Latest News From In Kind Direct
This year's news articles are listed below. If you are looking for previous years then please use the archive. For more information or media enquiries, please contact Julie or Rachel on 020 7398 5510.
The new video highlights The Prince’s charities that are active in Responsible Business and Enterprise including In Kind Direct, which has been positively working with companies for 17 years to divert usable surplus goods to charitable causes.
Throughout June and July, In Kind Direct is running an urgent campaign for stock donations from the household consumables industry.
This Volunteers’ Week, In Kind Direct would like to say a special thank you to all of the volunteers who have made such a difference to thousands of charities working in the UK and abroad!
Staffordshire mental health charity, The Lyme Trust, has been providing accommodation and support for people with mild to moderate mental health problems since 1974. Since joining the In Kind Direct charity network in 2011, The Lyme Trust, has received over £3,000 worth of essential products used to run their services.
Trustee Speed-Recruiting is a fast-paced and fun way to meet several potential trustees in one evening. This summer the Small Charities Coalition is teaming up with partners to deliver two free events for London-based small charities.
Collaboration between In Kind Direct and Lets Get Cooking has resulted in more than 100 Let’s Get Cooking clubs receiving £107,000 worth of cooking equipment.
Ajay Kavan, Vice President, Consumables at Amazon.co.uk Ltd, has joined the board of In Kind Direct, a charity that redistributes new products donated by manufacturers and retailers to charities across the UK. Ajay’s appointment comes as the online retailer steps up its support for In Kind Direct’s work.
In Kind Direct is proud to sponsor The Directory of Social Change’s three day training event; May Fayre on 21st-23rd May 2013.
Throughout March and April, In Kind Direct is running an urgent campaign to the cookware and kitchenware industry to drive more donations of stock for distribution to charities.