Our mission

Founded in 1997 by HRH The Prince of Wales, In Kind Direct distributes consumer goods donated by companies to UK charities working in the UK and overseas. We work with not-for-profit organisations and companies to help ensure that everyone has access to life's essentials and that no usable product goes to waste.

Our impact

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How it works

In Kind Direct receives donated goods from companies and distributes them to UK charities working at home and overseas so they can help millions of people.

Latest News

Celebrating Small Charities Week
Celebrating Small Charities Week
Small charities are the bread and butter of British life. How can they be better supported?

Are you raising funds this month to support product giving?
Are you raising funds this month to support product giving?
Learn how to get involved with fundraising for product giving with In Kind Direct

Poverty: how to solve it
Poverty: how to solve it
What companies can do today to solve poverty
In Kind Direct wins Corporate Engagement Gold Award
In Kind Direct wins Corporate Engagement Gold Award
In Kind Direct wins the gold award for 'Best Execution' at the 2017 Corporate Engagement Awards


Is Broadband a human right?
Is Broadband a human right?
Almost 50% of British people think broadband is a ‘human right’ while 60% couldn’t live without it

Donating products for the Grenfell Tower Victims
Donating products for the Grenfell Tower Victims
How you can further support the victims of the Grenfall Tower fire through In Kind Direct's services.

Small charities – the bread and butter of British life
Small charities – the bread and butter of British life
Our CEO shares her thoughts why small charities are integral to British communities

Garments for good
Garments for good
Product donor, WoolOvers, writes blog on In Kind Direct

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