Guild Undercover Courtyard 106
Rehoming second hand items is a great way to reduce the impact on the environment and prevent perfectly good items ending up in landfill, not to mention saving you a lot of money in the process.
Donate your pre-loved clothing, entertainment, homeware and decor goods to the Guild Upcycle Markets for them to find a new home!
This is a great opportunity to clean out your cupboards, declutter and rehome items that you’re no longer using.
📦 DONATING ITEMS
Bring your preloved items to Guild Reception (Building 106F) between 9am – 4pm from Monday 12 April to Monday 3 May. Please note, we’re closed on weekends.
We’re looking for items like clothing, books, games, kitchen appliances and accessories.
Items must be in good, working condition. We will not be accepting any broken or soiled items.
All clothes/accessories must be clean and free of stains. We will not be accepting any undergarments including socks, underwear, bathers and hosiery.
We are not accepting furniture at this time.
If you would like to enquire whether an item is appropriate to donate to our market, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
❓ HOW DOES THE MARKET WORK?
The market is open Tuesday 4 May to Thursday 6 May from 10am to 3pm in the Guild Undercover Courtyard (106).
For a donation entry fee of your choice, you can walk away with as much as you like from the market!
EFTPOS available for donation entry fee.
💸 WHERE DO THE DONATIONS GO?
Money raised from this Guild Upcycle Markets will be given to The Country Education Fund.
The Country Education Fund is a charity focused on Rural and Regional communities having access to the services and resources they need in order to fully access further education, career and personal development opportunities. The ultimate goal will be to reduce the gap in participation between country and city students.
Further information can be found here: https://cef.org.au/our-impact/
Acknowledgement of Country
The Curtin Student Guild recognises the Whadjuk Noongar people as the traditional owners of this land, and pays respect to elders past, present, and emerging. This land is stolen, sovereignty was never ceded and this always was and always will be Aboriginal land.