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Donate other items

We welcome donations of food, clothing, bedding and cleaning materials that we can distribute across our services to help our vulnerable serviced users.

Items can be delivered to the following services:

10 Southampton Street, Southampton, SO15 2ED (Telephone: 023 8022 3479). This service is staffed seven days per week and items can be delivered between 10am-7pm.

Homeless Day Services, Yew House, Milton Road, Portsmouth, PO3 6BA (Telephone: 023 9288 2689). Items can be delivered here between 1-4pm Monday-Friday

Please telephone before delivering any items just to make sure someone is there to meet you!

 

WE ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT DONATIONS OF ELECTRICAL ITEMS.

WE MAY BE ABLE TO ACCEPT ITEMS OF FURNITURE PROVIDING THEY HAVE THE CORRECT FIRE LABELS. PLEASE TELEPHONE OUR HEAD OFFICE ON 023 8063 4596 TO CHECK.

 

You can also donate other items to raise funds for SSJ.

pcJamie’s Computers is the computer recycling social enterprise arm of The Society of St James. Jamie’s Computers offers a free professional and secure IT disposal service to businesses and individuals.

We refurbish donated computers and make them available for reuse whilst anything that cannot be reused is recycled.

SMARTPHONES Smartphones

Jamie’s Computers can also dispose of any mobile phones that you wish to donate

 

 

car2Giveacar is a social enterprise which turns your old car into cash for your favourite charity. They arrange free collection and then either sell your car at auction or scrap it.

The UK’s first car donation scheme, Giveacar now supports over 800 charities with this new way of fundraising. They are 100% not for profit and have won several awards. They have also scrapped or auctioned over 4,000 vehicles, and raised over £700,000 for charities.

If you have an old car you no longer need why not support the Society of St James and give Giveacar a call. You can choose to donate all the money raised, or keep half and donate the rest.

You might be surprised by the difference your old car could make. The Society of St James has received £90 on average for every car scrapped for us by Giveacar – that’s enough to pay for a homeless person to spend 3 nights in one of our hostels.