Lifeline would love your clothing donations!
We have more than 400 Lifeline donation bins dotted all over Queensland and we value the ongoing strong community support for this method of donating. We do ask that at all times you donate responsibily because dumping at Lifeline bins is a costly exercise for us with funds being used for waste disposal instead of being put back into services.
How to make your donation count for Lifeline
- Ensure your items you wish to donate are placed in a bin operated by Lifeline – where ALL proceeds raised help support the 24-hour Lifeline 13 11 14 Crisis Support Line.
- Ensure the items are good quality and can be re-sold in our shops.
- Make sure your donation goes inside the bin. Items left beside bins can be damaged by the weather and are usually stollen before they can be collected.
What can you put in the Lifeline Donation Bins
We accept good quality, wearable clothes, shoes, accessories and bedding with no rips, stains or tears. Acceptable products include men's, women's and children's clothing and accessories such as shoes and handbags that you would wear again.
We are unable to accept broken or damaged items, or clothing with broken zippers or stains. We do not accept white goods, electrical items or mattresses at Lifeline donation bins. Donations of furniture and bulky goods MUST NOT be left beside Lifeline bins. Please arrange a pick-up from your home for such items.
Report a full Lifeline bin
Fill out an online form to let us know if a Lifeline bin is full.