What, you need more reasons? Ok!
Don't just take our word for it - read other freeglers' stories...
You might not want something - but someone else might. How would you find out? Offer it up on Freegle!
Same thing - you might not, but someone else might. Have a look.
Freegle originally grew out of Freecycle, but we've developed in different ways. So what are the differences?
You can use both - but we think you'll enjoy freegling more.
Gumtree does have a freebies section, but it's mostly about selling. We're not in it to make a profit (we're a charity) so we're all about helping people to give and get things for free.
You could - and if you need the money, go for it. But it's quite a hassle to do that, and then you have to post it off. Plus people are quite picky about what they're paying for.
Most Freegle groups are on trash nothing - so you can use them from there if you like.
Charity shops are great - they help charities raise funds they need. But you don't always know what will sell and what won't, and there are some things they won't take.