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Anglo Doorstep Collections

Anglo Doorstep Collections: donate items to charity from home

We have partnered with Anglo Doorstep Collections to enable Exeter residents to donate items to charity direct from their doorstep.

This is a free service offered by Anglo Doorstep Collections. It’s open to everyone, but it will especially help residents who might struggle to take items to a charity shop by allowing them to move on items from home while supporting their choice of partner charities.

Anglo can take clothing, shoes, small electricals, toys, tools, ornaments, books, and more.

Booking a collection is easy: click on the Start button below, enter your postcode and book your slot. Then all you will need to do is bag or box up your items suitably, ready for collection.

You can leave them on your doorstep on collection day, but if you would prefer to keep them inside then the driver will come to your front door.


Book your collection

This button will take you to Anglo’s website, where you can book your collection slot.

Start the journey



Please note: this is not a bulky waste collection service. If you require a collection of furniture or other larger items of waste, please see our bulky waste collections page.

Please do not contact Exeter City Council about Anglo’s charity collections. All collections are arranged, managed and made by Anglo Doorstep Collections – no collection information is held by us. Contact details for Anglo can be found by clicking the Start button above.


Who are Anglo Doorstep Collections?

Anglo Doorstep Collections is a UK-based company that collects charity donations of unwanted clothing and small household items, direct from people’s homes. Their collection service is free, and people get to select a charity to support.

The company is registered with the Fundraising Regulator as well as being a corporate member of the Charity Retail Association.

It is also a certified member of TRUST (Trader Recycling Universal Standard, for traders in second-hand clothing, textiles and household products) and a member of TRA (Textile Recycling Association). The TRA promotes best practice for the collections industry for both UK and international markets.

When this content has been updated

Last updated 10 July 2024