Helping people in poverty, out of poverty
The Brett Foundation works with families and individuals who struggle with poverty, whether on benefits or working.
They work to ensure that everyone is part of the community regardless of age, race, religion or gender. No one should be left to feel isolated, alone or helpless. They are there to help.
Working closely with Foodshare who provide food for the homeless and those in poverty and other charities and agencies, The BrettFoundation strives to help those in need to help themselves.
Together we can make a difference.
Phoenix House is a 10-bedroom house for young people aged 16-17 coming out of looked-after care. Each resident has their own room with access to shared facilities.
The house has a 24-hour staffing in place including waking nights’ staff cover. Every resident is allocated a support worker who is there to help, support and guide the young person in developing and acquiring skills for independent living.
Residents cook their own meals and are encouraged to use the communal lounge and other shared facilities. Young people stay for up to two years or more, after which they move on; sometimes with the option of being offered at place at Chalvey Hostel.
CleanConscience donates shampoo, body wash, conditioner and body lotion, which has been decanted into larger 1 litre containers, as and when the need arise.
Sadaka is a non-profit charity based in Reading, with an ethos of giving without judgement or bias.
Working within Greater Reading, we aim to provide food and food boxes to those who are struggling financially.
CleanConscience donates shampoo, body wash, conditioner and body lotion, packed as gifts in the form of CareKit™ toiletry packs.
We-STAP supplies toiletries and menstrual products for women in need in Croydon.
CleanConscience offers monthly donations of shampoo, body wash, conditioner and body lotion, packed as gifts in the form of CareKit™ toiletry packs.
High Wycombe Helping Others are a humanitarian aid group established in September 2016, in response to the fallout from the war in Syria.
HWHO has now become the hub for donation collections via other groups around the country, with 40 foot containers being loaded from the High Wycombe site on a monthly basis. These are destined for refugee camps in Europe and further afield.
CleanConscience donates shampoo, body wash, conditioner and body lotion, which has been decanted into larger 1 litre containers.
Kori’s main aim is to empower, enable and educate girls and women in the Kori Chiefdom of Sierra Leone. Their aim is to transform the lives of girls and women by encouraging the girls to get educated and the women to take part in agriculture and animal husbandry, especially in relation to wealth, health and welfare.
CleanConscience donates partly processed hard soap, in the form of soap noodles, for the women to press into new bars of soap, which are then sold to support other projects like a pig farm.