We believe that in someone's hour of need, your support can be the most powerful force for positive change. While this Winter we continue our commitment to delivering everyday essentials such as nappies, period products, toiletries, warm coats, and clothing, our #TwelveGiftOfKindness campaign introduces the gifts that go beyond the material. When you donate £10 you’re not just helping us deliver a box containing crucial items such as blankets, bedding, and essential clothing and footwear, you’re also delivering an invaluable gift for those who need it most, providing comfort, hope, and a renewed sense of purpose.
As the world witnesses the distressing events unfolding in the Middle East, Goods For Good has been collaborating with our partners to assess the immediate needs of those affected and to determine the most effective ways we can provide support during this hour of need.
In a remarkable collaboration Goods For Good and UK wealth management company St James's Place are making strides to empower individuals on their journey back to work. Having generously initiated a workwear donation drive, St James's Place is inviting colleagues to a three-day event which aims to provide those in need with the professional attire they require to make a positive impression during interviews and, ultimately, secure employment.
The recent earthquake in Morocco has left many without shelter, and as the temperatures drop, the situation becomes increasingly dire. We are working tirelessly to provide essential relief in the form of tents to those seeking refuge in the recently set-up refugee camp.
Growing up in poverty means facing a myriad of challenges that threaten a child’s well-being, education, and future opportunities. In the UK alone, the stark reality of poverty casts a long shadow over the lives of nearly five million children. These children find themselves trapped in a cycle of deprivation, where access to basic necessities and a stable environment are often luxuries.
Amidst the backdrop of financial strain, the annual ritual of purchasing school uniforms has become an added hardship for many parents in the UK. In a nation where child poverty rates are unsettlingly high, the struggle to make ends meet has intensified, leaving many parents anxious about providing their children with the essentials they need for a successful academic year.
Goods for Good is today announcing a new campaign to urge people to donate goods to our eBay shop, to help us raise funds and keep our vital work going. The initiative, Labels For Good, is being set up in response to an overwhelming need for our services and as a way to contribute to sustainability efforts in fashion.
Humans in the Extreme is the new book from Hertfordshire based author and psychotherapist, JA Hind. The book, which was released earlier this month, has its official launch is this evening. Jane is kindly donating all proceeds of the book to Goods For Good.
We are collecting goods for those affected by the conflict in Ukraine and the Türkiye-Syria Earthquake. Due to strict border regulations we can only accept pre-identified items, so please consult our list before donating.
Goods For Good staff and Board of Trustees are working in partnership with our charity partner HRIF to identify the needs of those affected by the catastrophic Türkiye-Syria earthquake. The death toll is currently reported to be 33,000 and expected to rise. Find our more about how you can support us.