We are excited to announce the launch of our 3rd hygiene poverty campaign with Unilever and Tesco – the campaign is now bigger then ever as we have been joined by three more manufacturers: Kimberly Clark, Essity, and Haleon.
Download these campaign assets to help us encourage other charitable organisations to join our network. Registered charities, schools, nurseries, youth groups, baby banks, community centres, CICs, food projects are eligible to join and access a wide range of summer and back to school products.
The summer holidays should be a time for children to look forward to, to have fun, freedom and time with friends. We believe every child should have the opportunity to play during the summer months and go back to school or start nursery equipped ready to learn, and that no one feels alone when trying to walk the ‘tightrope’.
Every person deserves to wake up and feel clean. But for millions of people in the UK living in hygiene poverty, this human right can feel more like an unattainable luxury.
You may remember back in September we ran a buy 2 donate 1 promotion in partnership with Unilever in 750 Tesco stores across the UK. The support was overwhelming, and we received a whopping 400,000 personal care products donated from the promotion.
We believe everyone should feel Warmth this Winter; whether it’s through the clothes they wear, the warmth of feeling cared for and through the wonderful feeling of gifting.
The cost-of-living crisis continues to impact more and more people across the UK, with many households having to make tough decisions whether to heat their homes, pay the rent, eat or be clean.
The crippling effect of the cost-of-living crisis is impacting charitable organisations across the UK. More and more organisations are experiencing a reduction in income compared to the start of the year.
This year we are celebrating our 25th anniversary by launching our Powered By Kind campaign.
#commUNITY is our urgent lockdown response to address the immediate needs of our network of thousands of charitable organisations, and to ensure a continuous supply of essential products.