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Places to Donate Gently Used Items in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia before your Move.

The COVID-19 pandemic remains a tough challenge in all parts of Malaysia and the world at large. But you can step away from the stress of it all by de-cluttering.

De-cluttering, cleaning, and organizing can be amazingly therapeutic. It can improve your mental health and give you something to do while on lockdown.

However, you may wonder about the best ways to donate gently used items safely and responsibly.

As one of the best moving and storage companies, we’ve put together a list of the best ways and places to make your non-food donations and help others amid the COVID-19 pandemic. These organizations have outlets, bins, or headquarters all around Kuala Lumpur and Selangor. Some may also offer pickup services if you have plenty to donate.

Kechara Soup Kitchen

Due to the high unemployment rate brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, soup kitchens are no longer providing just food but clothing and household goods. Kechara Soup Kitchen is one of the many with the mandate to feed and clothe the homeless and underprivileged. The organization is accepting shoes, raincoats, and umbrellas. You can also reach out from time to time to check their updated lists of accepted donations.

Community Recycle for Charity (CRC)

You can donate to CRC by either selling-off items and donating the amount or merely donating the items. CRC has over 400 bins around Klang valley. However, you can send a WhatsApp message to +6017-363 8100 for pickups.

Salvation Army Malaysia

Salvation Army’s social outfit, Red Shield Industries, also collects and processes donated items. Then they retail them at Family Thrift Stores to fund social service programs and community projects. You can either send a message on WhatsApp to +6016-492 1078 or make your bookings via


BLESS Shop has about four outlets across the Klang Valley, including One Utama, Sunway Mass Community Centre (SMCC), Citta Mall, and Art Jaya. They collect clothing items and sell to fund projects such as feeding Myanmar refugee children, Kenosis Homes for Drug Rehabilitation, Crossroads Ministry – Rainbow Home for Troubled Women, and supporting volunteer teachers on staff.

Kloth Cares

Kloth Cares is still up and running, especially in these trying times. You can donate textiles, clothing accessories (belts, hats, and scarves), garments, footwear, toys, bedsheets, tablecloths, etc., to Kloth Cares bin locations across Kuala Lumpur. You can check out their Facebook page for