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More Benefits for our Charitable Network

We are currently offering the following additional benefits to help our network of charitable organisations access more products and services with significant savings. From office supplies to training courses, we’ve got you covered.

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Summer of Play 2023: Campaign Impact

This summer, In Kind Direct, in partnership with Save the Children worked with a range of organisations to support children and families during the summer holidays and back-to-school period with the products, activities and ideas they need to play, learn and live well.  

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Get Online Week

Get Online Week, the UK’s largest digital inclusion campaign powered by digital inclusion charity, Good Things Foundation, is taking place 16th-22nd October.

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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Hygiene Poverty is Not a Choice

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.

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Not a Choice Campaign Assets

Millions of adults are experiencing hygiene poverty in the UK right now. We see this in our community. We’re supporting more and more people who are being faced with the impossible decision to eat, heat or keep clean. 

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Not a Choice Campaign – Educational Resources

What is hygiene poverty? Hygiene poverty is not being able to afford everyday personal hygiene products many of us take for granted Many people experiencing hygiene poverty face the impossible choice to heat, eat or keep clean.

End Digital Poverty Day

This 12th September is the first End Digital Poverty Day. Charlotte, our Partnerships & Impact Director shares what we’re doing and why it’s about equal opportunities for all. 

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The Human Right to Hygiene One Year On

Last year, we published our landmark, Human Right to Hygiene report which mapped the systems that drive hygiene poverty and outlined a set of clear steps to tackle hygiene poverty in a Roadmap for Change.  One year later, we wanted to share how we’ve worked to tackle hygiene poverty, the impact we’ve had to-date, and our next steps along our Roadmap for Change.