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Wish List April.

Urgently needed!

Newborn Girl/Boy 

 9-12 months Boy/Girl

 12-18 months Girl 

 3-4 years Boy/Girl 

 4-5 years Boy Only 

 5-6 years Boy Only 

 6-7 years Girl Only 

 8-9 years Girl/Boy 

 Shoes size 6,7,8,9,12

 Newborn Buggies/  Strollers 

 Nappies size 0,1,3,4,5,6

 Baby Wipes 


 Moses baskets 

 Muslin squares 

Thanks for checking our donations page. The items you give us will be passed on to families who need them. It’s really important that the items we give out are in excellent condition and that families feel good about receiving them. Please check everything thoroughly before giving them to us, making sure it's clean, washed, stain-free, fully functioning and looking good. Thank you!

We accept clothes, books, toys, prams/buggies, Moses baskets,  and baby utensils, such as bibs, muslins, slings.

If you are unsure as to whether we will accept an item, please email

On the First Thursday of each Month we will update our wish list (see left.) This list contains clothes and items that we are really short of. In addition to this we will put put call-outs on our Facebook page for clothes that we are in urgent need of. 

Donations from the wishlist can be dropped off at Oasis Playspace on (term-time only - please check with us during school holidays) Wednesday 9.30am - 1pm, Thursdays 10am - 2pm.

Items can also be dropped to the Oasis Center 1 Kennington road SE1 7QP Monday - Friday 10am - 5pm.

Please clearly label all bags Small Project and hand to front of house team!

Unfortunately we are not able to collect donations.

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Items we are unable to accept:

  • Adult clothes (Please donated to the Oasis Hub Waterloo)

  • Battery operated items of any kind

  • Breast pumps

  • Cots/cribs ( Please ask as we may have a family in need)

  • Door bouncers

  • Electrical items of any kind

  • Highchairs

What to do with the things we don’t take: 

  • Camberwell Salvation Army or Little Village may take items which we’re not able to. Check the links or contact them for up to date info.

  • You can recycle any unwanted/old/stained (but clean) clothes by giving them to participating H&M and M&S stores for textile recycling, or take them to your nearest textile recycling bank (check your council website).

  • Pass things which are still in good condition to your friends, neighbours, local charity shop. You can also use freecycle and freegle to give things away in your area.

We are a predominately volunteer run project as part of a charity, and our services are free of charge. Donations go a long way to support the running of this project - ensuring we are able to purchase what we need to coordindate, clean, sort, store and distribute clothing for babies and children up to 10 years old. We also provide essential sanitary products to those who use the service.

Furthermore, we hope to develop the service to provide a brilliant way for local families to become more environmentally conscious and sustainable in their use of clothing and items for children, through using the Small Project as a clothing library and promoting a sharing economy. 


A £7.00 monthly donation is enough to pay for a sanitary pack for a child baby on a monthly basis, this includes nappies and wet wipes. Please consider a regular donation to help us keep running this service. 

*If you are donating via JustGiving, please clearly put "Small Project" as your donation reference. 


If you would like to make a money donation, please visit our Just Giving page here.* 

What we do with the donations we receive:

The clothes and other items we receive are made available free of charge to any families in financial need or in difficult circumstances. We have a large referral base, and ensure that as many community members and those we provide support to can access the project. The Small Project reserves the right to give away, sell, or dispose of any donated items which are unsuitable for use or surplus to requirements.

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