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Jewellery & Watches

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Recycling for Good Causes

Recycling for Good Causes accept jewellery and watches, using them to raise money for non-profit organisations. After downloading their address label online, just pop them in an envelope and post them directly to the charity.

Poverty Child

Poverty Child accept unwanted gold and silver items including damaged items, costume jewellery and watches. They will send you a recycling address label and you can use this label to post your package directly to the charity. This charity is dedicated to improving life for street and slum children.

ChildAid

ChildAid accept jewellery and watches (even if they’re damaged or broken) to raise money for children and families in crisis. You can drop off your items at their office in Bromley or by posting them using their freepost label online.


Alzheimer’s Society

Alzheimer’s Society welcomes jewellery of any kind to raise funds for people affected by dementia. Request a Jiffy bag on their website, pop your unwanted jewellery items into the bag and post it back to them via the freepost address provided.

Tradecraft

Tradecraft also offer a ‘recycle your jewellery envelope’ via their website to raise money to support people living in poverty.

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Donate to Charity Shops

Barnardos, Oxfam and Marie Curie all accept broken jewellery and costume jewellery and raise funds through recycling them. Simply drop them off at your nearest store.


 

Recycle your old watch and raise money for Macmillan

Watches for Charity accept a range of working or broken wristwatches including:

  • Gents & Ladies Watches

  • Digital or analogue watches

  • Branded or non-branded watches

  • Pocket watches

Simply post your items to the address provided on their website.

 
 

 
 

Tips for donating jewellery to charity

  • Put items in separate plastic or cloth bags to keep them together - otherwise, they may get lost in the sorting process.

  • Items they can accept include: odd earrings, broken necklaces, bracelets, brooches and chains, and watches that no longer work.