More often than not, someone else can make good use of the items you want to get rid of. We want to match up the people with things to pass on with those who'd be glad to have them. This is how you can do it:
Donate to Charity
The quickest way is to contact one of the following organisations who collect items free of charge and often within a week if they're in a reasonable condition and in working order. Soft furniture (sofas, matresses etc) need to have a fire label and no stains or rips.
Please contact them on:
For more information about what these groups accept, please see the Pass It On leaflet.
Please take your smaller unwanted items such as CDs and books to your local charity shop.
Revive Leeds Reuse Shop, Seacroft, 0113 273 1791
You can also take your items to the Revive Leeds re-use shop at the Seacroft household waste recycling site. Items will be sold and the money will be used to benefit local charities helping the homeless, disadvantaged and disabled people in Leeds. The shop accepts donations of furniture, clothing, bikes, books, DVDs and CDs, bric-a-brac and much more.
Household Waste Recycling Sites
You can take unwanted items to Recycling Sites. Re-use ontainers are available to place items for donation to local charity, and for recycling or disposal of broken or damaged items. The sites are open 7 days a week. The sites only close on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day. Please visit the Recyling sites page to check opening times before you set off.
If you cannot remove your items as above and are prepared to wait for up to 8 weeks, we offer a limited service to remove items from domestic properties. You can book this service online, but, please note that we take only a certain number of items and there is a limit as to how many times we do this. For more details on the service provided and items that we don't collect, please see the following section or call us on 0113 2224406 (Mon- Fri, 9am - 5pm).