No, all items are generic and are not personalised. We do not accept branded items of clothing as these cannot benefit other children in different schools and areas.
That very much depends on stock. We aim to provide clothes that are suitable between the ages of 5-16, although bigger sizes are less likely to be donated. Again, all sizes are despatched on a first come first serves basis.
Grey trousers / shorts
White long sleeved shirts / short sleeved
Cardigans in grey / green / yellow / blue / red
Summer dresses in green / yellow / blue / red
White polo t-shirts
White sports shorts
Plimsoles or trainers
We have a very strict quality checking process. Everything we send out is fit for purpose, however, we would ask you to wash the clothes again before wearing due to being in transit.
No. Freeuniforms4kids will absorb the cost on your behalf. We can arrange to send you a pre-paid postage label and you can drop off and collect at any of the 4,500 nationwide parcelshops.
Simply, click on the ‘Request a uniform’ button on the home page and complete the online form. Once we have received your request, we will fulfil the order (stock permitting) as soon as we can, but no longer than 5 working days.
No. We rely on our clients’ moral ethics not to abuse this service. No family should use this if they don’t really need it as this takes much-needed support away from others. All orders are processed on a first come first served basis.
There are a number of places you can donate:
We can install a dedicated recycled school uniform bin in your school grounds.
Your participating library may have a drop-off point.
Your local council offices may also have a drop-off point.
You can contact us direct by telephone or email or use the ‘Donate a uniform’ button on the home page.