Donate to our shops
The next time you are having a clear out or re-vamping your home please think of us.
We are always looking for quality saleable donations, which help us provide life-changing hospice care across Brighton and Hove and the Havens.
We would love your pre-loved vintage, vinyl, bric-a-brac and good quality clothing. We also welcome paperback books but cannot accept hardback, reference or children’s books.
It is highly advisable to call and make sure we have capacity to take your items. If you're not sure whether we can sell your donations, please take a look at the list of items we cannot sell below.
We are also offering a furniture collection service whilst following strict COVID-19 guidelines across the county, please call 01273 721188 for further information.
We are not accepting the following items:
How to donate your items
You can drop off donations at any of our shops but only during shop opening hours – please do not leave them in the shop doorways.
We do offer a free collection service for donations of furniture - and if you have any home accessories, bags of clothing or small electrical items we can collect these items too.
If you have furniture or larger items you’d like to donate, we’re happy to collect free of charge. Simply complete the form below.
More information about donating
Resell, recycle, upcycle
Your donated items can be resold in our charity shops.
We are only able to accept donated items which are in a clean and re-saleable condition. We do not wish to cause disappointment or difficulties for you should we be unable to accept your donation so please read the below.
If you have a collection booked our experienced team will assess your item(s) at the time of collection. We recommend you avoid making any related arrangements (e.g. for delivery of replacement items) before your collection has taken place.
If you have any questions regarding items we can’t accept please call our Trading Team on: 01273 721188
Gift Aid on donated goods
Gift Aid is a scheme enabling Martlets to reclaim tax on a donation made by a UK taxpayer. This means that, if you pay UK tax and agree to Martlets claiming Gift Aid on your donation, the Government will give us 25p on top of every £1 you give to us and it does not cost you a penny.