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Does anyone know of any charities that help out with getting clothes for kids? All my 4 are almost out of their clothes and I just cant afford to get them anything as money is that tight. We used to have a sure start depot where people donated their unwanted clothes and you could go and get items for a donation but that has closed down now.


I have tried freecycle but had no luck :(. I really hate being in this situation its getting me down so much now.




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Vikki, what are your kids sex and size? I don't know about others, but I have quite a few bits and bobs which I was going to take to the charity shop, and if anything is of use to you, I'm quite happy to send you stuff. It's all in good nick, it's just my lot grows at a rate of knots, you turn around and there's another inch on them. I might not have tons as I had a clearout not long ago, but if it helps, you're welcome to them. :-)


What about your local Salvation Army? When I lived in Inverness, I got so much stuff really cheap.


Car boot sales are also a good resource to get stuff really cheap.

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vikki, have you had a look on ebay? One of my friend's daughter sold a whole bundle of almost new kids clothes for £5.00 and she says there's loads of people do it. There must have been over £100 worth of stuff in the bundle.

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