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“We are delighted we can make use of  our end of ranges, samples and split case goods through Giving World Online," Anthony Wagman, Chief Executive, Quest Personal Care Global Ltd.

 

"It's great to see the range of projects we have helped through Giving World Online and how much difference it makes," Gary Bates, Managing Director, Serif (Europe) Ltd.

 

"We are pleased that by donating this furniture to Giving World Online we are helping good causes and preventing landfill," Hilary Fryer, Charnwood Borough Council Cabinet Member for the Environment.

 

“This helps both businesses and communities and is an excellent and unique concept,” Martin Traynor, Chief Executive, Leicestershire Chamber of Commerce.

 

“Think of Giving World Online as a sort of dot.com dating agency; a marriage bureau that matches the needy with the givey to create relationships made in recycling heaven,” Leicester Mercury.

What we do

Every day millions of people and families struggle to afford basic life essentials like food, clothing and toiletries. At 29%, the UK has the worst child poverty rate in the industrialised world.

Each year UK businesses produce £2.34 billion worth of surplus goods*. These brand new, unopened items will often end in landfill.

*University of Leicester, 2013.

Giving World Online offers a solution for busy companies that do not have the time or resources to find people that could benefit from their surplus goods, while cutting down on storage, transportation and landfill costs.

Our free* service allows organisations to redirect surplus goods into the lives of vulnerable and isolated people, working through a network of bona fide charities and community groups.

It is impossible to overstate the impact the goods have on our beneficiaries. We have powerful stories to tell of making low incomes stretch; preventing debt and high risk loans by providing household essentials like nappies and cleaning products; preventing social isolation by providing new clothes and shampoo and by simply being there right at the time of crisis.

 

 

*The only thing that the recipient charities have to pay is transport/postal costs.

 

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