Here you can find a list of, and links to, the donation shops of partnering charities and non-profit organisations. These shops are provided free of charge to the organisations and are filled with the items they need right now.
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Back on Track is a Manchester charity that enables disadvantaged adults to make lasting, positive changes in their lives. They work with people who are going through recovery or rehabilitation, having been through problems with homelessness, mental health, drugs and alcohol or offending.
Better Pathways is the trading name of Birmingham Industrial Therapy Association (BITA), a mental health charity and company limited by guarantee, incorporated on the 1st Feb 1963. Practices have modernised greatly since then, but our underlying belief in the rehabilitation and recovery of people with mental health problems persists.
Big Issue North is a weekly magazine sold in northern England by homeless and vulnerably housed vendors who are working, not begging. They support their vendors through a variety of ways beyond employment, including helping them with essential items, or applying for identification documents.
Central Eltham Youth Project has been helping young people, their families and the wider communities in Greater London since 1998 and on the Isle of Wight since 2010. By working in partnership with local people of all ages and backgrounds, they enable and support them to make better choices, to take control of their lives and to take advantage of
Dawson Housing provides high quality care, support and manages housing for adults with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, addiction, mental ill health, and additional support needs, giving them choice and control over how they live their lives. They believe that every individual has the right to live an independent and rewarding life while feeling safe and supported.
Greater Together Manchester is a charity working hard to reduce poverty in all its forms. They aim to build long-lasting cohesive relationships within the community. The GTM Homeless Services focuses on those people who are currently, or have previously experienced, homelessness.
Hackney Night Shelter’s vision is for a route out of homelessness for everyone who comes to them in need. They offer more than a bed and a hot meal, they provide professional and holistic support to help guests rebuild their lives and move towards a more sustainable lifestyle.
We deliver essential mental health support in Hertfordshire, providing a diverse range of services from our seven Wellbeing Centres and other venues across all ten districts of the county. Funded locally, our services are available to all residents in Hertfordshire over the age of 18 and we offer dedicated services for 10-18 year olds.
Pro Dogs Direct often take puppies and dogs that other shelters and rescues would turn away or euthanise. This means that, before they can be rehomed, many of their dogs need extra medical care and TLC. Pro Dogs Direct aim to place each dog in the best possible home, rather than simply rehoming them on a first come first served
The Social Super Market is a brand new initiative to help local residents reduce the cost of their weekly food shop, and help to prevent food waste! A weekly membership fee of just £4.00 gives you one visit to the shop each week. Then if you would like to visit more than once per week, you can – each additional
The First Step offer emotional and practical support either by telephone, face to face or in the community for men, women and families going through domestic abuse situations. Support can include advice and guidance on legal options, housing, safety planning, one to one sessions tailored to meet needs or talking to explore options. They also offer group support, The Freedom
The Outside Project is an LGBTIQ+ Community Shelter, Centre and Domestic Abuse Refuge in response to those within the LGBTIQ+ community who feel endangered, who are homeless, ‘hidden’ homeless and feel that they are on the outside of services due to historical and present prejudice in society and in their homes.
The Simon Community is a charity set up in 1963 by Anton Wallich Clifford to work with homeless people on the streets of London. It has in the past had many branches in different parts of the country including Eire and people from the Simon Community created such organisations as Cyrenians, St. Mungos and Centre Point.
The Warming Up The Homeless mission is the relief of poverty among the street homeless/rough sleepers and homeless through the provision of items to support basic needs such as sleeping bags, ground sheets, survival sheets, blankets, clothing, food and toiletries. We also aim to improve the individual’s welfare through emotional support, even if it’s just a smile or by signposting