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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Your unwanted clothes and toys: please donate!

Hello there,

After Christmas or when you are about to move are usually great times to de clutter and donate your un-wanted items. You may longer want them or find them useful but believe me there are people living in Malaysia who would be really grateful for all the things you are throwing away.

To donate your items there are several options:

If you have children, you can always ask their school if they accept donations. Many schools are affiliated with Charities and they can make sure your stuff gets to the people in need.

There are orange collection boxes dotted around KL, you can simply leave your items in one of these.
More info on the company running these on this link:

Several charities will gladly take your donations, here is a list of some:

KL Krash Pad- Chowkit- Children and Teenagers
Chow Kit Kita
E-mail: chowkitkita@gmail.com
Tel: 012-2357444

KL Krashpad
346, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman
50350 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-26970137

KL Krash Pad

Hati- Malaysian Charity


If you are an expat you can contact your association and ask them for their advice on who to donate your items too.
The British women's association for example covers quite a few charities.
Association of_British Women

If you struggle to find a charity but still have clothes,toys, games and
books you want to donate then please drop me an email at

We are always looking for donations for other causes!!
Thank you once again!

If you do not wish to donate here are some other suggestions for you:

 1. How to get Rid of Your Stuff


If you are looking to give your time as a volunteer here are some options for you too:

Volunteer in Malaysia

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