The Big Help Out 2024

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Volunteer two hours in your own home to detox your wardrobe!

  • Create a tidier wardrobe to relax your mind.
  • Get your outfits ready for every occasion.
  • Make space to see and wear the clothes you love.
  • Support children and adults with complex disabilities and deafblindness.
Rachel Gold takes you through how to clear out your wardrobe.

Four easy ways to donate your unwanted things to Sense

1. Pop into a Sense shop

Outside of shop

If the items you’re giving away are small enough to carry, then feel free to bring them into your local Sense shop.

One of our friendly shop staff can take the donation off your hands. And you might even be able to pick up a bargain while you’re there!

2. Donate by post (for free!)

Two shoppers search through clothes in a Sense shop

If you don’t have time to stop by a shop in person, we can send you a free shipping label so you can post your goods to us.

3. Book a free clothing collection

A Sense volunteer smiles as she hangs clothes on a rail in a Sense shop

Our free home collection service will pick up clothing donations from your door, if you’re in Surrey, East Sussex and South East London.

Our drivers will collect donations from you at an agreed time, including weekends.

You will need to have at least three large bin liner-sized bags of quality clothes to donate.

4. Visit a clothes bank

A top on display in a Sense shop

We have hundreds of clothes and book banks across the country.

Keep your eyes out for one in your area.