Rules for joining In Kind Direct's network
There are many ways you can use products from In Kind Direct. But, to secure the help of major companies in donating products, there are a few ways that our products can’t be used.
1. Products can’t be sold
Although many charities sell products to raise funds, our donors have provided their stock to be used only to run your organisation or give to the people you support for free.
2. Products can’t be used as prizes
Many of the products we provide are cosmetically damaged, end of life, or slight seconds. To protect the brands of our generous donors, unless specified otherwise, they can’t be used as raffle, tombola or auction prizes.
3. Product aren’t for personal use for staff, volunteers or family
The products we offer are there to help communities. Sometimes, that means using them as part of running and organising a charity or not-for-profit organisation. Sometimes, it means giving them to people in need. However, products may not be ordered for staff or family.
4. Products can’t be passed onto other organisations
The products are only for use in your own charity. This enables us to track the whereabouts of goods donated to In Kind Direct.