If you’d like to donate underwear, here’s the brief
All you have to do is buy a packet of ladies’ or children’s pants and send them to us. They must be new and while we collect all sizes, those we need the most are for children aged 3-15 or ladies size 8-14. And while we collect all colours, the ladies’ pants in greatest demand are black – in full brief, midi, mini or high leg (in the smaller sizes).
We also accept new or ‘gently worn’ bras which can be any size, including sports and nursing bras, but not teen, cropped-top style or bikini tops. (By ‘gently worn’ we mean bras that are in good condition and still have good wear left in them.)
If you’re able to include a small donation of £3 to help us with our work, that would be pantastic too. Donating a little more like this means that together we can help so many more people.
Or to give online, click here. And if you’re able to Gift Aid your donation you can make an even bigger difference.
Sorry we can’t accept underwear donations from the US because of the customs charges they incur which make accepting them uneconomical for us. Any parcel sent from the US will be returned to sender. For more information, please see Overseas donations.
Please send your smalls to:
Smalls for All®
Five Sisters Business Park
Please enclose your email address so that we can acknowledge safe receipt of your donation. To find out more, see acknowledging receipt.
Sadly, the current situation with COVID-19 means our business park is closed and couriers can’t deliver at the moment. Please hold on to your kind donations until we’re able to resume operations. Meantime, we hope you’re all well and keeping safe, and thank you for your pantastic support.
Or you can order online
We’ve set up an Amazon wish list for new pants, so you can order online and have them delivered directly to Smalls if that’s easier. Go to our Amazon wish list.
We really are indebted to each and every person who makes an underwear or financial contribution to support the work of Smalls. Without your generosity and kindness we wouldn’t be able to carry on. Please know that we value each and every donation and that your help is making a difference. Data protection regulations introduced in May 2018 make it harder for us to publish the names of individual donors, but when we thank all our supporters in our monthly updates on our website, that includes you.