You can help us with donations of money, foodstuffs and other goods that we can use to directly support the people of Redditch in a time of crisis – not just the current COVID-19 catastrophe but any other disasters or trouble that might befall our town in the future.

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Donations to Support Redditch are eligible for Gift Aid.

Giving Options

Donate by BACS transfer

Please click here to securely request our bank details for your donation – we’re unable to provide our details online to prevent your donation being redirected. We will never ask you to donate to us by invoice

Donate by Cheque

Cheques are welcome to be sent to: Support Redditch Emergency Network, C/O Faraday Business Centre, Windsor Road, Redditch B97 6DJ. 

Where to Donate Food

Dormer Plant Hire, Hewell Road

Dormer Plant Hire Ltd has kindly provided a donation drop off point inside their main store on Hewell Road.  Click here for Dormer Plant Hire opening hours and directions.

28 Heming Road, Washford Industrial Estate

You can bring items to donate to our unit at 28 Heming Road, Washford Industrial Estate B98 0DH. Please call 01527359008 or email to arrange a drop-off with a volunteer. 

Services your donation will fund


Hardship Food Parcels

Supporting the people in the most need across our area with weekly food parcels.


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Self-Isolation Support

Helping people get through self-isolation by providing food and other support.


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Donate Business Services

Job Market Reslience

Helping people develop the skills and providing the tools to get working again.


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About your Donations:
Where and how they are used

Any donations we receive support the running of the Support Redditch Emergency Network in accordance with our constitution. This enables us to deliver a range of rapid interventions, such as our food support programme. We put as much money as possible onto the ground where it’s needed.

Our Trustees are unpaid and do not even claim expenses back.

Does anyone get paid?

We sometimes pay workers on a self-employed short-term contract basis for specific roles that we have been unable to fill on a voluntary basis.

Do the Trustees get paid?

No. The Trustees are not paid and do not even claim their own out-of-pocket expenses at this moment in time. Trustees so far have put a lot of time, their own money and their own goods into the charity.

Does the money go to any other groups?

We only pay any other groups for goods and services they render as part of a formal written supplier agreement we have in place with them. If there is no agreement in place then no payment is possible.

Can I get my money back?

Whilst it’s difficult to return a donation freely given we will return any donations if asked.