Welcome to Shelter’s item donation hub! Give Today partners with Shelter organisations across the UK. You can navigate to your relevant Shelter donation shop by selecting your chosen location below. Donations purchased through these shops will be sent directly to the Shelter location you selected.
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Donate exactly what is needed.
Shelter are the leading source of housing advice in the country and they want to provide a service which gives the best advice to all who need it.
The items listed here are those currently needed by Shelter. When you purchase a donation through this store, your exact purchased item is sent directly to Shelter in Manchester. They can then distribute or use the donated items as required within their locations, making a real, tangible difference to someone’s life. It also means that Shelter don’t have to spend money donations on items, and can instead use it for those things only money can buy.
There is no minimum order size, and all items include free delivery.
Shelter don’t pay for their shop below, and Give Today use just £0.50 of the item prices below to cover transaction costs and price fluctuations from suppliers. Give Today does not profit from the sale of any items on the website.
Shelter at work:
A home is a fundamental human need and a basic moral right, as vital as education or healthcare. But in Britain today, that right is being denied to millions of people whose lives are blighted by homelessness, bad conditions, soaring rents, discrimination and the threat of eviction. Shelter’s strategy sets out to be a turning point, an ambitious and fearless response to what has become a national emergency. Everything they do aims to defend the right to a safe home. Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through our advice, support and legal services. They campaign to make sure that, one day, no one will have to use Shelter again.
Shelter’s advice and support services across the UK give people one-to-one, personalised help with all of their housing issues.
Specialist Advice Service:
Housing and welfare benefit advice delivered face to face in advice centres, via outreach work or by phone. Can encompass early intervention, multiagency working and embedded staff.
Housing Support Service:
Intensive support (and assistance into accommodation) for those with a history of entrenched rough sleeping and multiple and complex needs.
Community Organising is the work of bringing people together to identify and find solutions to important local issues. Community organisers reach out, listen, connect and motivate people to build their collective power.
Entrenched Rough Sleepers Service Social Impact Bond:
Person-centred, wrap around support to help rough sleepers find a home and address any other personal challenges. Part of Greater Manchester’s commitment to ending rough sleeping.
Legal Advice Service:
Legal advice available by telephone, email or face to face, including legal aid, representation in court and claims against landlords.