Giving World redistributes business surplus stock to communities in need.
We need your help to tackle the continuing fall out from Covid.
Just as foodbank use has risen exponentially, many thousands more now depend on our service.
We need your help now more than ever to stop generations of children from falling into disadvantage, and the unintended life long consequences of that.
Please urgently donate your surplus stock.
How it works:
We are operating as normal, within current government guidelines. If you wish to contact Giving World please do so by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are providing essential supplies across the UK for the shielded, those in isolation, and for key workers and NHS staff. Read more…
Donate your surplus stock urgently to support communities in need and those in self-isolation.
Leverage the power of surplus goods
Every year UK businesses produce £2billion worth* of surplus goods (*University of Leicester). Surplus is the natural cycle of business but what we do with it can and does make a difference, helping the most vulnerable people to significantly improve their life chances. Read how…
Inspire community action
We collaborate with a trusted network of businesses and charitable distribution partners who reach the most vulnerable people with the surplus goods from businesses, including packaged food, warm winter clothing, toiletries toys, books, cleaning materials and other household products.
Fulfil essential needs
It is impossible to overstate the impact the goods have for beneficiaries. Powerful stories of making low incomes stretch; preventing debt and high risk loans by providing household essentials like nappies and cleaning products; preventing social isolation with new clothes and shampoo.
“Because of trauma as a child I turned to drugs. So I didn’t feel that pain I used drugs to numb it. I became homeless because of the addiction… Without the new warm clothing and hygiene products I’d still be sitting in the muck… I love life right now, I love life. I’m not homeless anymore. I’m giving back…”
tonnes of CO2e emissions saved from landfill