Donating Your Goods
Here at Nightingales, we are so grateful for your donated goods which we are able to then sell on to generate vital funds for patient care
at Nightingale House Hospice.
We really don’t like to say no to any of your kind donations.
However, anything that we do accept and can’t sell will cost us money to dispose of safely.
By checking out the guide below before donating you can help us save time, money and maximise our fundraising efforts.
Please contact us directly before bringing in donations.
We can’t thank you enough for supporting Nightingale House Hospice!
Thank you so much for thinking of us, we really appreciate your support – it’s because you care that we can.
We encourage our supporters to call ahead before bringing in donations.
If you have any questions about specific items that you’d like to donate, please contact us on 01978 447990.
ITEMS WE DO ACCEPT
- Homewares & bric-a-brac
- CDs, DVDs & video games
- Handbags, shoes& jewellery
- Collectables & antiques
- Electrical items (certain stores only)
- Bikes (at our Reuse Centre only)
- Gym equipment
- Toys & games
- Prams and Pushchairs (Regent Street, Wrexham only)
ITEMS WE DO NOT ACCEPT
- Microwaves & printers
- Nursery & children’s equipment
- Personal safety equipment
- Broken, Incomplete or faulty items
- Anything without CE or fire labels
- Ripped or soiled clothing
- Things that need fuel or gas
- Health & personal care items
- Large wall units
Retail Gift Aid
Retail Gift Aid is a simple way to increase the
value of your donated goods by 25%!
If you are a UK taxpayer, we can claim an additional 25% back from HMRC in Gift Aid for everything you donate, and we sell.
For example, if we sell a pair of shoes you have donated for £10, we actually get £12.50 without it costing you a penny.
It’s easy to sign up to our Retail Gift Aid scheme, simply sign up at one of our shops or fill in a form below and email it to; firstname.lastname@example.org
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