"Be the change that you want to see"

There are many ways to remain environmentally sustainable, besides the exchange of second-hand clothing. Because not all items in your closet are treasures we encourage to donate any clothing items that you don’t want to sell.

Since we are no longer centred in one geographic area we can no longer fetch these items from your house and deliver them, instead we have partnered with various charities in South Africa and we have put up their contact details and addresses so that you can deliver these items to them yourself.

The next time you are decluttering your closet why not make a donations pile, head to our website and click on the donations page to see which charity is nearest to you. If there is no charity near you, we implore you to do research and find charities to help within your area.

Remember by donating items to charities you are helping promote the circular economy and preventing clothing items going to landfills in this way you are helping us solve the issue of textile waste one garment at a time.


iKamva Labantu

 iKamva Labantu a charity that works throughout Cape Town’s township communities towards a more just society where human rights can be fully actualised. Their work focuses on early childhood development, after school initiatives for children, and the well being of older persons.Website: Website:
Address:  1st Floor, Hills Building, Buchanan Square, 160 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock, Cape Town, 7925


Department of Social Development

The East London Branch of the Department of Social Development has assisted Trove in finding charities and homes within the Cambridge Location to donate clothing items to 
Address: Cambridge Location, East London, 5247

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