If you have clean, good quality furniture to donate, please call the furniture shop closest to you to arrange a collection:
Kiln Farm: 01908 578253
Olney shop: 01234 241725
Buckingham shop: 01280 823388
Bletchley shop: 01908 648377
Please fill in this form to arrange a house clearance.
For any further queries about house clearances, please call Peter on 07597 578301
All our shops sell books and these remain some of our most popular items, especially in our ebay shop. We can even accept books in an unsaleable condition as they can raise money for the Hospice by being recycled. Sorry but we can’t resell or recycle magazines.
This could include vases, lamps, ornaments, pictures, bowls, pottery or any other decorative household items in good condition, that we can resell.
This includes adult and children’s clothing, shoes and handbags. Even if your items are damaged or unsaleable for any reason, we can still generate income by recycling them. Please bag your items up and clearly lable them ‘recycling’. (We regret we are not able to accept bedding items such as pillows, quilts, bed linen or towels).
Donated toys MUST include their original packaging with instructions and safety notices.
Soft toys: We can only accept brand new, unsused soft toys still in their packaging, with their CE label attached.
There are only certain electrical items we are able to accept. Please check when booking your donation slot.
Each year we raise around £2,000 from used stamps, first day covers and stamp collections, which we sell in our ebay shop. Once you’ve collected a batch, please post them to: Stamps, Ebay, 1 Grafton Milton Keynes, MK9 1AH.
If you have used Tassimo and L’Or coffee pods only (no other brands), please bag them up and drop them off at our recycler: Charity Recycling MK, 25 Cantle Avenue, Downs Barn, MK14 7RJ. They also accept crisp packets, but they must be flattened and bagged up separately. Have a look at their facebook page to see all the different household items they collect to raise funds for Willen Hospice.
Christmas decorations and trees, used water bottles, reading glasses or phones, video cassette tapes, used candles, kitchen utensils and appliances including cookers, kettles, toasters and microwaves; car seats, high chairs, prams, buggies, cots, helmets, plumbed goods such as dishwashers and washing machines; anything that is broken or dirty.