Food relief for refugees and victims of natural disasters
Friends of Cancer Patients
Financial and moral support for cancer patients in the UAE
How does it work?
Get in touch
We'll send a courier to collect your electronics, from mobile devices to TVs and more
We erase & reset
All your data will be erased and electronic devices reset to factory settings
We sell & donate
Your electronics will be sold and sale proceeds transferred to the cause you support
Are there any fees for this service?
There are no fees for this service. 100% of the sale proceeds are donated to the cause you have selected.
As a platform, Melltoo charges selling fees for every successful transaction. However, these are charged to the seller and do not affect amounts donated to charity.
How can I be sure that sale proceeds are donated to the right cause?
For each charitable organization that we have partnered with, we have obtained a license from the appropriate governmental agency overseeing the charitable organization. Request a copy of licenses here. In addition, we publish quarterly reports available to the general public on amounts donated. As an individual seller, you will receive an email report after 30 and 60 days detailing the amounts donated and to which cause.
What can I donate? Can I donate broken stuff?
We currently accept new and used electronics such as smartphones, tables, computers, laptops, printers, TVs, headphones, game consoles, games etc. Yes, we accept broken electronics as they are often bought for parts. Anything we cannot sell will be properly disposed of and recycled.
We do not accept clothing or furniture.
"I really like what you do [Melltoo Impacter] as it promotes the 3 Rs: Reuse- Reduce- Recycle."
-Tatiana Antonelli Abella Founder & Managing Director at Goumbook
"I love the Impacter Program! Awesome, so good to see a company so focused on doing good while being commercial at the same time."
Board Director at Little Thinking Minds
"Great initiative love it... I have stuff I don't need but will not sell because it's only a few dirhams. Notworth the hassle. But doing it for charity, I will..."