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Lost Stock Charity Partners

By donating any Lost Stock clothes you don’t want to charity, you can continue to do good and maximise the impact of your purchases. 

We’ve partnered with a range of charities to make it as easy as possible for you to donate. Remember that most of these charities will take items from Lost Stock as well as clothes and other items you may already have at home.

Sue Ryder

Donate clothes and help those going difficult times

Sue Ryder supports people through the most difficult times of their lives. Whether that’s a terminal illness, the loss of a loved one or a neurological condition – they are there when it matters. Their doctors, nurses and carers give people the compassion and expert care they need to help them live the best life they possibly can.

During the Coronavirus crisis, Sue Ryder had no choice but to close all 450 of their charity shops across the UK, meaning a huge drop in income at a time when most fundraising activity was cancelled. 

How to donate:

If there are items in your Lost Stock box you don’t want, you can help Sue Ryder raise vital funds by sending them directly to: Sue Ryder (LOST STOCK), Sheaf Close, Lodge Farm Industrial Estate, Northampton NN5 7UL  

You can also drop off in person. Find out if your nearest Sue Ryder shop is open to drop your goods off free of charge here.

Find out more about Sue Ryder


The Salvation Army

Donate clothes to help with the expansion of food banks and those in crisis

The Salvation Army are champions of reuse and can make your returned items transform even more lives. They’ll go to the charity shops and all profits raised by The Salvation Army charity shops go towards the charity’s work. 

The Salvation Army are pioneers of reuse and recycling, converting unwanted items into money for good causes, and diverting unnecessary waste from going to landfill. Today, they are helping those hardest hit by Coronavirus, and by returning unwanted items through this scheme you will be extending the benefit to more people our communities.  

Since the start of the Coronavirus crisis, The Salvation Army has expanded its food banks and local networks to help reach the people who can no longer feed themselves or their families; its Lifehouses (homeless centres) offer health advice and food parcels, and its emergency response vehicles deliver hot food from a safe distance to thousands of NHS workers.

How to donate:

1) Send you items to: The Salvation Army (LOST STOCK), The Salvation Army Trading Company 1-3 Williams Way Industrial Estate Wollaston WELLINGBOROUGH NN29 7RQ

2) Drop your items off at your local Salvation Army charity shop or donation centre. Find your nearest shop >

Find out more about The Salvation Army


Leukaemia & Myeloma Research UK 

Donate clothes and help support vital research into blood cancer 

Leukaemia & Myeloma Research UK is aiming to become the UK’s leading charity in supporting efforts to combat the three major types of blood cancer, which affect hundreds of thousands of people. 

Their mission is to prevent people from dying from blood cancer through more effective treatment in the future, and the work they do helps fund vital stem cell research and raises awareness of stem cell therapies.

How to donate:

If there are items in your Lost Stock box you don’t want, you can help Leukaemia & Myeloma Research UK raise vital funds by requesting a box at the link below. They’ll then send you a box and a free postage sticker for you to attach to the box and take it to the post office. Request one here


Find out more about Leukaemia & Myeloma Research UK 


The Cowshed

Donate clothes and help provide support with essential items

The Cowshed is a charity which provides support to people of all backgrounds in a time of personal crisis. The aim of The Cowshed is to provide good quality cleaned and ironed clothes free to anyone in need. The clothes are donated from the general public as well as retailers and manufacturers.

The people in need are referred through social services, churches, schools, doctors, probation, refuges and other professionals. They then provide the items that are requested free of charge. The Cowshed will have a twofold impact: recycling used clothing whilst helping those most in need in our communities.

Since the COVID19 lockdown in March they have supported over 1,000 local adults and children with clothing, toiletries, underwear, craft packs and other essential items.  

How to donate:

If there are items in your Lost Stock box you don’t want, you can help The Cowshed raise vital funds by sending them clothes directly to: The Cowshed, Ground Floor,  The Annexe, Hurst Grove, Hurst, RG10 0SQ


Find out more about The Cowshed



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