Pass it on

Pass it on - give your unwanted items a new home

Something that you don't want anymore can still be used by someone else. Donating unwanted items can help your local community, especially those in need, or raise money for charity.

You can also help protect the environment as reusing items reduces the amount of waste we send to landfill and reduces disposal costs.

Did you know?

  • 83% of sofas are not reused

  • 87% of TVs are not reused

  • 83% of dining tables are not reused

Donating your unwanted items is easy.

Council services

You can take them to your nearest household waste recycling centre (tip) where local charities come and collect items if they are still in good condition to sell on or to donate to people in need.

For larger items, you can also arrange a bulky collection through us. Items will be taken to one of our recycling centres. For a list of what we can collect and to make an online booking.

Baby to Baby

Donate your pre-loved baby clothes to be gifted and re-loved by someone else.

How does it work?

Each year we accept donations of items of clothing suitable for ages premature to three years, washed and in good condition.

The clothes are sorted and put into bags ready to be given to a new family.

Donations are currently closed but we'll be back in the future with our next dates.


If you're able to, why not donate items directly to a local charity? Some charities will collect larger items free of charge if they are still in working order. Check with your local charity shops for more details on the items they need.

Contact us

Customer Services

Wakefield Council
Wakefield One
PO Box 700

0345 8 506 506