Toiletries Needed!

When it comes to donating your toiletries we wanted to make it as easy as possible for everyone to get involved, so we created a directory of those who’d really appreciate a little bit of help from us all.

You can see what the organisations do, and where they are, and you can see how to get in touch with them.

Directory

When I arrived at YMCA Wirral I had very few possessions. In my room waiting for me was a welcome pack filled with lots of different toiletries and a few treats. For the first time in ages, I was able to have a hot shower, wash my hair and feel clean and smell good.

To think that someone, who doesn’t know me, was kind enough to think of me in my desperate situation was like receiving a warm hug.

YMCA Wirral Homeless Client

Having discovered Toiletry Amnesty, I knew I found the ideal place to donate – with connections to charities all over the UK, I was glad that my products would go to helping as much people as possible, all around the country.

Rhiannon Derbyshire, Style Writer

The initiative has the means to be a global vehicle for good and for the care of others less fortunate […] It is accessible, honourable and holds the potential for rapid growth to achieve good.

X Foundation

We cannot thank you enough for this donation which will help us provide even more for our patients and their families when they are feeling low and need a pick me up, helping us make a difference especially at this difficult time for us all.

Jill Kirkham, The Prince of Wales Hospice

X Foundation chose the Toiletries Amnesty for its identification and innovative reversal of what is a common household issue into a positive result for those in need.

X Foundation

If it were not for the kindness of people like yourself and the support you give the women and children would not have those nice little bits to cheer them up at a difficult time. Many of our families arrive with nothing having in many cases left everything behind, so it is so good to be able to give them something nice. Thank you all once again.

Christine, Refuge