Donation Shops

Here you can find the list of, and links to, the donations 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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4 Community Trust

4 Community Trust serves Sandwell residents. Particularly those with children in their care. Striving to create equal opportunity for all. That shows in how the team regularly goes beyond your expectations – being generous with their time, food and resources.

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Abergele District Foodbank

Abergele Community Action is a charity which has been serving Abergele and the wider community since 2013, through affiliation to the Trussell Trust, a national network of foodbanks. They don’t think anyone in their community should have to face going hungry. That’s why Abergele District Foodbank allows people to have

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Anchor

Anchor is the largest provider of specialist housing and care for people in later life in England, transforming housing and care so more people in later life have a home where they love living.  

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Archer Project

Archer Project offer a pathway from street homelessness to a settled life. There is no one definitive journey and any pathway has to recognise individuality and personal choice.

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Arden Foodbank

Arden Foodbank was set up in 2013 and is part of the Trussell Trust national network of foodbanks. We operate out of two centres in Warwickshire. One in Studley and the other in Alcester. Each centre opens one afternoon every week. We provide three day emergency food parcels that are

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​Arrive Alive

​Arrive Alive is the UK’s only registered charity that is solely dedicated to funding lifesaving voluntary operated vehicles and equipment for Community First Responders (CFR’s).

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Aston & Nechells Foodbank

Aston & Nechells Foodbank provide emergency support for people in food crisis. Their foodbank has 3 distribution centres, in Nechells, Ward End & Aston plus a warehouse in Nechells.

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Back on Track

Back on Track enables disadvantaged adults to make lasting, positive changes. Specifically those going through recovery or rehab, homelessness, mental health, drugs & alcohol or offending.

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Barnabus

Barnabus is a Christian Homeless Charity supporting people experiencing homelessness back into independent living through their outreach, support centre & resettlement tenancy scheme.

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Basingstoke Foodbank

Our foodbank is a project founded by local churches and community groups, working together towards stopping hunger in our local area. We don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry.

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Bechange

Bechange is a charity that works with local people to help them build skills, confidence, healthy relationship and good mental and physical health. They run a community hub in the heart of Aylesham and have excellent indoor and outdoor facilities.

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Ben’s Centre

Ben’s Centre is a charity that aims to provide a safe space and an open hand to those who suffer through substance misuse and its associated barriers.

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Better Pathways

Better Pathways, a mental health charity est.1963. Practices have modernised since then, but their underlying belief in rehabilitation & recovery of people with mental health problems persists.

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Big Issue North Leeds

Around 250 people sell Big Issue North each week. Big Issue North vendors buy the magazine from one of our regional offices for £1.50 and then sell it on established pitches in towns and cities for £3. They keep the £1.50 they make on every magazine.

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Big Issue North Liverpool

Around 250 people sell Big Issue North each week. Big Issue North vendors buy the magazine from one of our regional offices for £1.50 and then sell it on established pitches in towns and cities for £3. They keep the £1.50 they make on every magazine.

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Big Issue North Manchester

Around 250 people sell Big Issue North each week. Big Issue North vendors buy the magazine from one of our regional offices for £1.50 and then sell it on established pitches in towns and cities for £3. They keep the £1.50 they make on every magazine.

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Big Issue North Sheffield

Welcome to the Big Issue North Sheffield 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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Boaz Trust

Boaz Trust is a Christian charity serving destitute asylum seekers and refugees in Greater Manchester. They provide accommodation, food, advocacy and support.

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Booth Centre

The Booth Centre is a community centre run with people affected by homelessness. The Centre provides a warm welcome, an opportunity to belong, to gain a purpose and rebuild lives.

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Borderlands

Borderlands works with people seeking asylum in the UK & refugees from other countries, including people who’ve been trafficked, supporting refugees & asylum seekers since 2011.

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Bournemouth Foodbank

Bournemouth Foodbank believe everyone deserves a safety net, & that’s why they provide help when needed. A friendly & non-judgmental place where vulnerable people can turn for support.

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Brecon Foodbank

The Foodbank meets in the hall of the St. John’s Centre. Clients can come & discuss their needs in a warm, confidential environment. They can have a drink & a biscuit while their food bags are packed, and even receive further advice from other agencies attending the session.

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Bristol Soup Run Trust

Bristol Soup Run Trust coordinates a homeless outreach service in Bristol city centre, every night of the year.  Their teams provide food, drink and other essential supplies, free of charge, to homeless people and others in need on the streets of Bristol.  Their teams also help to signpost people to

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Burngreave Foodbank

Burngreave foodbank is a project which was founded by the Rock Christian Centre, a local church in Burngreave, in 2012. They work together with other churches & community groups.

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Cardiff Foodbank

Pwrpas y tudalen yma ydy rhoi gwybodaeth am weithgareddau Banc Bwyd Caerdydd. Rydyn ni’n darparu bwyd i bobl yng Nghaerdydd sy’n wynebu argyfwng ariannol. Mae’r parseli bwyd brys gyda digon o fwyd i bara rhwng 3 a 5 dydd

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Caring In Bristol

Bristol Goods is a food-led service for people at risk of homelessness. For a small membership fee, their pop-up community food clubs provide nutritious food enabling members’ weekly budget to go further. The positive impact of good food is enhanced by the advice and support that Bristol Goods provides. Trained

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Centrepoint Barnsley

Centrepoint Barnsley work with the local authority & partners to provide support accommodation. Along with a safe place to stay, their services offer technical & practical support.

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Centrepoint Manchester

Young people sleeping rough is a shocking and increasingly visible problem in Manchester. Sadly, youth homelessness runs even deeper than having to spend nights on the street.

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Centrepoint Sunderland

Homeless young people in Sunderland come from a complex web of disadvantage. Benefit cuts, family breakdown & a lack of job opportunities are all factors to homelessness here.

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Changing Lives

Changing Lives are a UK charity providing specialist support services for vulnerable people & their families. They support people to make positive, lasting changes in their lives.

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Clarendon Foodbank

The Clarendon food bank is a @weareemmanuel initiative, part of the Trussell Trust network offering three days worth of nutritious food. Working to support Local individuals and families. Referral needed from Trussell Trust partnered organisations.

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Clevedon & District Foodbank

Please come along to your local foodbank with your voucher. If you don’t have a voucher please call The Help Through Hardship free phone number on 0808 208 2138 (Open Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm.)

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Clock Tower Sanctuary

Clock Tower Sanctuary provide a space for 16-to-25-year olds who are homeless where they can feel safe and ‘just be’, whilst also getting access to services and support.

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Coffee4Craig

Coffee4Craig support and work towards to eradication of homelessness. They aim to raise awareness, work in partnership with others and allow the most vulnerable a voice.

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Compassion Acts

Compassion acts pride themselves on being close to their local communities, understanding people’s needs and being reactive to them; whilst also taking a strategic approach as they work towards bigger long-term goals including the end to the need for foodbanks.

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Don’t Walk Past

Don’t Walk Past is a non-profitable organisation that feed and water the homeless in Manchester City Centre Monday – Friday evenings, by dedicated volunteers doing outreach.

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Droitwich Spa Foodbank

Droitwich Spa Foodbank, part of the Trussell Trust, has over 70 volunteers who help sort and distribute food to those in need. The Foodbank is having to purchase food to meet demand so any donation via Give Today is greatly appreciated.

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Edinburgh School Uniform Bank

Edinburgh School Uniform Bank believes that every child deserves to look and feel smart at school, to feel that they belong, and to avoid the negative effects of hardship on their wellbeing and education. They provide Clothing Crisis Packs on a referral-only basis for those who are in crisis and

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Emmeline’s Pantry

Emmeline’s Pantry is led by a dedicated group of women and supporters who started out in a hallway, providing clothes to women. They are constantly expanding and nearly ten years on their foodbank now provides food, clothes, toiletries and baby items to women in need and their families.

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Epping Forest Foodbank

We don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry. We provide nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are in times of crisis. We are part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust, working to combat poverty and hunger

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Farnworth & Kearsley Foodbank

This foodbank is run in partnership with local churches, facilitated by Farnworth Baptist Church. It provides three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to them in crisis.

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Flintshire Foodbank

Seeded by the Trussell Trust, Flintshire Foodbank exists to offer emergency food to individuals and families in crisis by supplying enough food for 3/4 days, and signposting those in need to appropriate agencies.

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Food For All

Food For All is an entirely volunteer-run food relief charity in central London, which provides thousands of hot, nutritious meals every day to vulnerable people from all backgrounds.

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Friends of Isaac’s Food Bank

This CIC all started from the hopes, imagination, dreams and the vision of one amazing young boy. Isaac started out in November 2020 with a tiny pop-up greenhouse on our driveway, having the idea to help people in need through Christmas.

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Hackney Foodbank

Hackney Foodbank is aiming to achieve no less than a hunger-free Hackney, where everyone can afford to eat. We support people who are in crisis with compassion and dignity.

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Hackney Night Shelter

Hackney Night Shelter’s vision is for a route out of homelessness for everyone visiting them. Offering more than a bed & hot meal, they provide professional & holistic support.

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Handsworth Foodbank

Handsworth Foodbank works in partnership with local churches, charities, statutory & non-statutory organisations & agencies to provide emergency food for local people in crisis.

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Hatfield Foodbank

Hatfield Foodbank was set up by Gracemead Church, King’s Community Church & Kingdom Light Centre. They are a welcoming place for local people in crisis to receive food & support.

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Highbridge Area Foodbank

This foodbank is run in partnership with local churches, facilitated by Highbridge Area Foodbank. Village Agents are available for help and advice on a Tuesday at their Burnham Foodbank session.

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Hillingdon Foodbank

Hillingdon Foodbank provides short term & emergency food to families going through difficult times & crises. Built on Compassion, Integrity & commitment to restore dignity.

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HOPE Project

Halton Moor and Osmondthorpe Project for Elders (HOPE) is a long established and successful community-based organisation. They work on behalf of people aged 60+, and carers.

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Hope Projects

With 13 houses around Birmingham and the Black Country, Hope offers a roof over your head, money for food and essentials and the legal advice and representation you need to overturn flawed refusals of asylum.

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Humans MCR

Humans MCR work around food poverty seeks to give respect, health, dignity & hope to people via short and long-term solutions that tackle food insecurity faced in Greater Manchester.

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inHope

inHope are there for those who need them most; those with life-disrupting problems such as homelessness and addiction, to help them achieve healthy and independent lives.

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Kentish Town Foodbank

Chalk Farm Foodbank started with Revelation Church asking the question, what is needed in their community? and if they were to close their doors would they have made a difference? That was 10 years ago and since then the Foodbank has partnered with a variety of local community groups and

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Kingston Foodbank

Kingston Foodbank is a project founded by local churches and community groups, who are all working together towards stopping hunger in their local area.

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Leeds North & West Foodbank

Leeds North & West foodbank is a project founded by local churches and community groups, working together towards stopping hunger in their local area. Founded in Moortown in 2013, they currently  have 7 foodbank centres open to clients across North and West Leeds and are running deliveries twice a week

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Leeds Women’s Aid

Leeds Women’s Aid (LWA) is an independent charity. Their mission is to protect women and families from the damage that Domestic Violence & Abuse can inflict on their lives.

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Let’s Feed Brum

Let’s Feed Brum provides essential supplies & friendship to those living on the streets, helping start conversations & signpost services helping tackle the homelessness issue.

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Lewisham Foodbank

Lewisham Foodbank has been operating since October 2012. Their warehouse and team office is located in Forest Hill, and serves their five client centres in Catford, Deptford, Downham, Forest Hill and Lewisham centre. Lewisham Foodbank have six members of staff: Sarah Vitty: Project Manager Glenn Elliott/Keith Rosson: Warehouse & Logistics

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Lifeshare

Lifeshare is a charity in Manchester & Salford established to break the cycle of homelessness, offending behaviour, reduce harm, & promote health of those who are homeless, vulnerable, or marginalized.

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Linbee Dog Rehoming

Linbee Dog Rehoming are saving pound dogs, one life at a time – and finding sofas for retired greyhounds… It’s all about the dogs! They believe that every dog deserves a chance.

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Lincoln Foodbank

Lincoln foodbank is a project founded by local churches and community groups, working together towards stopping hunger in their local area. Lincoln Foodbank can provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people.

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London Met Uni

London Met University and Students’ Union are working together to provide support for any student experiencing emergency food hardship. Sometimes things don’t go as planned in life and we want students to know that we’re here for them no matter what. Our amazing community of staff and students can use

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Loughborough Foodbank

Loughborough Foodbank don’t think anyone should have to face going hungry. That’s why they provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food & support to local people.

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Maggs Day Centre

Maggs Day Centre provide the basics, a lifeline to help people survive the worst that life throws at them. They are committed to helping and mentoring those who are ready to make changes.

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Manchester South Central Foodbank

Bridging the Gap (Manchester) is a registered Charity (Charity number 1170952). Their Board of Trustees is made up of a strong leadership team with a wealth of knowledge and understanding of the voluntary sector and expertise in health, social housing, community development and positive activism.

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MASH

MASH works with female sex workers to promote sexual health, wellbeing & personal safety whilst offering choice, support & empowerment to promote individual positive life changes.

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Mind BLMK

Mind BLMK works across to support positive mental health and wellbeing. They work closely with a range of partners & offer a number of activities from wellbeing centres & venues.

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Morecambe Bay Foodbank

Morecambe Bay Foodbank is a project founded by local churches and community groups in 2012, working together towards stopping hunger in our local area. It began life at the GYM Church on Green Street in Morecambe and has now moved to Anchor Building, Westgate in Morecambe. They receive and distribute

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Mustard Tree

Mustard Tree believe everyone should be able to feed themselves & their family, live in a secure home, be healthy, find meaningful work & have the chance to discover their talents.

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New Horizon Youth Centre

New Horizon Youth Centre provides young Londoners experiencing homelessness personalised support to give their potential a home. NH Youth Centre find young Londoners somewhere safe to stay in the short term while they find somewhere to call home in the long term.

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Oldham Foodbank

Oldham Food bank is a collaboration of local churches and community groups of all denominations, faiths and none, working together towards stopping hunger in our local area.

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People in Action

People in Action are a charity based in Leeds, West Yorkshire, supporting learning disabled and autistic people. They have been around since 1982 working with learning disabled and autistic people to support happy, healthy and independent lives.

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Pro Dogs Direct

Pro Dogs Direct take puppies & dogs other shelters & rescues would turn away or euthanise. This means that, before they can be rehomed, many of their dogs need extra medical care.

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Reach Out to the Community

Reach Out to the Community is an initiative to offer support to people struggling with the most basic of needs: food & shelter. Awarded Be Proud Manchester – Business in the Community.

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Redbridge Foodbank

Redbridge Foodbank are a Christian organisation motivated by Jesus’ teaching on poverty and injustice. They operate according to Christian principles of compassion, honesty, integrity, openness, kindness and care of all people, regardless of backgrounds or beliefs. They believe in turning faith into practical action, living out God’s love for the

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Refugees Welcome Crawley

Refugees Welcome Crawley are a registered charity based in Crawley welcoming & supporting refugees, asylum seekers or vulnerable migrants who need help to cope in a new country.

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Salford Foodbank

Salford foodbank is a project that was founded by Christ Central Manchester church in 2012, but is now a charity in it’s own right. It is supported by local churches, businesses and the community, working together towards minimising hunger in our local area. Salford foodbank has a small management team

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Selby Food Hub

Selby Trust manages community facilities such as the Selby Centre which brings together a rich mix of individuals and organisations, primarily from BME, refugee and other historically excluded communities in Tottenham, Haringey, North London and beyond.

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Shelter Birmingham

Shelter Birmingham offers practical & emotional support for families settling into new accommodation after homelessness. Help with benefits, accessing childcare & obtaining tools.

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Shelter Greater Manchester

Shelter Greater Manchester offers free advice & support to anyone who is homeless, in housing need or has a housing-related problem. Shelter helps thousands of individuals and families.

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Shelter Scotland

Shelter Scotland create the best possible outcomes for people in housing need. They do this by providing practical support & advice to people experiencing bad housing or homelessness.

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