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Office Depot affiliate scheme

Charitable organisations registered with In Kind Direct can enjoy amazing savings on their workplace products thanks to our partnership with Office Depot – offering huge savings on RRP on thousands of products

Norfolk Clubhouse

Norfolk Clubhouse is a charitable social enterprise operating in the Norfolk area that supports adults living with mental health difficulties. They creatively involve their community in projects that enable them to be more sustainable, such as reusing In Kind Direct delivery packaging in craft activities.

End Hygiene Poverty

There are 9 million people currently experiencing hygiene poverty in the UK.  Help us end hygiene poverty by donating today.

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Meet our Policy and Research Team!

Celeste and Katie from our Policy and Research Team explain the brand new research we’ve recently launched and our advocacy strategy for 2024.

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Easy ways to track your DPD deliveries

Most of the boxes of products we send to you are delivered by DPD.  There are some brilliant features on their new website designed to keep you informed about the progress of your delivery and help you save delivery preferences. 

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What you told us

662 of you kindly took the time to respond to our January Impact Survey, telling us what products mean for your organisation and the people you support and what you most need. Read more to find out key insights.

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Riverside Advice

Riverside Advice is a Welfare Rights organisation in Cardiff. They have cleverly integrated product-giving into the advice and information on energy, welfare benefits, debt and housing they receive funding from the British Gas Energy Trust (BGET) to deliver.

The State of Period Equity in the UK

Through surveys and interviews, our research brings together the opinions and experiences of more than 5,000 people across the UK to reveal lifelong cycles of exclusion caused by period inequity, starting at school, continuing into the workplace and beyond.