Recycling Programme
The Salvation Army Recycling Programme welcomes both organisation and personal donations of clothing and goods. Donated goods are sorted, distributed and sold in Family Stores in Hong Kong and Macau. The net proceeds will go to The Salvation Army for use across its invaluable community programmes. Some of the donated goods will directly help those people in need, such as home alone elderly, street sleepers, ex-prisoners and CSSA recipients.

Family Stores

Family Stores is the retail arm of The Salvation Army. We operate as a fully functioning retail business and the supply of goods relies heavily on the generosity of the public. All profit from the sale of goods at Family Stores contributes to invaluable community programmes operated by The Salvation Army.

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Donate Clothing & Goods

Help the community and environment by donating your new or quality used clothing, homewares, computer equpiment, etc. to Family Stores. You will help raise money for our community projects and introduce less waste into the environment.

What to Donate
Where to Donate
Pick-up Service

Recycling Collaboration

The Salvation Army welcomes collaboration with estates, property management offices, companies, schools and organisations to arrange recycling activities for charity. Poster, recycling box and logistics support will be provided upon requested. Please call us for more information or return us with the below form for our follow up.

Short-term Recycling Campaign
Long-term Recycling Bin

Community Used Clothes Recycling Bank Scheme

"Community Used Clothes Recycling Bank" is a community participation scheme launched by the Home Affairs Department (HAD). The Scheme facilitates the public to donate used clothes in support of environmental protection and charities. The Salvation Army, being appointed by HAD as one of the scheme managers of Tsuen Wan, Kwai Tsing, Yuen Long and Tuen Mun districts, invites approved charitable institutions and trust of a public character under Section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance to apply for operating the banks.

Notes for Application (Chinese version only)
Application Form (Chinese version only)
Lots-drawing Procedures (Chinese version only)
Letter of Consent & Quotation Records (Chinese version only)