The Donation Hub

Welcome to The Donation Hub.
Giving Made Easy.

The simple way for you to donate your unwanted clothes and household items to charity 7 days a week.

Charity Donation Point Near You

It’s effortless. Drop off unwanted items like clothes, shoes, and handbags at one of our charity shop drop-off locations. Plus, by donating to the Donation Hub, you’re making a meaningful contribution to the environment and supporting the circular economy. All the items we collect are allowed to find new homes and serve communities in need, instead of being discarded in landfills or stored away.

Additionally, when you donate with us, you’re also supporting Action for Children. Find a nearby Donation Hub and make a positive impact in your community.

Latest Locations


Locks Heath: Locks Heath Shopping Centre, Centre Way, Park Gate, Southampton, SO31 6DX.

Opening Hours:

Monday – Saturday: 9:30 – 17:00
Sunday: 10:00 – 16:00

Please take a look at our location page for any changes.

How it Works?


Pack up your donations! Don't forget to check our list of what we accept.


Hand over your donations to our lovely staff or place your bags of clothes in our out of hours bank.


Head to your nearest Donation Hub.


Hand over your donations to our lovely staff or place your bags of clothes in our out of hours bank.


Head to your nearest Donation Hub.


We donate to Action for Children on your behalf.

We are open 7 days a week where our friendly staff will receive in your donated items.

Proudly Supporting

Proudly Supporting Action for Children

Action for Children (Charity Numbers: 1097940/SC038092) is a UK-based charity organisation that provides support and services to vulnerable children and young people.

They work in partnership with government agencies, local authorities, and other organisations to provide support and advocacy for children and families facing difficult circumstances.

Across the UK, Action for Children helped 765,905 children, young people and families in 2022/23.

That is nearly 95,000 more than the previous year.

Items We Accept

New and used clothing
Children’s and baby clothing

Jackets and coats

Winter and summer clothing







Items We Cannot Accept

Wet, damaged or dirty items.
Workwear or Personalised items.
Board Games & Puzzles

Helping the Environment

The circular economy is a comprehensive approach that aims to stop clothing from ending up in landfills by focusing on product durability, repair, resale, recycling, and responsible consumer behaviour.

It offers numerous benefits for both the environment and the economy and is a critical strategy in addressing the fashion industry’s sustainability challenges.

It takes 10,000 litres of fresh water to dye one kg of cotton
300,000 tonnes of clothing go to landfill in the UK every year
10,000 litres of water is used to produce one kg of cotton fabric