If you are a UK tax payer and would like to Gift Aid a donation please down load the form Gift Aid Form
An easy way to raise funds for The Welcome Centre is to turn your online shopping into donations for us – Over 2,700 well known retailers including Amazon, Ebay, Tesco, Asda and John Lewis will donate a small percentage to The Welcome Centre when you shop and costs you nothing. All you need to do is register at Easy Fundraising and when you choose a cause to support, select The Welcome Centre then get shopping – it couldn’t be easier !
Donating food and items
Any items can be brought to the Welcome Centre warehouse at
Unit 7 Queens Mill Industrial Estate, Queens Mill Road, Lockwood. HD1 3RR between 10.15am and 1.15pm Monday to Friday .
If this is not suitable then donations can still be made at
15 Lord Street, Huddersfield, HD1 1QB
Monday – Friday, 10.00am – 4.00pm.
We also have collection points at locations around Huddersfield. See our collection points page for locations.
We really appreciate donations coming to the Centre but if it is difficult to transport the items we may be able to collect large amounts by arrangement with the office on Tel: 01484 515086
Organise a fundraising event
Our supports have run coffee mornings, sponsored walks, wine tastings, charity auctions and curry nights. Tell us your ideas and we will send you a supporters pack to help you organise an event for us. See what others have done see what other people have done for us
Support from your business could make a real difference to the Welcome Centre. In the current economic climate the need for our emergency packs has increased significantly – check out our corporate pages and join our growing support from other corporate sponsors in making a real difference to those who so desperately need it.
“The thing we really like about the Welcome Centre is that for very small overheads it touches the lives of so many people in such a positive way, both in terms of giving and receiving. Most of the essentials supplied are donated by local people and well over 50% of the people they support only need 2 or 3 packs, to help them over difficult times, before they are self-sufficient again.” – One of our corporate sponsors.