We’re excited to partner with Collection4Clothes, a clothes recycling initiative that supports charities like ours in raising essential funds by donating second-hand clothes, shoes, handbags, purses, belts, trinkets and unwanted gifts.
Collection4Clothes offers a free and efficient service, collecting clothes and accessories at your doorstep. Once collected, these donations are sent to Eastern Europe, Africa or Asia, where they are resold at affordable prices. Items that can't be reused are ethically recycled, with the materials repurposed to create new products.
These funds will significantly support our mission to eliminate child sexual abuse online and protect countless children from further victimisation. And the best part? This comes at no cost to IWF or the person donating.
How the process works:
The partnership between the Internet Watch Foundation and Collection4Clothes is more than just a collaboration; it's a commitment to a safer online environment, sustainable practices and community involvement.
By donating your pre-loved clothes, you're not just decluttering your wardrobe; you're making a significant difference in the lives of many and helping to protect online child safety For those interested in supporting this initiative, visit the Collection4Clothes website to book a collection.
Please email [email protected] or call 0330 165 5197 with your postcode and contact number and they will contact you and arrange a collection.
Monday to Friday 8AM - 3PM.
Collection4Clothes accepts all varieties of clothing that is in a donatable condition. This includes clothing accessories such as shoes, handbags, purses and belts. Donations of non-clothing items will vary, depending on where you live in the UK.
Non-clothing donations accepted include:
Sports equipment, bath mats, kitchenware, jewellery, children’s toys and games, golf clubs, pots and pans, paintings, ornaments, trinkets, antiques, hand tools, cutlery, crockery, pet accessories, baby items, car seats, pushchairs, prams and other bric-a-brac.
We currently do not accept DVDs, VHS tapes or CDs. If you need clarification on which items can be donated, please contact [email protected]
Unfortunately, Collection4Clothes does not collect large furniture or mattresses.
Collection4Clothes is not a registered charity, however, they are registered with the Fundraising Regulator. They are a fundraising business that collects donations on our partnered charity’s behalf.
All donations that are collected by Collection4Clothes are sorted at our multiple warehouse sites around the UK. They are sent via trucks to least economically developed countries in Eastern Europe, Africa, South-East Asia and the Middle East where they are sold at local affordable prices that benefit their local communities. The royalties made from these sales are donated to charity partners on a monthly basis.
If you have any further questions that haven't been addressed in the FAQs please contact Collection4 Clothes directly: