greenwich charity shops

Charity shops

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Donate goods to Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice to clear clutter and make a difference. Find your local Hospice shop to make a donation today.

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Shop at one of our stores for your next home project and support us in providing care to our community.

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Volunteering at one of our Greenwich & Bexley Commuity Hospice shops is a way to support your community. Contact your local shop to see what opportunities are available.

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Shop Online

From vintage toys, quirky treasures, great books to bespoke clothing and antiques; whatever your interests, you’re sure to find something special at our eBay store.



From Friday 4 November 2023, our RePurpose project will no longer operate from Greenwich Reuse and Recycling Centre.


Donate Furniture

Quality furniture donations are always welcome. Your preloved sofa, wardrobes or table set might not be worth much to you, but for our patients and their families, they’re priceless.

Our Shops

Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice store information

A full list of our stores can be found here.

Support us from the comfort of your sofa

There are amazing finds in our ebay and Etsy stores. Click here to start shopping online today.


We can accept good quality and clean:

  • Ladies, men’s and children’s clothing
  • Shoes, handbags, belts, ties and accessories
  • Books and games
  • Bric-a-brac
  • Household items and collectables
  • Electrical items (in working order)
  • Small pieces of furniture (undamaged)

We cannot accept:

  • Any items that are damaged or dirty
  • CD's, DVD's
  • Bedding and carpets
  • Electrical items that do not work
  • Furniture that has been damaged or does not conform to trading standards
  • Please look at the full list here

Disposal of unsalable goods costs our hospice a lot of money that otherwise could go towards supporting patients and those close to them.

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