SOS Project - Trussell Trust
Working with the Trussell Trust and other pop-up emergency food banks around London, we are delivering essential toiletry and hygiene goods, which are in huge demand. Families are struggling to afford these items. With the help of our corporate contacts and our experience in mobilising the community, we are able to make this happen.
SOS Project - One Housing
Responding to an urgent request for help and support from One Housing, we are working with them, delivering clothing, bedding, toiletries, hygiene and incontinence products to their clients. We are supporting those living with mental health, older people, young people, destitute/homeless - and those recovering from drug and alcohol abuse.
SOS Project - Hillingdon Hospital
We responded to an SOS on twitter that the doctors and nurses at Mount Vernon Hospital were desperate for hand and face cream. We mobilised both the community and our corporate partners to local these specific goods. Our local Mayor and volunteer, Cllr Simon Rubner, delivered the goods himself on our behalf.
SOS Project - The Royal Free Hospital
We have been supplying goods to the Royal Free Hospital [Free] Supermarket. A fitness club for staff at the Hospital was transformed into a ‘supermarket’ distributing vital essentials to frontline workers free of charge. We received a wonderful letter of thanks from Clara Bispham, fundraiser for the Royal Free Hospital.
SOS Project - Stanmore NHS
Professor Paul Fish, the Chief Nurse & Deputy CEO of the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore, receives essential toiletries and food for front-line staff. During the pandemic, we have focused our activities to support the NHS, Food Banks, vulnerable families, senior citizens, as well as local requests and causes.
SOS Project - Metro Bank helps G4G deliver NHS Support
We are experts at mobilising both corporates and the community to help with our work.
So we were thrilled when Metro Bank approached us offering their support and help during the COVID-19 pandemic. Their teams collected, packed and delivered essential toiletries and food products to NHS front line staff.
Following the shocking explosion last week in Beirut, Lebanon, Goods For Good have been working to help support our partners on the ground deliver urgent medical aid. We need your help to make this happen and support these vulnerable people who have lost everything in a second.
Access to medicines in Lebanon was already precarious given the triple challenges of:
1. Having more refugees per capita than any other country in the world.
2. Social and Economic turmoil.
3. The Covid-19 crisis.
Now they need our help more than ever. Please donate via this link: https://goodsforgood.org.uk/donate and share our appeal to your family and friends.
Aftermath of typhoon Haiyan
In response to a lack of hand sanitising products, these over-stocked goods were donated by a London-based company and delivered to remote clinics, health hospitals, health stations and schools in Besao, Mountain Province. Together with emergency eyewash products, the products were received with great thanks.
Clothes, shoes, bedding & nappies to refugee camps
In response to the refugee crisis we continue to receive donations of clothing, boots & shoes, hygiene products, blankets & duvets from UK industry and community. We send these goods to registered aid-agencies in Kurdistan, who struggle with the desperate situation. Living in tents and appalling conditions, millions of Syrian refugees are in need of IMMEDIATE help. We now ask you for your urgent help to get the goods there, as logistics are expensive.
Hygene products, clothing and shoes for displaced communities at risk.
Over 1m displaced innocent people in Ukraine are in desperate need for clothing, shoes, and hygiene goods. They fled their homes in haste, with only the clothes on their backs and may be, a couple of light bags were all they could carry. We are working with registered Ukrainian charities who assist vulnerable, displaced elderly, infirm, single parents and children. We are successfully transporting monthly consignments of humanitarian aid into Ukraine.
SOS for dried foods
The Rosen Home in Bucharest houses feeds and lovingly cares for over seventy holocaust survivors in their recently refurbished building. Their recent request for dried foods extended beyond their doors to others in great need of nourishment. Reaching out to periphery deprived communities, the Rosen Home director shared dried foods with the neediest, The bulk food was kindly donated by Poortman UK Ltd.