Welcome to the Shelter Scotland’s item donation shop! Here you can browse and purchase the items that they need this month.
The team at Give Today then make sure your donation is delivered directly to their door.
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Donate exactly what is needed.
Shelter Scotland services, policy & research and campaign teams come together to create the best possible outcomes for people in housing need. They do this by providing practical support and advice to people experiencing bad housing or homelessness, by informing professionals, and by campaigning for legislative change.
Shelter Scotland do not currently need any items as their hubs are only just re-opening after lockdown. In the meanwhile, please consider donating money via the link below. Alternatively, you can donate items to other great charities in Edinburgh, or to Shelter UK by clicking the relevant location.
Many thanks for your support.
The items listed here are those currently needed by Shelter Scotland. When you purchase a donation through this store, your exact purchased item is sent directly to Shelter in Edinburgh. 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 Scotland 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 Scotland 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 Scotland at work:
Shelter Scotland make no apology for their ambition for a Scotland where everyone has a safe, affordable home. They will continue to give the Scottish Government credit for the great things in this strategy that will transform many people’s lives and improve our communities but, will not stop campaigning for a plan to end the housing emergency.