The Small Project A bundle of clothes spilling from a bag with a cuddly mouse looking out over the edge.

Can you donate clothes or baby equipment?

Your donation

It's really important that the items we pass on to people are in excellent condition and that they feel good about receiving them. Please check everything thoroughly before giving to us, making sure it is clean, stain-free, fully functioning and looking good. Thank you!

Getting your donations to us

November & December 2017

We’re currently accepting newborn/tiny baby clothes and 2-3yr and 3-4yr clothing, but not ages 0-2yrs as we still have a lot in our storage container.

We’re also in need of sleeping bags, blankets, hats/gloves, coats for all age groups (0-3yrs), slings/carriers, bottles, nappies, bibs and muslins.

Your donations are really appreciated, thank you!

Items we normally take

  • Bibs
  • Books for young children (good quality, popular books in a readable condition)
  • Bottles (excellent condition)
  • Blankets (cellular blankets only)
  • Bouncer chairs (with three-point harness; lightweight only so that people are able to carry them home)
  • Changing bags
  • Clothes 0-3yrs (please sort into separate bags by age and gender, i.e., '0-3 months Girl')
  • Moses baskets
  • Muslin cloths (new or nearly new only)
  • Nappies (reusable, disposable or swim nappies; opened packs are fine)
  • Pram suits
  • Shoes (first shoes to size 10)
  • Sheets (fitted sheets for moses basket/cot, mattress protectors)
  • Sleeping bags
  • Slings
  • Toys (just a select few please -we're unable to take big bagfuls. No battery-operated toys)

If there is anything which you would like to donate and is not on our list please check with us first. Thanks.

What to do with the things we don't take

We're not able to take large items such as cots or prams, but similar projects such as Camberwell Salvation Army Baby Bank , or Little Village in Tooting do normally accept these items.

You can recycle any unwanted/old/stained (but clean) clothes at your nearest textile recycling bank or drop them off at participating H&M or M&S stores.

Pass things on to your friends, neighbours, local charity shop. You can also use freecycle and freegle to give things away in your area.

Getting your donations to us

Donations can be dropped off at Oasis Playspace at the following times (term time only):

Thursdays 10am-noon during  our Small Project sessions
Mondays and Fridays 10-11.30am during Oasis play sessions
All weekday afternoons 4-6pm during Oasis after school club 

Remember the Playspace is closed during school holidays

Please make sure all donations are clean and in great condition ready for another family to use. Thank you!