From your door
to a second life.

Thread:collect picks-up your unwanted clothes and small electricals from your door, to give them a second life.

Book online or by phone phone, and we come to you, when you need us.

We can take away your clothes, shoes, bags and small electricals. Everything we collect is used again, saving it from landfill.

How it works:

1.

Book your collection online or by phone phone.

2.

Place your unwanted clothes by your front door the night before.

3.

We pick them up for you.

Items we accept:

Clothing

Handbags

Shoes

Accessories

Small electricals

Toys

Items we don't accept:

TVs

Furniture

Prams

Bikes

Suitcases

Mattresses

Books

Bric a Brac

Kitchenware

Step 1 of 5

Where are we collecting from?




Before you book,
remember

Sorry, but we can't collect from apartment blocks, or homes where we can't access your front door (for now, we're working on it!). Instead, you can bring your unwanted clothing to a drop-off hub near you. As well as clothes, we can only accept one bag of small electricals per home.


Step 2 of 5

What are we collecting?

Number of bags of clothing to be collected

Number of bags of small electricals to be collected:

*Remember, we can only accept 1 bag of small electricals.

Step 3 of 5

Choose your pick-up day:

Available dates:

Remind me about my pick up by SMS

Step 4 of 5

A bit about you:

Step 5 of 5

Nearly there…

How did you hear about us?

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Step 6 of 6

Choose a charity:

Thread:Collect proudly partner with many Australian charities to provide sustainable funding in support of
their causes. Once your collection is confirmed, we'll
give 10c per kilo to the charity of your choosing.

This month, we're partnering with the following charities.

The Red Cross Australia | Find out more

Save the Children | Find out more

Keep Victoria Beautiful | Find out more

Thanks, but I am not interested in participating

Booked!

We'll send you an email to confirm your collection.
We'll be there on [date].

You're giving your clothes a second life in local and global communities that need them the most and saving your things from landfill.