We are always grateful for donations of useful items that will help people in our services. Unfortunately we are not able to accept donations of second-hand electrical items, sofas without fire safety labels, sleeping bags, double bedding sets, double duvets or mattresses.
Good quality ladies and gents clothing is always very welcome – including trousers, shirts, jumpers, coats, waterproofs, T-shirts, socks, shoes and underwear.
At this time of year, we also need hats, gloves and scarves to help people keep the cold at bay.
Food items are really useful to us, however we cannot always take large quantities of fresh produce as we can’t always distribute it quickly enough to our services. We also receive a lot of fresh produce through FareShare and donations of fresh foods from local supermarkets every week. However we do welcome the following food items:
Tinned foods – soup, fish, vegetables, ready meals
Dried foods – pasta, rice, cereals, sugar, sauces and salad dressings
Drinks – tea, coffee, hot chocolate, fruit squash, fruit juices, long-life milk
Other food items that help people prepare a meal – cooking oils, herbs & spices, stock cubes, condiments
We also need snack meals that can be made in a mug – such as cup-a-soups, mug-shots and pot noodles
Household Goods & Items
Donations of items such as crockery, saucepans, cutlery, cooking utensils, tea towels and hand towels are very welcome.
We also need goods such as washing powder, washing up liquid, toilet roll and cleaning materials.
Donated items can be delivered to:
Southampton Street Intensive Service/Hostel
10 Southampton Street
(This service is 24/7 so donations can be dropped off at any time)
Homeless Day Service
Monday – Friday: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Saturday – Sunday: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm