Help make a fresh start with your unwanted items

5 July 2019

A supported housing service in Hull is launching a campaign to collect essentials for vulnerable people and families who are ready to move into new accommodation after facing homelessness.

Donations wanted poster for Donnington Court

Donnington Court, a Sanctuary Supported Living homelessness and domestic abuse service, is working in partnership with the Hull Homeless Community Project to collect items that will help the people they support to make a fresh start.

Their residents, who have often arrived at the service with nothing, urgently require donations of dinner sets, kettles, toasters, cutlery, kitchen utensils and bedding for their new homes.

No longer needed furnishings such as cushions, throws, lamp shades, rugs, coffee tables, TV units, canvas prints and curtains are also very welcome.

Denise Masike, local service manager at Donnington Court, said: “When residents are moving out, the one thing that worries them is that their new home will be really bare and unwelcoming.

“Your kind donations can really make all the difference while they make a fresh start and we thank you in advance for your support.”

All items should all be in a good condition. For safety reasons, electrical items and bedding must be new. 

For more information, or to arrange a drop-off, email Donnington.Court@sanctuary-housing.co.uk or call 01482 226 861.

For more information about Sanctuary Supported Living’s homelessness services in your area, see our find a service page.

Your kind donations can really make all the difference while they make a fresh start and we thank you in advance for your support.

Denise Masike, Local Service Manager

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