The Furniture Project collects good quality second-hand furniture for free distribution to needy families. Soft furnishings must comply with fire safety standards. We do not usually take glass items. For safety reasons we no longer take electrical goods, gas appliances, duvets and pillows. We are often asked for duvet sets, sheets and kitchen utensils. Click here for a list of our current requirements. Please contact the Office if you can help.
We are often asked to provide food for families who, for example, have no benefits or grants, or where there is long-term illness. We appreciate the donations we receive from churches and from Wimbledon High School and Gorringe Park Primary School.
We would welcome offers of groceries at any time of year. Click here for a list of our current requirements. Please contact the Office if you would like to donate or organise a collection at your church or school.
We accept cots, buggies, high chairs, Moses baskets, baby baths and baby clothes. We also collect children's clothes up to age 11. Click here for a list of our current requirements. Please contact the Office if you can help.
We receive some grants for our work, but most of our income is from donations given by individuals and churches. Cheques made payable to Christian Care Association may be sent to the Treasurer at the Office.
If you would rather make a payment direct to our bank account please contact us by email at email@example.com and we will send you the details".
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If you would like to support us regularly, to receive an annual report, invitations to our AGM and other events, prayer cards and information-updates, please contact the Office for an application form.