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If you have items that are in good usable condition, you may want to consider donating your items to a charity who will collect them free of charge.
There are many local charities collecting all sorts of household items for free, from furniture to electrical items.
Emmaus is a homelessness charity. They provide a home for as long as someone needs it, as well as meaningful work in their social enterprise. This helps improve self-esteem and gives residents the opportunity to regain control of their lives.
To find out accepted items and arrange a collection visit Emmaus - donating your goods to Emmaus.
Gift 92 is a charity based in Preston supporting over 500 local families and around 800 individuals in real need each year. Established in Guild year 1992, Gift 92 was set up to collect unwanted items of furniture and household items for distribution to people in need across Preston.
To find out accepted items and arrange a collection visit Gift 92 - collections of donated goods.
The British Heart Foundation is the UK’s number one heart charity and through 50 years of funding cutting edge research, they have made a bid difference to people’s lives. They help millions of people every year with their up to date information about heart disease.
To find out accepted items and arrange a collection visit The British Heart Foundation - collection of donated goods.
St Catherine’s Hospice cares for people across Chorley, Longridge, Preston and South Ribble who are affected by life-limiting conditions. Whilst many of their patients have cancer, they also support people with other conditions such as heart failure, motor neurone disease and Parkinson's disease.
To find out accepted items and arrange a collection visit St Catherine's Hospice - Donating to our shops.
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