sorry plum, will make a mental note that you've moved on now!
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coco popsPosts 700
Rashid Therapy Centre are holding a sale on the 20th of May & are looking for donations of such items in good condition.You can drop them off any time this week.HTH
Thanks Arohadxb. I think you mean the Rashid Centre (between Lulu's and MOE) but I don't work there any more. While they welcome donations of toys and books etc that could be used within the school, I don't think they take other stuff anymore as they have no room to store it.You could check with them on 04 340 0005
The Dakar Foundation sends things to an orphanage in Bangladesh, or Takemyjunk UAE take anything and give it to the needy.
Thanks arohadxb! Much appreciated!
You may have already done so, but try posting this in the baby related forum. Maybe there will be someone on there who could use your stuff.
where I could donate all my baby stuff like a baby crib, bath/nappy station, car seat, buggy, milk bottles, clothes and toys etc. I would prefer to donate to an orphanage, is there anyone that accepts such items in Dubai?
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