos.org.au


Donate Furniture WA / Perth

Please contact each individual charity to find out if they offer clothing donation bins, donation drop off locations or free furniture pickup in Perth suburbs.


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Donate to Good Samaritan – Good Sammy (WA)

Good Sammy (Good Samaritan Industries) provides meaningful paid employment to 250 Western Australians with disabilities through their 24 opportunity stores across metropolitan and regional WA. Household donations can be made via yellow donation bins or contact them for their free home collection service.

website: www.goodsamaritan.com.au


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Donate to Anglicare (WA)

Anglicare WA accept house hold donations including furniture. You can arrange a collection by visiting their website and contacting them.

Please view their list of unsuitable items for donation prior to dropping off items at their op shop here

website: www.anglicarewa.org.au


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Donate to St Vincent de Paul Society – Vinnies (WA)

Vinnies accept donations of furniture to help people experiencing disadvantage. Furniture donated to Vinnies is either sold, used in one of their refuges or a combination of both. Please note that not every Vinnies store can accept furniture so if you are thinking of donating goods to charities, such as Vinnies, please call ahead to ensure they can accept your donations.

Call to arrange furniture collection. Collection times vary depending on location, make sure you allow 1-2 weeks for Vinnies to arrange a pick-up for you.

website: www.vinnies.org.au


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Donate to the Salvation Army – Salvos (WA)

Donations to the Salvos help raise money for vital community projects. The Salvos request that all goods donated are of quality as it costs The Salvation Army millions of dollars every year to remove rubbish and unsuitable items that are dumped or donated. Furniture for donation can be dropped off at your local Salvos or Family Store or you can call them to arrange for their truck to collect large items.

For a list of items that cannot be accepted as donations click here

website: www.salvos.org.au


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Donate to Lifeline (WA)

Lifeline encourages donations of quality, used or unwanted items such as; clothing donations, books, furniture, household items and bric-a-brac. Items donated are collected for the purpose of resale in retail outlets and raise funds for Lifeline services. Please note that goods accepted at different Lifeline shops do vary, so please contact your local collection point for more information.

website: www.lifeline.org.au


Donate Furniture TAS / Hobart


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Donate to Lifeline (TAS)

Lifeline encourages donations of quality, used or unwanted items such as; clothes donation, books, furniture, household items and bric-a-brac. Items donated are collected for the purpose of resale in retail outlets and raise funds for Lifeline services. Please note that goods accepted at different Lifeline shops do vary, so please contact your local collection point for more information.

website: www.lifeline.org.au


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Donate to St Vincent de Paul Society – Vinnies (TAS)

Vinnies accept second hand furniture donations to help people experiencing disadvantage. Furniture donated to Vinnies is either sold, used in one of their refuges or a combination of both. Please note that not every Vinnies store can accept furniture so if you are thinking of donating to Vinnies please call ahead to ensure they can accept your donations.

Call to arrange furniture collection. Collection times vary depending on location, make sure you allow 1-2 weeks for Vinnies to arrange a pick-up for you.

website: www.vinnies.org.au


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Donate to the Salvation Army – Salvos (TAS)

Salvos furniture donation helps raise money for vital community projects. The Salvos request that all goods donated are of quality as it costs The Salvation Army millions of dollars every year to remove rubbish and unsuitable items that are dumped or donated. Furniture for donation can be dropped off at your local Salvos or Family Store or you can call them to arrange for their truck to collect large items.

For a list of items that cannot be accepted as donations click here

website: www.salvos.org.au


Donate Furniture NT / Darwin

Please contact each individual charity to find out if they offer donation bins, donation drop off locations or free furniture pickup in Darwin suburbs.


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Donate to Lifeline (NT)

Lifeline encourages donations of quality, used or unwanted items such as; clothing, books, furniture, household items and bric-a-brac. Items donated are collected for the purpose of resale in retail outlets and raise funds for Lifeline services. Please note that goods accepted at different Lifeline shops do vary, so please contact your local collection point for more information.

website: www.lifeline.org.au


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Donate to St Vincent de Paul Society – Vinnies (NT)

Vinnies accept donations of furniture to help people experiencing disadvantage. Furniture donated to Vinnies is either sold, used in one of their refuges or a combination of both. Please note that not every Vinnies store can accept furniture so if you are thinking of donating to Vinnies please call ahead to ensure they can accept your donations.

Call to arrange furniture collection. Collection times vary depending on location, make sure you allow 1-2 weeks for Vinnies to arrange a pick-up for you.

website: www.vinnies.org.au


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Donate to the Salvation Army – Salvos (NT)

Support the Salvos and donate furniture to help raise money for vital community projects. The Salvos request that all goods donated are of quality as it costs The Salvation Army millions of dollars every year to remove rubbish and unsuitable items that are dumped or donated. Furniture for donation can be dropped off at your local Salvos or Family Store or you can call them to arrange for their truck to collect large items.

For a list of items that cannot be accepted as donations click here

website: www.salvos.org.au


Donate Furniture ACT / Canberra

Please contact each individual charity to find out if they offer donation bins, donation drop off locations or free furniture donation pickup in Canberra suburbs.


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Donate to Lifeline (ACT)

Lifeline encourages donations of quality, used or unwanted items such as; clothing, books, furniture, household items and bric-a-brac. Items donated are collected for the purpose of resale in retail outlets and raise funds for Lifeline services. Please note that goods accepted at different Lifeline shops do vary, so please contact your local collection point for more information.

website: www.lifeline.org.au


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Donate to St Vincent de Paul Society – Vinnies (ACT)

Vinnies accept donations of furniture to help people experiencing disadvantage. Furniture donated to Vinnies is either sold, used in one of their refuges or a combination of both. Please note that not every Vinnies store can accept furniture so if you are thinking of donating to Vinnies please call ahead to ensure they can accept your donations.

Call to arrange furniture collection. Collection times vary depending on location, make sure you allow 1-2 weeks for Vinnies to arrange a pick-up for you.

website: www.vinnies.org.au


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Donate to the Salvation Army – Salvos (ACT)

Donations to the Salvos help raise money for vital community projects. The Salvos request that all goods donated are of quality as it costs The Salvation Army millions of dollars every year to remove rubbish and unsuitable items that are dumped or donated. Furniture for donation can be dropped off at your local Salvos or Family Store or you can call them to arrange for their truck to collect large items.

For a list of items that cannot be accepted as donations click here

website: www.salvos.org.au


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