Age UK Solihull established an eBay shop in 2012 to help contribute to raising funds to provide services to local older people in Solihull, through the sale of donated items. The Age UK Solihull eBay Shop is your favourite Charity Shop that can be accessed from anywhere in the world.
eBay is an online auction site that allows anyone from anywhere in the world to bid for an item they see on our eBay website. Whether you're clearing out your clutter, or you enjoy buying and selling items on eBay, it is now easier than ever to help support Age UK Solihull.
What we sell
The Age UK Solihull eBay Shop sells all sorts of items all over the world! Anything from games consoles to bank notes to lawnmowers to wedding dresses, have been sold on our site, and all sales have helped to raise funds for Age UK Solihull and its services.
Items that have sold well for us on eBay include:
- Bank Notes and Coins
- Pottery, China and Porcelain
- Jewellery & Watches
- Military Items such as medals, helmets, uniforms etc.
- Vintage and Retro Items
We have also sold:
- Toys and Games
- Electrical Items
- Garden Ornaments and Tools
Become a Community Seller
If you fancy earning a bit of cash, you can sell your item yourself, and donate between 10% and 100% of the item’s final selling price to Age UK Solihull. In doing you will save money on listing fees relative to the amount of the sale you have donated to us.
To find out more about becoming a Community Seller please watch the video below.
If you have an item you think may be suitable to sell on eBay please drop it into one of our three charity shops between Monday and Saturday, or take it directly to our eBay Shop in Marston Green via prior arrangement with our eBay Co-ordinator.
Unfortunately we are unable to collect larger items such as furniture. Please contact our eBay Shop for more information about donating larger items.
Do you have an eye for antiques? Do you have experience of using eBay? We need you!!
Currently our eBay Shop is looking for volunteers. For more information please contact our Volunteer Co-ordinator, Sue Webb on 0121 704 7843 or email firstname.lastname@example.org