Prams For Good

In 2021 we worked with pushchair brand, Didofy, who spearheaded the campaign and media partners MadeForMums, Dadsnet and Nursery Online to help families in need across the UK and overseas by matching them with pre-loved prams and pushchairs.

The cost of a prams is unattainable for millions of families in the UK and yet so many unwanted prams, in good condition, either end up in landfill or stuck in the loft. The situation has been made worse by the pandemic and cost of living crisis. Refugees and asylum seekers who arrive in the UK, in just the clothes they stand up in, also need support for their babies and children.

Through the Prams For Good initiative, Goods For Good took back pushchairs that are in good condition, so they could be checked and sent to families in need. The aim was two-fold; help families in need who don't have the means or access to a pram, and reduce landfill by recycling the prams that have life in them yet and can be given to a new home.

How you can help

Whilst we are no longer have capacity to accept pushchairs, there are a number of ways you can support us.

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We're looking to build long-term partnerships so that together we can make a significant impact to the lives of people who need our support. By joining our Humanitarian Partnership and becoming a Goods For Good Aid Partner, you will be helping us source, store and deliver vital goods to those affected by war, conflict, natural disaster or those living in poverty. 

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