Because of the overwhelming generosity of our community our clothing/equipment store is FULL.

Unless you have pre-arranged a delivery we are sorry but we are not able to accept your gifts at the moment. We expect we will be re-opening for clothing donations mid-January. 

We are able to accept donations of food as listed below. 

PLEASE NOTE: We only list exactly what we need and can use and are unlikely to be able to accept anything not listed below. 

What we need and how to get it to us:

It is best if you can bring your donations to us - see map and address.

We are open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. Before visiting, please call us on 01494 447699 so we can ensure we are available and able to accept your donations.

Because we have limited storage facilities and have a team of volunteers who manage our store very well, we only list exactly what we need and can use and are unlikely to be able to accept anything not on the list below. 

This list is updated regularly. 

Non-perishable food items:

  • Biscuits
  • Pasta
  • Tinned potatoes
  • Tinned vegetables (peas, sweetcorn, carrots)
  • Tinned fish
  • Tinned fruit
  • Tinned ham, corned beef
  • Tinned meat pies (e.g. Fray Bentos)
  • Tinned meat meals (chilli, Irish stew, curry, bolognaise, ravioli)
  • Tinned macaroni cheese
  • Pot noodles

Clothing and personal items - CURRENTLY FULL

  • New and nearly-new towels - large and hand-sized
  • Large (size 9+) boots or trainers for men in good condition 
  • Men's winter coats - especially small and medium
  • Razors
  • New men’s underwear (small and medium)
  • New and nearly-new Men’s t-shirts (small and medium)

Household items: We appreciate items to help people move into accommodation, preferably new or in very good condition - CURRENTLY FULL

  • Single fitted sheets (new or nearly new)
  • Single duvets (new or nearly new)
  • Two slice toasters (click here for an example)
  • Small, plastic jugs suitable for microwave cooking
  • Small kettles (click here for an example)
  • Small frying pans with flat bottoms for electric hobs and lids
  • Cereal bowls
  • Can openers
  • Washing up liquid
  • Dish cloths
  • Lightweight plastic chopping boards
  • Small vegetable knifes
  • Food slices
  • Small mixing bowls
  • Small saucepan with lids
  • Drinking glasses
  • Tea towels

We use gifts of goods in three ways:

  • In emergencies, we assist people who are sleeping rough by giving them food, clothing, toiletries and a sleeping bag.
  • We provide people with basic household items when they move into accommodation.
  • We serve meals during the Wycombe Winter Night Shelter.