2020 is here and it’s the perfect time to reflect on the achievements of last year and highlight what we plan to deliver in the months ahead.
AmazonSmile’s spotlight charity initiative is a simple solution to easily donate and help your favourite causes and charities.
A leading charity CEO has warned that companies are being forced to stockpile products they would normally donate to charity due to Brexit uncertainty
Almost three-quarters of the charities surveyed said the products they are able to source from In Kind Direct has meant they could simply keep going.
More than half of Brits (52%) say they would feel disappointed if they knew that a business wasn’t giving its surplus stock to charity for people in need
ReBOUND: Returns Revolution Conference Former CEO Robin Boles, LVO, speaks at the Returns Revolution ReBound Conference at London’s Skyloft on 2nd October 2018 For those of you who don’t know us, In Kind Direct is a charity founded in 1996 by HRH The Prince of Wales. We make surplus consumer goods donated by manufacturers and […]
The impact product giving can make on communities 08/05/2018 In Kind Direct has worked to ensure that everyone has access to life’s essentials and that no usable product goes to waste since 1996. Over the last 22 years, we’ve seen demand for our service increase month on month, with an average of 100 new charities […]
New partnership with Outdoor Industries Association Donating surplus in a bid to tackle waste and deliver high social impact. 13/02/2018 Outerwear, walking shoes and sports accessories are in high demand from our charity network and can be difficult to access as retailers and manufacturers have various alternative routes to clear their surplus. Our brand new […]
The healing power of baking National Baking Week 16/10/2017 This week is National Baking Week and we are delighted that Miranda Gore Browne, a finalist on the first series of BBC2’s The Great British Bake Off and now a well respected cookery writer, has very kindly written a blog for us about the joy of […]
Small charities are the bread and butter of British life. They are physically rooted and culturally embedded in communities, often engaging with local problems and the people hardest to reach. In Kind Direct works with thousands of the smallest charities across the UK: from hamlet community halls to local hospital charity units, they cover a […]