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Working with carex

Since the beginning of 2020, Carex and PZ Cussons have donated over 750,000 hand wash products to In Kind Direct – which is enough to wash the hands of 37 million people! Together, we are working to fight hygiene poverty in the UK and enable communities to thrive.

Refer a friend

Do you know of other charities, community centres, schools or foodbanks in your area who would benefit from being in our network?

Christmas with kindness

Across the country, households and local communities alike were all facing a very different Christmas during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Celebrating our partnership with P&G

Since 2001, In Kind Direct has worked in partnership with P&G – one of the world’s largest consumer goods companies who are home to iconic, trusted brands such as Fairy, Pampers and Gillette, that make life a little bit easier in small but meaningful ways.

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*.

#BackTo

So many community spaces and hubs have had to close their doors or significantly reduce their service during the last pandemic. These spaces are pillars in the community for many; providing somewhere clean, safe and warm for people to meet without judgement

Products in a pandemic report

When you face a crisis, you know who your true friends are and it’s thanks to our friends – charities,
companies and funders –that we have been able to dramatically scale up our
response to huge increases in demand

#SummerOfPlay

This summer we’re launching our #commUNITY campaign, which is all about uniting companies and communities to get back to the things they love. In our recent charitable network survey, 77% of respondents reported seeing a decline in the mental health and wellbeing of children and adults