Shoe Aid is working with some of the largest organisations in the UK to reduce footwear poverty. To donate items of footwear to Shoe Aid we are working with a number of businesses to provide donation boxes where you can take your old items of footwear.
Toiletries Amnesty Toiletries Amnesty works across the UK and abroad to alleviate hygiene poverty. It in September 2014. When Karen Harvey realised that too many people were living with too many spare, unwanted or unused toiletries, (including baby products), she … Read more
If you have an instrument that is gathering dust on a shelf somewhere, we know a child who can use it. Sistema England are looking for used orchestral instruments in fully playable condition – strings, woodwind, brass and percussion – … Read more
Mencap is a charity that supports people with learning disabilities, they have branches all over the country and run several fundraising initiatives. The New Forest branch of Mencap are raising money by collecting plastic bottle tops – from milk cartons and … Read more
Thames21 believe that putting healthy rivers back at the heart of community life is the key to reconnecting people with nature and each other. In today’s modern world, waterways are often overlooked or unloved by the sometimes isolated and stressed … Read more
Ross-shire Waste Action Network (RoWAN) works with communities in Ross-shire and Inverness-shire on waste awareness and waste prevention activities. We encourage and support householders, schools and businesses to reduce the amount of waste created and sent to landfill. This is achieved by: … Read more
By saving just 1kg of stamps you can help fund one hour of life-saving research! The Bone Cancer Research Trust is the charity that offers hope to people affected by primary bone cancer. Dedicated to fighting primary bone cancer they … Read more
EACH Children’s Hospice Children’s hospice care supporting families and caring for children and young people with life-threatening conditions across Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk. Offering a family-centred approach including specialist nursing care, symptom management support, short breaks, wellbeing activities, therapies … Read more
If you’re a frequent flier or do lots of business trips and don’t use your free vanity bag, why not offer them to a refuge centre or homeless shelter.