We are now receiving both donations for our shop and for our homeless clients at Petrock’s Place, where possible. (There is much easier car access, fewer traffic restrictions and more storage space there than at our homelessness centre for sorting donations – but it doesn’t alter how donations are used.)

When sorting items, our clients will always be given first priority and all suitable items are given directly to them for free. Any additional items that our clients cannot use directly will be considered for sale in our charity shop, where all profits are used to support our frontline services.

Petrock’s Place, 19 Paris Street, Exeter, EX1 2JB (opposite Fulfords / park & ride)

Tuesday – Saturday, 10am – 4pm



We are now taking donations of good quality clothing and good quality bric-a-brac for our new Petrock’s Place hub & charity shop.



We are now receiving donations via Petrock’s Place rather than at our homelessness centre where possible. The shop is easier to access for most people, has better car access (to the rear) and a little more space!

Please note that, due to limited space, we are only generally able to take donations from our Currently Needed List for the people we help. We are also not generally able to take any bedding (other than sleeping bags) or household furniture. Thank you very much for your understanding and support.



Our new shop on Exeter’s Paris Street is opposite the park and ride stop outside Fulford’s. If dropping off items by car, you can pull in at the rear entrance of the shop by Bampfylde St carpark (by the old bus station).

IMPORTANT: Please do not leave items when the shop is closed, as they are likely to be taken or damaged.


If in doubt, please contact us to check we have capacity to receive your donation before travelling. Thank you.

You may wish instead to consider purchasing our most urgently needed items from our Amazon Wishlist for delivery straight to us.  

Thank you for your support – it’s hugely appreciated!

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