Epilepsy Op Shops
The Epilepsy Foundation Op shops raise important funds to support our work. To do this we require quality donations of saleable items.
What items can be donated?
Preferred donations include:
- Electrical items
If you have items you would like to donate which follow the guidelines above please complete the form below.
What items are not accepted?
To help reduce our costs we are not able to accept any items which are broken, damaged, torn, ripped, stained or faulty. Items donated in this condition must be disposed of and this adds a significant cost to the running of our op shops.
Please note that, in some instances, we are unable to accept white goods/electrical items and mattresses due to Government regulations. Please contact us to check whether your items are suitable for donation.
Please allow five to seven days for pick up. Unfortunately due to limited resources we do not service all areas.
We are unable to accept any items that are stained, torn or in need of repair. Please note that we do not accept mattresses.
To organise pickups of quality furniture please enter your details including your postcode with a brief description and photo of your donation. A member of our team will be in contact with you within two working days. If there are several items of saleable quality, we will organise a pick-up in Melbourne metro areas.
Please complete the form below if you would like to arrange pick up of your donation items and one of our team will be in contact with you soon:
Please note that collections are usually done between 10am and 4pm on a mutually agreed day, any special instructions are to be communicated before the collection day e.g. Item will be left under carport.
The safety of our team is very important to us. On arrival at the collection site our driver will assess if the item is too heavy to lift, or if moving the item presents unacceptable risk to the health or safety of our staff. We ask that if you have a dog at the collection site that it is suitably restrained prior to the agreed collection time.
Thank you for your donation to help people living with epilepsy.
Volunteering at an Op Shop
Being a volunteer is a fantastic way of giving back while raising funds to help people who need it the most. Volunteers get to draw on and share their own experiences and also learn new skills in a professional and supportive working environment. If your motivation for volunteering includes a belief in our work at the Epilepsy Foundation, we will endeavour to find the best option to meet your needs.
Epilepsy Foundation volunteers gain the satisfaction of helping people living with epilepsy while making new friends and community connections. Enrich your life and the lives of others – become a volunteer. Click here to find out more about volunteering.
*We offer confirmation certificates for 50 or more volunteering hours and placements for retail students.
The Blackburn store is easy to find situated directly opposite Blackburn train station with ample parking. Our welcoming team of volunteers are all members of the local community and offer friendly customer service. We have a great range of items, from clothing to household goods and furniture. New stock arrives daily so drop in and find yourself a bargain and in the process help support people living with epilepsy.
82 South Parade, Blackburn 3130 Tel: 03 9894 8266
The Parkdale Op Shop is a little store brimming with fashion labels, the stock reflecting the great location. Dresses, suits, shirts, vintage, shoes are all neatly arranged making browsing convenient. The store is too small to even consider less than perfect garments and we have a consistently high turnover of stock. Wonderful volunteers bring life and character to the Parkdale Op Shop, a hidden gem waiting to be found.
258 Como Parade, Parkdale 3195 Tel: 03 9588 0455
We have two Epilepsy Op Shops in the ever growing suburb of Cranbourne, located on the busy Lurline Street shopping strip. Our corner store is full of quality pre-loved goods ranging from ladies, men’s and kids clothing, jewellery, knick knacks, collectables, shoes, books, games, toys and that special item you may be looking for.
2 Lurline Street, Cranbourne 3977 Tel: 03 5996 2150
Address: 2 Lurline Street, Cranbourne
Phone: 03 5996 2150
10 AM – 9 PM
Our Cranbourne 10 shop sells the majority of our furniture and larger donated goods. We stock items such as lounge suites, coffee tables, desks, chest drawers and electrical goods. We also stock a huge selection of books from all kinds of authors and covering all subject matters and stories.
10 Lurline Street, Cranbourne 3977 Tel: 03 5995 2369
Address: 10 Lurline Street, Cranbourne
Phone: 03 5995 2369
Located on Centre Road, our Bentleigh store is perfect for the avid Op Shop shopper. Surrounded by several other op shops, Centre Road Bentleigh is a hive of activity for the customer who loves a unique purchase. We are well known in the area for our great prices and well-presented store. We stock an excellent range of ladies, men’s and children’s clothing and a great range of household goods and ‘bric-a-brac’.
For the customer who loves to read, we stock a wide range of books from the 1800s to the latest releases including new and old fiction, interests, references and collectables.
351 Centre Road, Bentleigh 3204 Tel: 03 9557 8401
Address: 351 Centre Road, Bentleigh
Phone: 03 9557 8401
The Port Melbourne store, located in fashionable Bay Street Port Melbourne, is a beautifully laid out store which receives high-quality donations. Stocking designer label shoes and clothing, Port Melbourne is the perfect store to visit if you are looking to dress well on a budget. The Port Melbourne store is a must see for your wardrobe necessities but also stocks a great range of household goods, books, jewellery and furniture.
2/233 Bay Street, Port Melbourne 3207 Tel: 03 9676 9424
Address: 2/233 Bay Street, Port Melbourne
Phone: 03 9676 9424