Dropping off a matress to the Second Treasures shop at the landfill
Drop off an item
The following organisations generally welcome and accept donated items – just give them a call first in case they have too much stock.
Dress for Success
Good quality women's clothing - providing appropriate outfits to women going for their first job or work experience.
Drop off unwanted books, Cds, DVDs, vinyl and puzzles for our annual bookfair.
Food rescued from retailers that is good enough to eat, but not good enough to sell - redistributed to charities working with people in need.
Kiwi Community Assistance
Fresh produce, non-perishable food, clothing, footwear, books, toys and household goods, including furniture and whiteware - 100% of donations given to families in need.
New Zealand Red Cross
Good quality household items - given to refugees who have just arrived in New Zealand.
The Salvation Army Family Stores
Drop off clothing, furniture, household goods, toys and books. Most Family Stores will also collect donated goods.
The Tip Shop
Items that are still in usable condition.
The Soup Kitchen
Used men's clothing, basic household items and food - supporting those in our community who are in need.
Wellington City Mission
Find out what food and goods we are short on for our Foodbank and Drop-in Centre.
Wellington Curtain Bank
Good quality, used curtains and fabric - provided free to to Community Service Card holders.
Good quality items - given to women and their children who suffer from domestic violence in your local area.
St Vincent de Paul society accepts quality donations of second hand clothes, pre-loved toys and used furniture at their shops located around the city.
Give it away online
The list of recently added food/non-food in Wellington, New Zealand where people are currently trying to reduce food waste via the OLIO app
Join the 2,000 Wellington members of this free trading system.