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WE ARE OPEN FOR DONATIONS - CHECK THE LIST FOR WHAT WE CAN ACCEPT
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Nothing we do could happen without the support of the community

Thank you

Stirling Reuse Hub works closely with Stirling Council and the local community to encourage reuse of items rather than losing them to landfill. Alongside our team of volunteers, we function and safety test all products before sale. We also work closely with a range of charities and council teams to help ensure that everyone in our community has access to items they need. We love to welcome new volunteers and collaborate with the Learning and Employability Team at Stirling Council, providing the opportunity for people with barriers to employment to gain new skills and confidence within the workforce. All money made through the sale of reused and upcycled items supports the continuation of our charitable work, to help protect our environment and support our community.

DONATING GOODS? YOU CAN DROP THEM OFF WEDNESDAY + SATURDAY 10-4 AND SUNDAY 11-1

DONATING LARGE FURNITURE?

Please send us an email to reuse@transitionstirling.org.uk with a few photos of the furniture you'd like to donate, along with dimensions. If you need the furniture uplifted, please make this clear in your email.

We currently have a 2 week wait for uplifts, so please bear this in mind when getting in touch.

DONATE
FINANCIALLY

We couldn’t exist without the amazing support we receive from the community. Want to pitch in? If you would like to financially support the ongoing work of Stirling Reuse Hub, hit the button below:

GOODS ON PAUSE

  • golf clubs

  • camping and outdoor gear

  • exercise equipment

  • large pet cages

  • fish tanks

  • skis and boots

  • Glass Furniture

  • Toys

  • Jigsaw Puzzles

  • Duvet/Quilts

  • Single dining chairs

  • Old style display cabinets

  • Headboards

  • Doors and Windows

DONATE
PRE-LOVED
GOODS

  • Homeware (think cushions, lighting, furniture, bed linen, curtains etc

  • Kitchenware (utensils, crockery, kitchen-y gadgets)

  • Tools & DIY equipment

  • Crafty bits

  • Clothes & shoes

  • Books, games, toys, sports equipment & musical instruments

  • Household electrical appliances/white goods (electric cookers, ovens, fridges, freezers, washing machines etc)

  • Techy bits (think computers, laptops, monitors, games consoles)

GOODS WE CAN NEVER TAKE

  • Chipboard or MDF furniture

  • Helmets

  • Car seats

  • DVDs

  • Bikes (please take these to Recyke-a-Bike)

  • Baby Goods (please take these to Babes in the Wood)

  • Damaged, worn or ripped goods

  • Non-working electricals

  • Upholstered furniture or mattresses without a fire safety label

  • Bread Makers

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