Donations in-kind (Goods, Services and Equipments)

Human and natural disasters, political and civil unrest often bring out the best in people to rise to unprecedented challenges in donating goods, services and equipments for people in need. Our social and charitable obligation of relief in these times are based on people’s innovation and excellence and recognition of the possibility of crossing new frontiers which involves significant risks as well as major opportunities.

Natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods, and earthquakes often ignite an outpouring of generosity from individuals and communities like you who are moved to assist those whose lives have been affected. Images and news of devastation prompt many to respond by donating goods, services and equipments to people in need.

Human, political and civil unrest disasters often create –

Deprivation – defined as unmet basic human needs;

Poverty – defined as deprivation due to a lack of resources, both material and non-material, e.g. income, housing, health, education and knowledge.

Social exclusion – defined as being unable to participate in society because of a lack of resources that are normally available to the general population. It can refer to both individuals, and communities in a broader framework, with linked problems such as low incomes, poor housing, high crime environments and family problems;

Inequalitydefined as a comparative or relative concept. It does not measure deprivation or poverty and does not require a threshold. It is possible for inequality to exist with or without poverty. Similarly, poverty can exist with or without inequality;

We are always grateful for the donation of goods, equipments and services, also known as in-kind donations which are valuable resources on a relief effort.  These resources can be personal, within the family, or within societies. We are very grateful for the support we receive through in-kind donations as they provide a means of furthering our charitable and social objectives.

For further details of how to donate goods, services or equipments, please contact us on + 44 (0) 5603116460. Alternatively you can e-mail us at e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

Thank you for your kind support and generosity!