Time for a spring clearout? Don’t know what to do with your unwanted books, games, CDs and DVDs? Turn your unwanted stuff into funds for Home-Start Wandsworth in just 4 easy steps using Ziffit.
- Download the Ziffit app from the App store and scan the barcodes of your unwanted books, CDs, DVDs and games to get an instant valuation
- Choose Home-Start Wandsworth as your chosen charity at checkout and pack up your items
- Use Ziffit’s free courier service* or drop off service to send your package
- 100% of the value of your items will be donated to Home-Start Wandsworth (via Virgin Money Giving). You can even add gift aid to the donation.
*To qualify for free DPD contact-free collection service your trade will need to weigh a minimum of 5kg (this is around the weight of 15 average paperback books).
The minimum number of items you can send in a trade is 10, or less if the value is over £5. There is no limit on how many items you can send.
Did you know that you could also turn your second-hand clothes into money for Home-Start Wandsworth? Thrift+ is a great and simple way to donate your best second-hand clothes and raise money for charity.
Thrift+ is an online charity shop of sorts that helps you to recycle your unwanted clothing. Send your best second-hand clothes free of charge to Thrift+ where their team will sell the items for you with a percentage of the profits being donated to your charity of choice. Thrift+ will accept items which are in good condition from high street, premium and designer brands.
How to donate to Thrift+
- Visit Thrift+ or download the Thrift+ App
- Order your free Thrift+ donation bag
- Fill it with your best second-hand clothes (See list of accepted brands)
- Scan the QR code on you bag to register it to your account and type in Home-Start Wandsworth (don’t forget the hyphen!) as your charity of choice and select how you would like to allocate the proceeds
- Return your ThriftBag for free by using Collect+ drop-off point, or you can pay £4.50 for DHL to collect it from you
- Thrift+ will do the rest
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