Turn your unwanted items into community benefits

We are always grateful for donated goods which can be sold in our shop to generate income for grants and help provide local community support.

We do not operate by government or other grants. All of our income is dependant on the sale of donated goods which after expenses goes back into the local community as grants and donations to deserving causes.

If you would like to donate, just bring your unwanted items into our shop during opening hours. You will be greeted by our dedicated and friendly volunteers who will try to lend a hand bringing things in if required.

Donated goods can include, but are not limited to:

  • Clothing, both Adult and Childrens.
  • Bric-a-Brac, such as Kitchen Wares and Ornaments.
  • Toys and Collectables.
  • Media, such as Music, DVD's and Computer Games.
  • Books, including Audio Books.
  • Jewellery.
  • Picture Frames.
  • Bags and Shoes.
  • Linen, such as Bedding, Cushions and Curtains.

Unfortunately we can not accept any electrical items such as Table Lamps, DVD players and Hair Dryers. Items that are powered by batteries only, can be accepted.

While we are grateful for all donations received, we ask that you only bring them during our shop opening hours. Please do not leave donations outside of our premises.

Waste Policy

Deveron District Age Concern considers the environment and operates a minimal waste policy. Our aim is to sell or repurpose all goods donated where possible.

For information on our waste policy, how we recycle and upcycle, please take a look at our Waste Policy page.