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Syria Crisis Appeal
A million refugees urgently need shelter, food and water
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You can donate goods directly to any of our high street shops during opening hours.
Or you can place clothing, music, or books in one of our donation banks.
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Good quality, clean clothing and shoes (including vintage and retro items, and even bras!)
Bags and accessories
Jewellery and valuables
Music (CDs, vinyl, DVDs, videos, musical instruments and sheet music)
Homewares: china, kitchenware, ornaments, pictures, collectables
Soft furnishings: small rugs, linen, curtains (must be clean and in good condition)
Knitted items and blankets
Toys and games
Wedding dresses and accessories
Mobile phones and ink cartridges
Stamps and coins
Electrical goods that run off the mains (a few shops do accept these, so please check before donating)
Anything broken, dirty, incomplete or unsafe
Single computers (but we would be happy to hear from your company if you would like to donate multiple units)
White goods (cookers, washing machines etc)
Safety headgear (e.g. motorcycle crash helmets)
There are some other items that we cannot sell for safety or legal reasons. If in doubt, please ask your local Oxfam shop before donating.
Please donate anything else you think will raise money for Oxfam. Be imaginative! But if you're still unsure then please ask your local Oxfam shop, or call Shop Support on 0300 200 1333.
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What happens to your donation
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