When you have unwanted goods, it’s easy to just send them to the dump. There is, however, a variety of much better options for rubbish removal in Sydney City, and these include charity donation.
Just some of the many options for donating good quality items are as follows:
- Salvos collect clothing and other goods.
- Smith Family accepts manchester, clothing, and furniture in certain locations.
- St Vincent de Paul accepts furniture, bric-a-brac, white goods, clothing, blankets, toys, books, household goods, and non-perishable food.
- GiveNow accepts various items for donation and passes them onto wherever they are most needed.
- Lifeline collects books at Lifeline shops or Lifeline bins. These are sold at Lifeline Shops and Book fairs. They also collect clothing.
- Project Uplift – collects good quality bras and distributes them to women in need.
- MTC Work Solutions and the Mary McKillop’s Men’s Shed collect bike frames which are then refurbished into wheelchairs
- Taronga Zoo and the Aussie Recycling Program collect old mobile phones and they are used to raise funds for primate conservation.
- OneSight recycles old prescription glasses – drop them off at OPSM, Sunglass Hut or Budget Eyewear stores.
- Fitted for Work helps disadvantaged women, refugees, and ex-prisoners enter the workforce. They accept donations of clothing, handbags, shoes, and other accessories.
- Dog Refuge and the RSPCA gratefully accept old towels and blankets.
Ask yourself when sorting things to be thrown out:
- Is it clean and undamaged?
- Is it of good quality?
- Could it be beneficial to someone in need?
When you call AA Adonis Rubbish Removals to take away your unwanted stuff, we sort and delegate it according to where it can best be used: charity donation, recycling, or dumping. If you’re located anywhere in Sydney City or surrounding suburbs and need rubbish removed, give Andrew a call on 0418 671 297 or simply book online via our website. There is no easier or more environmentally friendly way to affect rubbish removal in Sydney City.