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Coventry People Helping Coventry People
Donate Your Household Goods & Clothes
Stuff! We all have it. It hides in attics, garages, bedrooms, and under the stairs
Liberate your stuff and let us use it to benefit people living in the City of Coventry.
Your donation will be used to help a family in Coventry.
• What kind of things do we want? Everything you would normally find in a home.
• Our quality control is a very simple question… would you be happy to give it to one of your friends?… if the answer is yes then we would be happy to accept it.
• All soft furnishings must have a fire-retardant label attached
Come along and have a look at what we do
Open Monday to Friday 10:00am – 3:00pm Saturday 10:30am -1:30pm
Love Coventry Charity Warehouse Sparkbrook Street Coventry CV1 5LA
T:02476 014 231 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.lovecoventry.com
Donate Time - Volunteering
You can help in our charity warehouse
Sorting the donated items displaying them in the warehouse.
Also we always need help on the vans collecting and delivering the donated goods.
If your a creative person come along and see what we do painting and restoring furniture
Money is the one thing we can’t do without it! Your donation will enable us to fulfill our goal of supporting those in need throughout the city.
The items you donate will help a a family in Coventry
What will we accept? anything you would normally find in a home
We ask one simple question would you be happy to give it to one of your friends if the answer is yes then we would be happy to accept it.
Soft furnishings must be in good clean condition with appropriate fire retardant labels attached
(Coventry Food Bank) Apart from the very successful supermarket collection days they also accept donations of food,
Donations can be left at
Hope Centre Vauxhall Street CV1 5LF 9:00am -4:00pm Mon -Fri
Donate by Text
Do you need help?
“It is one of the most beautiful compensations of this life that no man can sincerely try to help another without helping himself”.
Ralph Waldo Emerson