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    Default Charities to donate your stuff to..

    Sometimes we have things that we or our kids no longer use that could be rehomed let's start a list.

    http://www.upliftbras.org/
    for any old bras in decent condition especially maternity and feeding.

    http://www.stkildamums.org/home
    for any preloved baby gear especially cots and strollers

    Feel free to add others you know about here....

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    Thankyou for posting about Upliftbras. I was wondering what to do with the nursing bras I barely used. I will be posting off a parcel today

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    www.givit.org.au
    Has a list of specific items in need to match with people in need. This is a wonderful charity and you know your items are going straight to a person that needs them.

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    Bridging the Gaps: donations for asylum seekers newly in the community (Melbourne)
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/580634021968454/

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    subbing- some great charities to donate too

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    I am also a fan of give it

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    Great ideas! Thanks for sharing.

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    A couple more ideas.

    Old towels- your local animal shelter- bedding for doggies. Some may also take shredded paper for rabbits/guinea pigs etc.

    The plastic bags with zips that Manchester comes in -your local toy library. They use it to put toys in for lending out.

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    Unwanted bath/toiletries to old people's home for people without family - and let's face it they all use talc by the bucketload.

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    http://www.beautifullengths.com.au/
    Donate your hair for wigs for women who have cancer.


 

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