Places To Donate Your Child’s Clothes And Toys In Mumbai


Kids nowadays have everything and then some more. Between parents,  doting grandparents and aunts and uncles children are spoilt for choice. But there is a section of kids in our society who are not so fortunate. Their parents may not be able to give in to all their wishes. We must all teach our children the power of sharing, of maintaining their toys and games so that someone else can use them and be happy.

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Every child deserves a happy childhood. We have curated a list of organizations who do just that – put a smile on the faces of children less privileged.

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Angel Xpress Foundation

Angel Xpress Foundation is a Mumbai-based NGO working to transform the lives of underprivileged children through regular access to educated adults at their centres across the city. They organise redistribution drives wherein they collect clothes, shoes, toys, bags and other essential items which are still in good condition and the kids at AXF could utilize.
Address: Multiple Locations, Click Here.
Contact: 9930070086
Email: [email protected]
Website: Angel Xpress Foundation

Toy Bank

Toybank runs game libraries in urban and rural India. They also conduct educational play sessions, team building activities and other developmental workshops at these libraries through board games and toys.  If you're looking to donate toys that your children have outgrown, you can do so at any of their centres listed below.
Address: Multiple Locations, Click Here.
Contact: 8080868235
Email: [email protected]
Website: Toy Bank

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Over the last 14 years,  Goonj has built a network of channels that help get clothes & other household material to people living in far-flung areas. GOONJ has innovatively figured a way to harness what can become an environmental disaster.  The centres listed below will readily collect your outgrown baby stuff.
Address: Worli, Santacruz, Goregaon.Koperkhairane, Thane, Anandwan
Contact: +91 22 2845 3034
Email: [email protected]
Website: Goonj

Green Yatra

Green Yatra is a Non-Profit-Non-Governmental organization (NGO). Their sole objective is to pass on a habitable GREEN pollution free Earth and a better world for the future generations. You can donate almost everything like books, stationery, clothes, utensils, electrical appliances (Mobile, computer), bed sheets, toys, blankets, shoes, sporting goods. Anything in good condition that you don’t use anymore might help someone in need. Get in touch with their head office for further information about how you can help.
Address: 001/ Bldg. No. 14, Mahaveer Nagar, Ideal Park, Near Orange, Hospital, Mira Road (East), Thane
Contact: 022 – 6588 6649
Email: [email protected]
Website: Green yatra

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Wishing Well

Wishing Well collects everything ranging from clothes, shoes, toys, books and magazines. The collected stuff is sorted according to size, gender and type, then washed and ironed. Clothes not suitable to donate are sold to a vendor and the money donated to an organisation. Toys are sorted out to ensure that complete and age-appropriate toys are sent to organisations.
Contact: 022 – 23637635
Email: [email protected]
Website: Wishing Well

Karmayog Foundation

Karmayog is a social initiative that provides basic essentials to theunderprivilegedd. Karmayog is a unique organisation that connects citizens, civil bodies and government since 2004 .Their donation drives call for used books, magazines, toys, clothes and furniture.
Address: Opposite C.S.T, Shreeniwas House, Waudby Road, 2nd Floor, Behind Bombay Gymkhana, H. Somani Road, Murzaiam Road, Azad Maidan, Fort
Email: [email protected]
Website: Karmayog Foundation

Bigger Than Life

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‘Bigger Than Life is a group of likeminded youngsters who get together every Saturday with a single goal to try and create a future for the children. The evenings are full of fun, interaction and learning through play. While you can definitely donate clothes for the children, they also require school related items like notebooks, pens, pencils, crayons, school bags, water bottles, sketch pens, geometry instruments, erasers, sharpeners etc. They also collect funds to purchase necessities like raincoats and footwear to help the kids survive the Mumbai rains.
Address: Multiple Locations, Click Here
Contact: 9967655569, 9820788707
Email: [email protected] 
Website: Bigger Than Life

Bal Asha Trust

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Bal Asha Trust works towards finding adoptive families for children who are placed through a legal process. They always require clothes and will welcome any donation of clothes for infants and young children directly at the centre.
Address: Anand Niketan, King George Memorial, Dr. E. Moses Road, Mahalaxmi, Mumbai
Contact: 022 2494 4090, 24926526
Email: [email protected]
Website: Bal Asha Trust

Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust

Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust works towards the welfare of people from the most underprivileged strata of society in the areas of health, education and vocational training. Emphasis is placed on assisting children and the disabled to help them join mainstream society. The Garment Project of the Trust is based on the fact that they believe – ‘To give an underprivileged person a pair of clothes is as good as dressing him with self-respect.’ With this objective, they distribute usable garments to the poorest of the poor children, women and men of all ages via a network of institutions, NGOs, schools and colleges. You can call or e-mail them for a pickup of garments. 
Address: 16 A, Khetwadi, 12th Lane, Opp. Earth View Bldg, Opp. Pawri School
Contact: 8530485324, 022 2389 8930
Email: [email protected]
Website: Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust 

Salaam Baalak Trust

Salaam Baalak Trust provides street children with the opportunity to experience the joys of childhood. 
Address: c/o Bal Bhavan, Netaji Subhash Marg, Charni Road West, Mumbai
Contact: 022 23675233
Email: [email protected]
Website: Salaam Baalak Trust 
Facebook: Salaam Baalak Trust 

Adarshmay Charitable Trust

Adarshmay Charitable Trust is a registered NGO based in Chembur, Mumbai. The primary focus of the organisation is on Educational & Health activities. It currently has activities on issues like Scouting, Guiding, AIDS, Human Rights, Leprosy, Adolescent Health, School Scholarships and other issues that affect the society in general and youth in particular.
Address: Parijat, 9, Khardeo Nagar, N. G. Acharya Marg, Chembur, Mumbai
Contact: 09967637282
Email: [email protected]
Website: Adarshmay Charitable Trust

If you know of any more places to donate gently used children's books and toys in Mumbai, do leave it in the comments below and we will add to this list. 

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