Find Charity & Clothing Bins Near You in Perth

Locate and donate to a wide range of charitable organisations in Perth

Volunteers sorting donated clothes in Perth

Even though Perth is one of the most isolated cities in the world, there’s no shortage of charity bins and shops willing to accept your clothing donations around the city.

Despite Perth having just the fourth largest population in Australia, it has one of the highest concentrations of donation bins compared to any other city. This makes Perth residents some of the most charitable in the country. As well as the Perth CBD, you’ll find charity bins in suburbs such as Osborne Park, Applecross, Cottesloe, Midland, Rockingham, Yanchep, and many more.

Some of the charitable organisations that maintain a presence of second-hand retail stores and donation bins in Perth include Red Cross, Vinnies, The Salvation Army, and the SCR Group. Perth is also the only city in the country to have the Good Sammy and Anglicare organisations operating charity bins as well. Remember – before you visit one of the locations you see above to donate your goods, make sure to double-check beforehand whether or not they accept the type of goods you have.

Nearly all the locations will accept clothing donations, but not all accept homewares, electrical appliances, and other household items. Give them a call or read their description for more info.

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If the bin’s full – don’t be silly and leave it outside or on top of the bin. It causes hassles for the community the bin is in and the charity operating the bin. 

On top of that, all goods left outside are subject to the elements which could render them unusable and unable to be donated.

The journey of donated goods all depends on what type of good it is, and what causes the organisations supports. Sometimes they’re simply resold for funds to be then donated, or they’re repaired and donated to those in need. 

If you’d like to know the specifics, contact the charity organisations you’re looking to donate to.

As you can see from the list above, there are plenty of different charities to donate your clothes and other items to in Perth. The best one? That’s completely subjective and up to you to decide.

If you’d like to know more about what causes the charities support, please visit their website.t