Help us create jobs, save the environment
& support our community
We reuse and upcycle unwanted items that are donated to us, so you can get a great bargain while benefitting the environment at the same time. Every penny of profit is reinvested to give work and training opportunities to people who have a disability or long-term health condition.
For information about deliveries and collections, please see our Frequently Asked Questions at the bottom of the page.
Quality items, affordable prices
You'll find all sorts at Acorn Reuse in Trinity, including furniture, domestic appliances, clothes, toys, books and bric-a-brac. All items are checked, repaired or upcycled to national reuse standards. We work closely with the Trading Standards Department to ensure that our customers get quality items at a fair and affordable price. Second-hand doesn't mean second best!
It has never been more important to consider the environment when you go shopping. By buying pre-loved goods, you are reducing your own environmental footprint. Acorn Reuse benefits Jersey’s environment by reusing tonnes of unwanted items year-round. This reduces the amount of material being sent to the incinerator or landfill and it also reduces the need for manufacturers to make and transport new products. Reuse saves energy, limits pollution, conserves natural resources and reduces greenhouse gases.
By offering reasonably priced reused goods, we are helping lower-income families enjoy an improved quality of life. We often donate to other charities, whether it's children’s clothes to the Women’s Refuge, CDs and DVDs to Philip’s Footprints, or a piano to Africa!
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How to donate
Simply drop off your unwanted items at Acorn Reuse in Trinity.
There's plenty of parking and our staff are on hand to help.
Questions? Please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions at the bottom of the page.
Examples of items we accept
Examples of items we cannot accept
*We’re not able to take sofas and soft furnishings that were made before 1988, or which don’t have the Fire Safety label displayed.