Our Hospice Shops rely on the kindness and generosity of the local community in helping raise vital funds for local people who need it most.

Donate unwanted items

Unwanted quality goods help run our 24 bustling shops, ensuring our customers can bag their next bargain and make a difference to the lives of those who depend on hospice specialist care.


What can I donate in store?

  • Ladies Wear
  • Gents Wear
  • Childrens Wear
  • Shoes
  • Handbags
  • Accessories
  • Cushions
  • Curtains
  • Duvet Sets
  • Ornaments and pictures
  • Books
  • CDs
  • DVDs
  • Games
  • Jewellery (broken gold also of value)
  • Antiques and collectables
  • Unwanted gifts and gift sets
  • Toys
  • Jigsaws

What does my local store not accept?

  • Larger electrical goods
  • Large furniture items
  • Gas appliances
  • Oil heaters
  • Crash and safety helmets
  • Food items
  • Spectacles
  • Toys without the CE label
  • Weapons including flick knives
  • Pierced earrings
  • Nursery items – e.g prams etc
  • Underwear (unless new)
  • Water safety products
  • Goods unfit for resale

Why not Gift Aid your donations?

Gift Aid is a simple way to add 25% to the value of your donated goods and it won’t cost you a penny!


By signing up to add gift aid to your goods, you’ll be raising even more funds for Hospice, ensuring we can continue to deliver our vital care right across Northern Ireland.

For every £1 we raise from the sale of your items, we will get an extra 25p by reclaiming the tax you previously paid when buying your item new.

If you are a UK taxpayer, when you next donate goods to us, please ask to register for our Retail Gift Aid Scheme and we can help you complete a short form. You will be issued a card which you can show each time you donate goods at any of our Hospice Shops.

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