Disability Information Service provide information of how you can sell or donate mobility equipment you no longer need.
The Mobility Market allows potential buyers and sellers of used mobility scooters to get in touch with each other across the UK.
Limbcare has found that often redundant or unusable limbs are scrapped into landfill sites.
Unfortunately, due to the COVID 19 pandemic, the Limbcare Trustees have had to reorganise their recycling service. They are sadly no longer able to accept items such as crutches and manual wheelchairs.
However, they can still make good use of mobility scooters and powered wheelchairs should you have any you might wish to donate. These items would need to be in good condition (with no body work damage), have keys and good batteries.
They should be able to collect these items, if necessary, within a 50 mile radius of Camberley, Surrey, although the collection point needs to be outside the area of the London Congestion Zone.
If you are considering a donation of these items, please contact us:
Email: email@example.com, or
Mobile: 07739 588031
Recycle Mobility Centre offers a quality service that refurbishes, maintains, and repairs all types of mobility equipment to the highest standard and sells it used / second hand at an affordable price to those who can least afford to buy new equipment. They have a mobility store on Dumbarton Road, Clydebank and we are excited to continue to offer our services to those who need us most locally across Glasgow & the West, elsewhere in Scotland and across the UK.
Disabled Equipment Sent Overseas (DESO) send donated mobility aids to Ghana. They are based in Canterbury and do ask for items to be delivered or sent there.
Items they accept:
T: 01227 766949/07815 926016
Some Salvation Army branches will accept donations of second-hand wheelchairs. Contact your local branch to find out more.