Over the years, many supporters across the country have faithfully sent in used or collectible stamps, postcards and other items for us to sell on, raising thousands of pounds for people affected by leprosy.

Either as a church congregation/group or as individuals, these donations have been a simple way for people to get involved in the effort to make leprosy a thing of the past.

However, due to the current restrictions we are, unfortunately, unable to handle any more collectibles/stamps/postcard donations until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

If you would like to find out more information on other ways you can make leprosy a thing of the past, please get in touch.

The sale of Collectables can be a big help to transform the lives of people affected by leprosy.

By collecting the following items on our behalf you can provide help to people in desperate need.

  • Special stamps, such as rare British or foreign stamps, stamp albums, first day covers and presentation packs
  • Foreign and British coins and bank notes
  • Small antiques and collectibles, such as china figurines

You can send any of these to our office in Stirling.

Please ensure when posting your gift, that you weigh it and pay the correct postage. Or sadly, Royal Mail will charge us for underpaid items.

Please consider whether the weight makes it cost prohibitive to post. You might prefer to bring it into our office or sell the item(s) locally.

Please note all items we receive are sold to help our work. To maximise your gift, it may be necessary to divide it up, or combine it with others to sell. It is therefore sadly not always possible for us to say what an individual gift realises. But, rest assured, the sale of your gifts will help to make leprosy a thing of the past.

If you would like an acknowledgement of your gift, please include a stamped addressed envelope.

If you think you could help us to maximise the return we make on collectibles there are volunteer opportunities in our office to help sort and categorise gifts. Or why not promote the donation of collectables and antiques in your area? Could you organise their collection?