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Troop Aid


Donate your pre-loved clothes to raise funds for injured service personnel.

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When service personnel are injured on training exercises or in combat operations, they’re admitted to hospital without any of their personal effects or clothing.

It costs £30.00 to make up one of our GRAB BAGS, which enable wounded servicemen and women to walk off the plane or arrive at a hospital bed with dignity at a time of personal crisis.

Our GRAB BAGS are handed to injured service personnel in over 27 locations worldwide. In addition to this emergency pack, we supply many other items of clothing and footwear such as tracksuits, hoodies, fleeces and trainers.

Please read The Story of Troop Aid.

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Thanks to your clothes donations, we’ve raised an amazing

for Troop Aid.
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Troop Aid is registered with the Charity Commission for England & Wales. 
Registration number: 1164106. 
Official website:

Our drivers are not authorised to accept cash donations.
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Troop Aid will receive £200 per metric tonne of donated clothes. 
Donate Clothes is the tradename of Your Donation Ltd registered as a limited company. Company no 10691730. Troop Aid registered as a charity in England & Wales. Charity no 1164106.

Ready to declutter your wardrobe but leave your heart full?

Book a clothes collection to support Troop Aid charity today and we'll collect donation bags from your home for free.

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Why recycle your clothes with Donate Clothes?

The climate crisis is engulfing the planet – and the fashion and textiles industry needs to take urgent action to drastically reduce carbon, water and waste from the textiles supply chain.

By donating your pre-loved clothes and textiles, you’re not just supporting a British charity of your choice, helping them raise funds without the need for setting up a shop or collection centre. You’re also propelling the textiles industry towards a circular economy.

Did you know?

An estimated £140m worth of clothing is sent to UK landfill every year. That’s around 350,000 tonnes.

The average UK household owns £4000 worth of clothes.

The value of unused clothes in UK wardrobes is a whopping £30bn.

* Source: WRAP