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Uber is picking up donations for free tomorrow to support child refugees

Isabelle Aron

Last week, we brought you seven ways Londoners can help with the refugee crisis – and now we've got one more. Tomorrow, on-demand car service Uber is teaming up with Save The Children to collect any items Londoners can donate between noon and 8pm. Arranging the pick-up is totally free and Uber drivers will then deliver the items to Save The Children shops across the country. You can donate unwanted clothes, books, homeware, toys, music and films, and all the proceeds from sales will go towards funding the charity's child refugee crisis appeal. So get raiding your wardrobes and once you've got your donations bagged up and ready to go, open up the Uber app tomorrow between noon and 8pm, select the 'giving' option and request a car.

Across London, September 9, noon-8pm. 

Here are seven ways Londoners can help with the refugee crisis.

Sign the Independent's petition demanding Britain takes its fair share of refugees

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