What to Donate
Donate Baby Items
In 2019, we rehomed over $80,000 worth of new and used baby items to Perth families in need.
See the list below of items we can and can't accept.
For our collection points throughout WA to drop off your donations, please see Where to Donate.
We currently accept the following items which are used in our New Baby Boxes or donated directly to partners. Please do not donate anything that is broken, damaged, torn, ripped, or stained.
Clothes - sizes 000000 to 000 (nothing larger until further notice please)
Nappies (all sizes)
Nappy rash cream
Bath and body products
Blankets and swaddles
Towels and wash cloths
Shoes and socks - up to 3 months
Hats and mittens
Bibs and burp cloths
Small toys (no battery toys please)
For mums: maternity pads and breast pads only
Bottles (new and second hand)
Unopened tins of formula
Sorry, we cannot accept:
Any large items such as prams, bassinets, cots, car seats, high chairs, ride ons, baths, bath seats, walkers, Bumbo seats, rockers or bouncers
Breast feeding pillows
Cot and bassinet sheet sets
Cushions or pillows
Electrical items and battery operated items
Maternity or breastfeeding clothes
Picture frames with glass
We cannot accept any items larger than a nappy box, thank you for your understanding!
Not sure if we can accept an item you want to donate? Please email us: email@example.com
For our collection points throughout Perth to drop off your donations, please see Where to Donate.
We endeavour to use all donated items in our New Baby Boxes or pass them on to our partners. Unfortunately, some items may not be suitable due to various reasons such as quality, condition, age, size and safety issues.
If we are unable to rehome donated items, we pass them on to Clutterbugs. Clutterbugs is a Perth based volunteer-run organisation that collects and redistributes household and personal items for people in need.
Occasionally, we will hold on to donations that aren't suitable for our New Baby Boxes to use for raffles and other fundraising activities and events. Funds raised from the sale of these items go towards operational expenses as well as funding new and existing services.