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Donate Your Pre-Loved Clothes To Charity, The Easy Way

Donate Your Pre-Loved Clothes To Charity, The Easy Way

We’re so excited to announce that you can now send your donations of pre-loved clothes, accessories and shoes directly to The Salvation Army through our website. And the best bit? The items you donate don't have to be purchased at Dancing Leopard, they can be from any brand.

This means that instead of physically going into a charity shop to donate your items, our website allows you to generate a free shipping label, choose a courier and a convenient place to drop off your donation. Think of it as an online clothing bank. The only thing we ask is that you donate at least four items and put them all in the same parcel, as it's better for the environment. Plus, when your donation is received, we’ll send you a 10% off discount code to say thank you.

We all have those unused products in our wardrobe that are just taking up space, and this is a brilliant way to do something meaningful with them. Donating your items is a way to be more sustainable, as someone else can enjoy them, rather than sending perfectly good garments to already-overflowing landfill sites. Thanks to people making donations, SatCol, the trading arm of The Salvation Army, diverts 250 million items to good use every year, including over 60,000 tonnes of textiles.

Not only is donating your items more sustainable, it can also help to improve people’s lives. 100% of the profits made from your donations go towards helping The Salvation Army charity on their mission to protect vulnerable people in the UK. From providing specialist support for survivors and potential victims of modern slavery, to arranging shelter for those experiencing homelessness  and so much more, The Salvation Army is dedicated to helping those in need.

For more information about how you can donate your clothes, visit our customer help section and go to 'Donate to The Salvation Army': https://www.dancingleopard.co.uk/pages/help

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