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Where To Donate Clothes, Books, Household Goods in Singapore

In Singapore, there are many places where people can donate their goods. These organisations range from charities to government agencies.

Where To Donate Clothes, Books, Household Goods in Singapore

ActiveSG shoe collection drive

From now until 31 May 2019, ActiveSG is collecting used sport shoes. The usable parts that can be recycled will be used to make jogging lanes at upcoming sports facilities. You can drop off shoes at the below drop off points:
*ActiveSG Sport Centres (Heartbeat @ Bedok, Jurong West Sport Centre, *Sengkang Sport Centre, Toa Payoh Sport Centre, Yio Chu Kang Sport Centre)
*Decathlon stores
*Sport Singapore at 3 Stadium Drive (Mon to Fri 8.30am to 5.30pm)
*Dow Office at The Heeren 260 Orchard Road #18-00 (Mon to Fri 8.30 am to 5.30pm)


Angel Hearts Singapore

In August 2016, a group of ladies came together to form Angel Gowns Singapore. Angel Gowns Singapore produces little garments, otherwise known as angel gowns, from donated wedding gowns to cater to the needs of bereaved families. Angel gowns are made for babies who lost their lives due to miscarriages, stillbirths or other complications in the course of pregnancy.
743 Lrg. 5 Toa Payoh, Singapore 319457

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ASD Singapore

Action for Singapore Dogs (ASD) is a registered Charity and was established in December 2000 as a non-profit organization with the mission to improve the welfare of stray and abandoned dogs in Singapore with a strict no-kill policy.
You can donate clean towels as these provide a versatile use for their residents – from playthings to cage lining and clean up, dog food, flea and tick medication or heartworm medication which can be used for our fostered dogs or to supplement the stray feeders that we support.

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Babes

Babes Pregnancy Crisis Support Ltd is a Voluntary Welfare Organisation, a registered Charity and an Institution of a Public Character (IPC) in Singapore. As an IPC, we are authorized by the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore to issue tax-deductible receipts for your donations.
The organisation takes a “mother-centric” approach and will support the choices made by this mother-to-be with a view to nurturing longer-term on-going support from family, friends and volunteers and a normal life for her. It advocates for a more inclusive society where pregnant teenagers do not have to feel marginalized or estranged.
26 Jalan Klinik #01-42/52, Singapore 160026

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Blessings in a Bag

Blessings in a Bag started as a volunteer-powered community determined to provide every child and their family – in emergency or challenging situations – with the essentials needed to thrive and to feel safe, valued and happy. We partner with social-service organizations to bridge the gap between communities that have with communities that need, who receive these items at no cost or through incentivized programs which enable them to take ownership of their situations.
315 Outram Road, #08-06A Tan Boon Liat Building, Singapore 169074

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Bless for Mummies and Babies

This Facebook group connects mothers in need with people who have pre-loved stuff to spare.

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Blessing of Items for Low Income Families

This Group is STRICTLY for Blessing Only.
No Selling, No Exchange, No Trading, No PNH, Just strictly for blessing only
Helping one person might not change the whole world, but it could change the world for one person.

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BlueCycle

Bluecycle was started by the WPCF in 2015 in response to requests from less privileged Singaporean families for pre-loved furniture and electrical appliances due to financial hardship. As the name suggests, our team of volunteers seek to match needy recipients with Good Samaritans across Singapore who may no longer have a need for some of their things at home or at work.
The WP Community Fund, My Singpost Box 880216, Singapore 919191

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Books and beer

Singapore’s first traveling book swap with an icy-cold twist!
Melissa and Eileen met while campaigning for climate action in Copenhagen during the 2009 UN Climate Conference as part of a 12-member youth delegation from Singapore. They’re refined the idea of a book swop to incorporate all that book lovers should enjoy: the exchange and passing on of books they love and authors they enjoy – or well, don’t wish to have on their bookshelves any longer; the sharing of mystic and wonder and intellectualism – with the like-minded and the awed; and the coming together of an eclectic mix – the eccentric and the electric and whoever you may be.

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Carousell

Carousell is a community marketplace/classifieds platform in Singapore, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Malaysia, Taiwan and Indonesia that lets you buy & sell everything from fashion, beauty products, handphones, computers, furniture, books, luxury goods, cars, bikes, houses & home services (aircon, renovation, carpentry, home repair, cleaning, movers & delivery). Declutter your closet, room, or home by putting them up for sale on Carousell – the best place to find a new home for your pre-loved items! When buying and selling lead to greater possibilities.

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Causes for Animals Singapore

Causes for Animals (Singapore) Limited is an animal welfare charity set up to support the needs of local animal welfare in Singapore. Most animal shelters welcome clean towels as these provide a versatile use for their residents – from playthings to cage lining and clean up.

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Chen Su Lan Methodist Children’s Home

Chen Su Lan Methodist Children’s Home provides shelter, care and protection to boys and girls between the ages of 5 and 21 years old who come from low income, broken, dysfunctional or abusive families in Singapore.
202 Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 556057
Monday – Friday: 9 am – 6 pm | Saturday, Sunday & PH: Closed

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Club Rainbow

Club Rainbow is committed to provide a range of comprehensive support services for the families of children who suffer from major chronic and potentially life-threatening illnesses.
Block 538 Upper Cross Street, #05-263/269, Singapore 050538
Monday – Friday: 9 am – 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday & PH: Closed

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Dignity Mama

A pilot project that started in 2012, Dignity Mama has now grown to four stalls located in Singapore hospitals. Since then, we’ve kept 50 thousand books out of landfills and instead created employment opportunities for young adults with special needs.
Enabling young adults with disabilities to gain basic entrepreneurial skills and lead independent lives.
Multiple drop-off locations, please check on website

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East Coast Preloved Sales

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EcoBank Singapore

Since 2016, EcoBank has diverted some 55 tonnes of pre-loved items from our fast depleting landfill through out collection efforts. CDL is delighted to announce that EcoBank is back for the fifth time in January 2020!
From 6 January to 31 January, EcoBank is welcoming donations of toys, clothes, books, electronics, household appliances, art, and accessories that are in good, resaleable condition at 8 drop-off points across Singapore:
Republic Plaza
Quayside Isle
Central Mall Office
City Square Mall
City House
Fuji Xerox Towers
South Beach
The Salvation Army Red Shield Industries

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Embassy of the Philippines

Any individual, group, or organization can send donations to the Philippines. To avail of duty-free entry of donations, certain conditions and requirements have to be complied with under existing rules and regulations governing the importation of donations.
20 Nassim Road, Singapore 258395

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FairPrice Share-A-Textbook

NTUC Fairprice Co-operative Ltd was founded by the labour movement in 1973, with a social mission to moderate the cost of living in Singapore.
FairPrice Share-A-Textbook (formerly known as FairPrice Used Textbooks Project) is NTUC FairPrice’s signature community project that is held annually. NTUC FairPrice first started the Used Textbooks Project in 1983. Pre-loved textbooks were collected and distributed for free to needy students. The project was rebranded as FairPrice Share-A-Textbook in 2010.

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Fei Yue Community Services

Fei Yue Family Service Centre was established in 1991, and Fei Yue Community Services, in 1996. We are one of the pioneers in counselling services.
Our organisational mission is to effect life transformation through the provision of quality social services. We believe in working closely with the communities we serve which range from the young to the old.

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Food from the Heart

Food from the Heart is a non-profit organisation that feeds the needy through its food distribution program. It was established in February 2003 after Singapore-based Austrian couple Henry and Christine Laimer read a report in The Sunday Times about bakeries discarding their unsold bread. Stirred, they then decided to channel surplus food from bakeries to those in need.
130 Joo Seng Road #03-01, Singapore 368357
Monday – Friday: 9 am – 6 pm | Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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Freecycle.SG

Our goal is to keep usable items out of landfills. By using what we already have on this earth, we reduce consumerism, manufacture fewer goods, and lessen the impact on the earth.

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Free Good 

Free Good Pte. Ltd. is a social enterprise that provides a platform for individuals and organisations (both for and non-profit) to give away and request for goods.
This is a free service that has the potential to dramatically reduce waste by making it easy to reuse goods and keep them away from landfills.

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FREE loved FURNITURE (Singapore)

We are a community in Singapore on a mission to share and give away preloved furniture and home items as a form ‘recycling’. We are known as the Freevo Nation <3

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Global Ehsan Relief Singapore

Established in 2017, Global Ehsan Relief Singapore (GERSG) aspires to excel in humanitarian relief, providing humanitarian services with the highest level of compassion, professionalism and care under the supervision of a team of professionals from the region and abroad.
93 Joo Chiat Road #01-01 Singapore, Singapore 427387
Monday – Thursday: 10 am – 6 pm | Friday: 10 am – 5 pm | Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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Green Square

Green square aspires to make a positive impact; our current target is to double the percentage of recycled textiles from 7% to 14% by 2020. We will provide free textile recycling services to households and organisations in Singapore and promote awareness of the 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) through education, with a focus on engaging youths in schools.
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H&M

H&M Group is a family of brands and businesses, driven by the desire to make great design available to everyone, in a more sustainable way. We offer fashion, design and services that inspire and enable people to express their style while making it easier to live more circular.
The H&M global garment collecting initiative promotes textile recycling and waste reduction (tons of clothes end up in landfills every year!). Your old clothes will be given a new lease of life by either being marketed as secondhand goods or reprocessed as textile fibres and insulation materials if they’re no longer suitable for wear.
Drop off your clothes at H&M outlets and you’ll receive a voucher for each bag donated.

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Heart to Heart Service

Heart to Heart is a non-profit, non-government aided welfare set-up initiated by Teresa Hsu. The Service reaches out to the poor and needy by providing them with food and monetary assistance every month.
Since Sister Teresa Hsu’s demise, Sharana Rao has continued her work under the Heart to Heart Service set-up. Heart to Heart Service continues to receive contributions both in cash and kind from individual and corporate well-wishers. Contributions received, be they food, clothing or money, are distributed to the needy families and individuals in Singapore and overseas.
9 Selegie Road #03-33, Singapore 180009

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Help a Child – Donate a Book

Help a Child – Donate a Book aims to give underprivileged children in poorer countries a chance to enjoy reading, which they hope will eventually lead to further education and a job.

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Hi-Thrift

HCSA Community Services is a charitable organisation with the Institute of a Public Character (IPC) status and a member of the National Council of Social Service. As a family of dedicated staff, volunteer teams, and corporate and community partners, we continue to give a future and a hope to the vulnerable in society.
This thrift store is run by HCSA Community Services, which supports ex-offenders, abused teenage girls and single parents with limited support. They accept items like clothing, books, furniture and electronics.
1 Lorong 23 Geylang, Singapore 388352

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Home

Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics [“H.O.M.E.”] is a Singapore-based charity founded in 2004. HOME is dedicated to empowering and supporting migrant workers who find themselves victims of human rights violations and suffer abuse and exploitation.
495 Geylang Road, #02-01 Singapore 389453

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Hock Siong

Originated from the 1970s, we used to be a family of Karung Guni (rag and bone) traders but had since ventured into dealing 2nd hand furniture, operating equipment and antiquities from local hotels and residential households.
153 Kampong Ampat #01-03 Junjie Industrial Building Singapore, Singapore 368326

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Ikea second-hand

Welcome to Singapore’s largest and most active community for buying, selling or giving away secondhand IKEA items! (Not affiliated with IKEA in any way.)

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Image Mission

Image Mission Ltd was incorporated as a Public Company Ltd by Guarantee on 16 March 2015. We obtained Registered Charity status under the Charities Act of Singapore on 26 August 2015.
To give our clients the best chance of creating a great first impression, please only donate clothes that you yourself would wear to a job interview.
6 Ubi Road 1, #04-11 Wintech Centre, Singapore 408726
Monday – Friday: 10 am – 6 pm | Saturday, Sunday & PH: Closed

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Jamiyah Children’s Home

Jamiyah Children’s Home houses children from disadvantaged backgrounds, referred by the Ministry of Social and Family Development.
It is a safe and protected Home that provides the Residents with love, care, and attention for healthy developmental growth.
15 Guillemard Crescent, Singapore 399910
Monday – Thursday: 9 am – 9 pm | Friday – Sunday: 9 am – 6 pm | Public Holiday: Closed

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Junk To Clear

Junk to Clear started in 2009 as an incorporation of Skap Logistics Pte Ltd. Junk to Clear is a homegrown company helping people in clearing junk. We are here to change the industry with our manifesto of REDUCE-REUSE-RECYCLE. People hire us when they are moving, looking for bin rentals, emptying the storage space, and disposing extra renovation material for freeing the space. Our job is to take care of the waste. We work in a different way, instead of throwing away the waste, we recycle more of it. Whether it is home junk or office junk, we take care of it all.
Ruby Warehouse Complex #01-13/14 8 Kaki Bukit Road 2 Singapore, Singapore 417841
Monday – Friday: 8.30 am – 6 pm | Saturday – Sunday: 9 am – 2 pm

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Marymount Centre

Marymount Centre reaches out to vulnerable women and children in Singapore. Under Marymount Centre, there are currently three 24-hour residential homes for girls, namely Ahuva Good Shepherd – Children’s Home, Ahuva Good Shepherd – Interim Placement and Assessment Centre, and Ahuva Good Shepherd – Small Group Care; Good Shepherd Centre, a 24-hour crisis shelter for abused women and their children, and victims of trafficking in persons; and Good Shepherd Student Care, which provides dedicated after-school care for students of Marymount Convent School.
9 Lorong 8 Toa Payoh, Good Shepherd Place, Singapore 319253

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Metta Welfare Association

Metta Welfare Association (Metta) was founded in 1992 by Venerable Chao Khun Fa Zhao BBM.
At Metta, we have various Donation-In-Kind plan you can help with. To reduce unnecessary wastage of donated items, we can only accept items (DIKs, groceries) that are related to our current needs. Once accepted, the items become the property of Metta Welfare Association and base on our current needs, we will decide on which to use, distribute to our beneficiary or centres, transfer to other Social Service Agencies or external party or dispose of the items if not suitable.
Metta HQ 32 Simei Street 1, Singapore 529950

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Minds Shop

Founded in 1962, MINDS is one of the largest and oldest Voluntary Welfare Organisation (VWO) in Singapore serving some 2,400 persons with intellectual disability.
MINDS Shop is a social enterprise managed and operated by our trainers and clients. This retail business strives to provide pre-vocational training in retail and customer service for our clients and equip our clients with skills to be prepared for employment. MINDS accepts donations in-kind from corporate donors and individuals who wish to contribute. Items donated will benefit the daily operations of our centres, schools and residential home, or may be retailed at our MINDS Shop. We seek donors to only donate items that are in clean and in working condition.
Various Locations, please click here

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MyEnv app

The myENV App is a one-stop platform in Singapore for environmental, water and food information at your fingertips.
It provides a comprehensive suite of information and services from the Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment (MSE) which covers weather, air quality, dengue hot spots, water level, flood, water disruption, hawker centre, food hygiene, and recycling. Users can also report feedback to MSE and its agencies through this app.
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National Library Board

Our libraries and archives promote reading, learning, information literacy and an interest in Singapore’s history and heritage. In 2019, we reached 7 in 10 residents in Singapore through our services, programs and spaces.
100 Victoria Street Singapore, Singapore 188064

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OLIO App

OLIO connects neighbours with each other so food & household items can be shared for free, and homemade food & handmade crafts can be purchased & sold (in the new MADE section).

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Our Bralette Club

As part of our initiatives to be a more environmentally sustainable company, we’re running a recycling drive with local textile recycling company Greensquare.
Bring us your old bralettes or bras and drop them off at our retail store so we can process them for repurposing and recycling. Every bralette will be individually sorted, then brought to lesser developed countries.
KINEX MALL, #01-47, 11 Tanjong Katong Rd, #01-47, Singapore 437157
Open daily: 12 pm – 8 pm

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PARK $2 Project (P2P)

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Pass it on

Pass-It-On allows the public to donate items to the needy in Singapore. The project seeks to provide a meaningful way to distribute unwanted, albeit useful items to benefit the needy (home appliances, home furniture, medical aids, mobility aids, learning aids & etc). With Pass-It-On , your used item can be given a new lease of life, and to better the life of needy!
The Helping Hand, 819 Upper Serangoon Road, Singapore 534678

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Perk by Kate 

We are supporting the Uplift Project, a registered charitable organisation that provides bras to women in disadvantaged communities in Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, Cook Islands, Tonga, Solomon Islands, Philippines, Bali, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Botswana, Uganda and Pakistan, the Northern Territory and the Kimberley regions in Australia. The ladies in these disadvantaged communities are unable to obtain or afford any form of undergarment, and in many cases, the undergarments provided by the Uplift Project may be the only ones these ladies will ever own.

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Preloved Baby And Kids Goods

Preloved Baby And Kids Goods Singapore is a community for parents to buy, sell, trade and bless baby goods (items for babies, kids 7 & below, maternity and nursing). This group is brought to you by theAsianparent.com.

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Project 2X2

Project2x2 is Two of a Kind’s newest and most important “product”: we collect your used contact lens blisters (ANY AND ALL brands – not just twooak’s) for recycling.
Various Locations, please click here

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Project Homecoming

As part of our efforts in environmental conservation, Epson together with our partners aims to support recycling of discarded ink and toner cartridges through Project Homecoming.
Project Homecoming is the first joint-brand initiative to bring ink and toner cartridges recycling to the community. Jointly-led by Epson and Canon, and supported by National Environment Agency and National Library Board, the effort aims to create awareness on the recycling of ink and toner cartridges, and to engage local communities to do their parts for our environment.
To drop off your used ink or toner cartridges into our Project Homecoming boxes, please check on website

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Project HOPE

Project HOPE was created to provide daily necessities for the lower-income residents in Nee Soon East. Run entirely by volunteers, Project HOPE displays all donated items on shelves, allowing the residents to pick out what they require.
227 Yishun Street 21, #01-520, Singapore 760227


Ronald McDonald House Charities Singapore

Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Singapore is an independently administered charity on a simple mission – to directly improve the health and well-being of children in Singapore. We believe when you change a child’s life, you change a family’s, which can change a community, and, ultimately, the world.
5 Lower Kent Ridge Road, National University Hospital, Main Building Level 4, Singapore 119074

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School Kaki

Share or Give your used textbooks, uniforms and things related to school.

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SCWO

The Singapore Council of Women’s Organisations (SCWO) was established in 1980 as the National Coordinating body of women’s organisations in Singapore. SCWO has more than 50 member organisations, which represent over 500,000 women, and it serves to unite them to work toward ideals of ‘Equal Space, Equal Voice and Equal Worth’ for women in Singapore.
In May 2000, the New2U Thrift Shop opened its doors. The Shop is managed entirely by volunteers, some of whom have been volunteering with New2U for many years. The shop sells pre-loved clothing, accessories, household items, ornaments, books and etc. All goods are donated, and prices start from as low as S$1.00. Proceeds from the store go towards the Star Shelter and the various SCWO Initiatives.
SCWO Centre, 96 Waterloo Street, Singapore 187967
Monday – Friday: 10.30 am – 2.30 pm | Last Sunday of every month, 11 am – 2 pm

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Seekabook

Seekabook is Singapore’s first digital platform that allows you to exchange your books with other books of your choosing from an online catalog at a much lower cost than buying one and ALL FROM THE COMFORTS OF YOUR HOME!!! Seekabook will pick up the books you want to give and deliver the books that you choose.

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SG Mummies United

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ShareLeh

It started with a simple thought – We see tons of carton boxes in every housing estate disposed by residents making online purchases. The wastage from these carton boxes were overwhelming. There had to be a way to reuse these items that were in pristine condition.
Branching from that thought, Little Green Circle Pte. Ltd. was born. Our company name, Little Green Circle, represents the ever-giving cycle of passing on a preowned item that you no longer need to someone else who has a use for it. Thereby, bringing continuity to an item.

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Share Your Spare Singapore

Our main goal is to bring happiness to less fortunate kids in the Philippines and hopefully in other countries in the near future through our toy libraries, toy gift giving, feeding program and other projects.

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SHOP+

Red Cross work in Singapore began in 30 September 1949 as part of the British Red Cross Society. The Singapore Red Cross (SRC) was incorporated by an Act of Parliament on 6 April 1973. An independent humanitarian organisation dedicated to protecting human life and dignity, relieving human suffering and responding to emergencies.
62 Jalan Khairuddin Singapore 457524 (Opera Estate)
Monday & Friday: 11 am – 4 pm
Dhoby Xchange#B1-43 of Dhoby Xchange (nearest MRT Dhoby Ghaut)
Tuesday – Friday: 12 pm – 7 pm | Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm

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Singapore Freecycle Network

The goal of the Singapore Freecycle Network is to reduce waste by connecting people who are giving goods to others who are seeking the same goods. It’s a grass root and entirely non-profit movement of people who are giving (& getting) stuff for free. It’s all about re-use and keeping good stuff out of landfills.
The Singapore Freecycle Network is inspired by the Tucson Freecycle Network, the Freecycle pioneers. Find out more about the international Freecycle  movement.

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Singapore Neighbourhood Freecycle 2

Singapore Neighbourhood Freecycle Group hope to bring across this freecycle idea to each neighborhood in Singapore. Let’s make this happen. let Share the joy around and add more member in to group . Thank you .

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Singapore Really Really Free Market

SRRFM is the Singapore chapter of the RRFM. The first SRRFM happened on Sunday 18 Jan 09. Subsequently, every session was held in Post-Museum’s premises on Rowell Rd till SRRFM18.
The Singapore Really Really Free Market is a market where everything is free. All goods and services are shared free and nothing is for sale. Anyone with stuff or skills to share are welcome to set up a stall, and if you find something you want, you’re welcome to have it. Come join us to build a sharing and caring community!

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Singtel ReCYCLING Programme

Called ReCYCLE, the program provides the means for people to do their part for the environment by recycling their mobile and internet related electronic waste such as mobile phones and chargers, laptops and tablets, modems and routers, and other related accessories like lithium batteries and cables.
These unwanted devices can be dropped off into the ReCYCLE bins at selected Singtel Shop and Singtel Exclusive Retailer outlets (check on Website) and Post Offices.

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Society for the Aged Sick

Society for the Aged Sick (SAS) is a not-for-profit nursing home with a licensed bed capacity of 404. The Home provides residential and respite services to people in need of daily skilled nursing care and/or assistance in activities of daily living, and who cannot be cared for at home, particularly the less privileged.
130 Hougang Avenue 1, Singapore 538900

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Soles4Souls

At Soles4Souls, we turn unwanted shoes and clothing into opportunity, by keeping them from going to waste and putting them to good use – providing relief, creating jobs and empowering people to break the cycle of poverty.
No. 705 Sims Drive, #02-12 Shun Li Industrial Complex Singapore, Singapore 387384

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Something Old Something New

Something Old Something New (SOSN) is a social enterprise thrift shop selling preloved items and a platform to train and equip persons recovering from mental health issues with retail and logistic skills to boost their employability. SOSN is a “green” enterprise which operates with the “reduce, reuse and recycle” principles.
Since its establishment in 1997, SOSN has trained many persons recovering from mental health issues and built up their self-confidence. This in turn help them sustain employment in the retail industry and bring them one step closer to independent living in the community.
SOSN would be accepting donations of new or preloved items at Farrer Park, Pasir Ris, Woodlands and Yishun outlets. Please check on website for the outlets.

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SOSD Singapore

SOSD is a volunteer-run organisation dedicated to the welfare of Singapore’s many street dogs. Our dog shelter exists to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome strays to give them a second chance at life. Maybe you can donate clean towels as these provide a versatile use for their residents – from playthings to cage lining and clean up.
59 Sungei Tengah Road, Block T Unit 01-42, Singapore 699014

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SPCA Singapore

SPCA was established in the 1800s. The committee consisted of W.H Read, John Cameron, William Adamson and D.E.A Hervey. 2010, SPCA joined forces with other animal welfare groups in Singapore – ACRES, ASD, Animal Lovers League, Cat Welfare Society, House Rabbit Society of Singapore (HRSS), Noah’s Ark Cares – to conduct an undercover survey of all the 36 pet shops and pet farms selling puppies in Singapore and launched the “Stop the Cruelty in Puppy Mills” campaign to shed light on the conditions of breeding dogs in these puppy mills.
SPCA accepts clean towels as these provide a versatile use for their residents – from playthings to cage lining and clean up, newspapers, medication and dog/cat food sometimes even domestic items like washing machines
50 Sungei Tengah Road Singapore, Singapore 699012

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SSVP Shop

A social enterprise of the Society of St Vincent de Paul (SSVP) Singapore. As a Charity Shop or Thrift Shop, the items on sale at the shop are mainly from collection drives done by Vincentians at various Catholic churches. People also donate valuable items after making an appointment with the shop management. Every item you donate and what you spend at the shop will go towards helping the poor.
501 Geylang Road, Singapore 389459
Tuesday – Sunday: 10 am – 4 pm | Monday: Closed

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StarHub RENEW

RENEW is a flagship e-waste recycling program launched by StarHub on Earth Hour in 2012. As an info-communications services provider retailing electronic products, RENEW reflects StarHub’s commitment to environmental sustainability.
Various Location for drop your donations, please check on website

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Swapaholic

Swapaholic is a social enterprise that helps declutter & refresh you closet, without hurting your wallet & our planet.
04-07 Orchard Central 181 Orchard Rd Singapore, Singapore 238896
Monday – Saturday: 11 am – 10 pm | Sunday: 12 am – 7 pm

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Tay Recycling

Tay Paper Recycling is the market leader in Confidential Document Destruction and Waste Paper Recycling. With over 30 years of experience, we offer the best in class services for waste paper recycling and confidential data destruction.
48 Gul Avenue, Singapore 629681
Recycling Collection Point: Block 5067 Ang Mo Kio Industrial Park 2, #01-1481 Singapore 569570

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Ten Feet Tall

From the very first moment we talked about Ten Feet Tall, we wanted our business to stand for something special. We established our Shoe Bank and asked our customers to bring their old school or sports shoes back to us when then they came to buy new ones. We’re proud to say we’ve collected over 20,000 pairs of pre-loved shoes since we launched. We polish and pack every pair with a handwritten note from one child to the next wearer and send them via our school and corporate partners to schools in Indonesia, Cambodia, Thailand and India.
In 2019 we developed an exciting partnership with US not-for profit Soles4Souls which means we now collect ANY SHOES in good condition (adults’ and children’s).
Holland Road Shopping Centre, 211 Holland Avenue #02-16, Singapore 278967

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Thrift Store @ Yishun

The mission of the Thrift Store is to turn “Trash into Treasure”. In the developed and prosperous Singapore that we live in, we are often bombarded with lots of advertisements to consume more and we end up with purchases that fill our storerooms to the brink. If we were to do some spring cleaning, we may find ourselves with items that we do not even remember purchasing. Instead of throwing them away, our Thrift Store @ Yishun is a great place where you can donate your preloved items to.
Nett proceeds from the Thrift Store go towards supporting underprivileged children and youth in Singapore and Cambodia.
1 Yishun Industrial Street 1, A’Posh BizHub #05-15 & 16, Singapore 768160
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9.30 am – 5 pm | Saturday & Sunday*: 9.30 am – 3 pm
*Every first Sunday of the month

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Thryft

Thryft is a second-hand online bookstore where you can trade in old books for credits to purchase other books on its marketplace.
At Thryft, we believe in creating a sustainable reading culture by extending the shelf life of each book. Instead of piling up more titles at home, we give second-hand books new lives to be loved and read again.
11 Sims Drive, #04-01, Singapore 387385

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The Fashion Pulpit

The Fashion Pulpit is a social enterprise that aims to promote environmental education and awareness in the field of fashion. Our platform is open to the public, as we encourage consumers to extend the lifespan of fashion items and minimize textile waste. The fashion pulpit is a sustainability enterprise that aims to advance circular fashion through educating, swapping, upcycling, thrifting and repurposing globally!
5 Straits View, Marina One The Heart #01-04, Singapore 018935
Tuesday – Sunday & PH: 11 am – 7 pm | Monday: Closed

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The Food Bank Singapore

The Food Bank Singapore was set up by Nichol and Nicholas Ng, a pair of siblings running a food distribution business, FoodXervices Inc. Pte. Ltd. After observing the food industry for more than a decade, they realized the need for a food bank in Singapore.
Founded in January 2012, The Food Bank Singapore visited more than 30 charity organizations and homes to gain better insight into the situation on the ground. We also took the time to understand the operating models of each organization that provides free meals and dry rations to the needy and less fortunate families and individuals.
218 Pandan Loop, XPACE Singapore, Singapore 128408

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The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army has been touching lives in Singapore since 1935 and we remain committed in serving the underprivileged in the community without discrimination. To us, every life is precious and we actively help those in need regardless of age, race or religion.
The Salvation Army was established under the Statutes of Singapore, Ordinance 23 of 1939 as The Salvation Army Ordinance (Chapter 377). The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church.
Territorial Headquarters, 20 Bishan Street 22 Singapore, Singapore 579768

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Tidy

Handling waste can be challenging, especially bulky waste that needs professional discarding. We take the stress out of managing waste by offering integrated, reliable and versatile waste disposal and recycling service.
29, Tuas Avenue 8, Singapore 639244

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Tzu Chi

The seeds of Tzu Chi’s Great Love from Taiwan took root on the shores of our island more than 20 years ago. Tzu Chi’s work in Singapore started with the Mission of Charity and the goal of relieving poverty, before gradually expanding into the Missions of Medicine, Education, Humanistic Culture, and Environmental Protection over the years.
9 Elias Road, Singapore 519937

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Uplift Project

The Uplift Project started in 2005, collecting second-hand bras for Fiji, with help from Rotary Australia World Community Service. In 2015, the Uplift Project became a registered charity in Australia, with branches across the country and in NZ, Singapore and Botswana. So far, Uplift has sent over 1.5 million bras to 11 Asia Pacific countries, Botswana, Uganda, India and Pakistan.
For women in disadvantaged communities, a bra is often unobtainable or unaffordable. This project collects new and second hand bras and sends them wherever we have requests.

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Visio Optical

Visio Optical aims to make spectacles available to the needy by collecting old and new eyewear and distributing it to people in need – elderly in nursing homes and day-care centres and needy families.
43 Holland Drive 01-67, Singapore 270043
Monday – Saturday: 9.30 am – 8 pm | Sunday & Public Holiday: 10 am – 6 pm

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Willing Hearts

A secular, non-affiliated charity, Willing Hearts is wholly run by volunteers, apart from a handful of staff. It operates a soup kitchen that prepares, cooks and distributes about 9,500 daily meals to over 40 locations island wide, 365 days a year. Beneficiaries include the elderly, the disabled, low income families, children from single parent families or otherwise poverty stricken families, and migrant workers in Singapore.
Willing Hearts is a registered as a society with the Ministry of Home Affairs since February 2005 and as a charity with the Ministry of Ministry of Social and Family Development since December 2008.
11 Jalan Ubi Blk 6, #01-51 Kembangan – Chai Chee Community Hub, Singapore 409074
Open Daily: 5 am – 3.30 pm

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ZARA Clothes Collection

As part of our social and environmental commitment, we want to help you extend the useful life of your garments by developing a used clothes collection program.
We recover garments that are no longer in use to give them a second life and support the non-profit organisations with whom we collaborate.
Drop off your clothes at ZARA stores throughout Singapore. Do approach the staff if you can’t find the bin in the store!

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