Currently Needed Items

The items listed here are those currently needed by Coffee4Craig.

When you purchase a donation through this store, your exact purchased item is sent directly to C4C. They can then distribute or use the donated items as required, making a real, tangible difference to someone's life. It also means that they don't have to spend money donations on items, and can instead use it for those things only money can buy.

There is no minimum order size, and all items include free delivery. 

C4C don’t pay for our service, and we use just £0.50 of the item prices below to cover our transaction costs and price fluctuations from our suppliers. We don't profit from the sale of any items on the website, and instead rely on corporate sponsorship to keep us running.

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The Boxers and Socks bundle

This bundle is a combination of the 6 x pairs of cotton rich socks and 6 x pairs of men's boxers. Desperately needed by many of Coffee4Craig's guests, but not often donated. 

£15.90

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More About Coffee4Craig

Sept 2013, Craig White died of a heroin overdose in a car park in Cardiff, he was the brother of Risha Lancaster, one of the Coffee4Craig founders, Coffee4Craig began as a reaction to his death and a desire to make the world a little better for those who find themselves on the streets. Risha and Hendrix Lancaster started giving out coffee on the streets of Manchester that same month and it grew from there. The demand for hot drinks went above and beyond the initial expectation of Risha and Hendrix and they felt a calling into the homelessness sector. With a small group of volunteers and supporters starting to grow, we developed an outdoor 'street kitchen' three evenings a week in Piccadilly Gardens.

 

Craig White was 37 when he died, he lived on the streets in Cardiff after years of mental health problems he turned to drink and then fatally drugs to cope and silence the demons in his mind. Above all though he was a son, a father, a brother and an uncle and will be missed by everyone who knew him. We were determined to see some good come come from his death. Please support us... We have started up indoor support services and Outreach both in Cardiff and Manchester, we can only do this with your support. We are also linking lots of other outreach and charities to make sure the support stretches as far and wide as possible. We aim to get the right people to the right places to support the best causes!

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Other ways you can help

Donating in kind is obviously just one way you can support Coffee4Craig. We recommend you check out the resources below to see how else you can help!

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Click here to be re-directed to Coffee4Craig's monetary donation page. 

We don't look to, or encourage the replacement of money donations, rather compliment them!

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Welcome to Coffee4Craig's item donation shop! Here you can browse and purchase the items that C4C need this month. We then make sure your donation is delivered directly to their door.

Sept 2013, Craig White died of a heroin overdose in a car park in Cardiff, he was the brother of Risha Lancaster, one of the Coffee4Craig founders. Coffee4Craig began as a reaction to his death and a desire to make the world a little better for those who find themselves on the streets. The Manchester drop-in is an evening and weekend service, offering hot meals, showers and medical support to the city’s homeless community

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