Impact Report 2021
When we released the first edition of this report last year there was a feeling that the worst was over. Little did we know that another year on, Covid-19 would still be dominating our professional and personal lives.
This short report provides an update on what In Kind Direct has achieved with our charity network, corporate partners and supporters since the pandemic started in March 2020.
Over the last year and a half, we have seen the very best of our sector. It’s no exaggeration to say that it is thanks to the resilience, compassion and creativity of our charitable network that the impact of the pandemic has not been worse. I’m proud that we have been able to play our part; dramatically scaling up our service to provide more essential products to keep people safe and well.
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Our new report maps the systems behind hygiene poverty, and crucially, outlines a Roadmap to Change with concrete steps we can take to help end hygiene poverty. Every person deserves to feel clean. But for those forced to make the daily decision whether to heat, eat or be clean, this human right is simply beyond their reach.Read more
The crippling effect of the cost-of-living crisis is impacting charitable organisations across the UK. More and more organisations are experiencing a reduction in income compared to the start of the year.Read more
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!Read more