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Signposts to funding

We understand that funding to run your vital support services remains a big concern for many, and we want to support wherever we can

Winter resources

As we start to move into winter, and the weather gets colder, we know you will continue to be valuable sources of warmth and support to your communities.  To help you with this, we’ve rounded up these cold-weather related information and resources for you.

Maximising the good from businesses

We are working in partnership with Business In The Community (BITC) to maximise the good that businesses can do in supporting communities.    

The LEGO Group treat London kids to their “best day ever!”

The LEGO Group arranged for two organisations from our charitable network, H.O.P.E. at Morningside and Stow Residents, to bring 80 children, parents and carers to a private event at their flagship store in Leicester Square, London for an afternoon of play, fun and imagination!

Show your Value for Money to funders

Last year every £1 that you spent on items unlocked £10.50 in value. Collectively, we estimate that we were able to unlock a total £27m across our charitable network.  You’ve told us that with the money you save you can help more people and improve your existing services and activities.

We want to celebrate you!

As part of our 25th anniversary celebrations we have launched our Powered By Kind campaign. Our ambition is to unlock even more key essential products and welcome more organisations so that we can support even more people together.  

5 Simple SEO tricks

SEO literally stands for Search Engine Optimism.  Simply put – it’s what gets your site seen by the maximum number of potential users.  Increasing your traffic and getting your charity’s name out there!

Alleviating hygiene poverty together

We carried out a survey with YouGov last month to understand more about social issues in GB. It revealed that 16% of 18-24 years olds have been left no choice but to forego hygiene products due to budget restraints and 50% reported dental care products (toothbrushes and toothpaste) are most important to their self-esteem and confidence*.