In Kind Direct connects socially conscious companies and charitable organisations working alongside local communities. For 23 years and counting, In Kind Direct has strived for innovation and collaboration to achieve this goal. Our Manifesto embeds these values within our ethos and operating model.
As a charity with #ProductGiving at its heart, the Manifesto is central to everything we do to support charitable organisations working in the front line, tackling a wide range of social issues.
As CEOs of the world’s largest companies, politicians and change-makers meet this week in Davos, they are acutely aware that this new decade is absolutely critical in determining what the future of our planet will be.
2020 is here and it’s the perfect time to reflect on the achievements of last year and highlight what we plan to deliver in the months ahead.
AmazonSmile’s spotlight charity initiative is a simple solution to easily donate and help your favourite causes and charities.
A leading charity CEO has warned that companies are being forced to stockpile products they would normally donate to charity due to Brexit uncertainty
Almost three-quarters of the charities surveyed said the products they are able to source from In Kind Direct has meant they could simply keep going.
More than half of Brits (52%) say they would feel disappointed if they knew that a business wasn’t giving its surplus stock to charity for people in need
Our #ThrowawayJanuary campaign has sparked numerous social media conversations since making the news, particularly from In Kind Direct’s donor companies, each one referred to as an #IKDPioneer
Baron’s Court Project regularly orders toiletries and cleaning products from In Kind Direct for their beneficiaries, who include rough sleepers.