Ask LIU! Donating clothes in Las Palmas

Donating clothes to charity is a simple and effective way to give back to the community in Gran Canaria and help those in need. Whether you have gently used clothes that no longer fit or you want to declutter your closet, donating clothes is a kind and generous act that can make a big difference in the lives of others. When you donate clothes to charity, they are often given to people who are experiencing homelessness, poverty, or other difficult circumstances and may not have access to affordable clothing. Donating clothes can also help to reduce waste and environmental impact, as clothing that is donated can often be reused or recycled rather than ending up in a landfill. There are many charitable organizations that accept donations of clothing, check the recommendations from community members below.

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Please note that these are answers and recommendations from community members and their personal experiences. Answers can be slightly edited for clarity.


Where can I donate clothes in Las Palmas?

You could donate it to the volunteering center on Calle Toledo 8, on Tuesday and Thursday between 17 and 19. This is for Ukrainians.
Veronika | 26-10-2022

You can donate them at Obra Social de Acogida y Desarrollo.
Dom | 25-10-2022

Obra Social Shops. The customers support poor families. Win-win. They are thankful for anything, clothes & household items.
Teodora | 10-03-2022

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