Making a donation of money

Make a cash donation via our Open Collective. All of our spending and money is 100% transparent so you can see where the money is spent and how much has been donated.

You can also donate specifically for certain campaigns. Our current campaigns are:

  • NunUnFed Meals. Cooked food for those without kitchens, key workers, are unable to cook or prepare food or are at high risk. 
  • Westminster House Youth Club. We deliver a weekly package of food to underserved youth communities in Nunhead.
  • Sponsor a food & essentials shop For £35 you can sponsor a delivery of food and essentials for 2 people that currently can't afford shopping.

Donating a phone or tablet

You can find out how to donate smart phone or tablet here.


Making a donation of food or household items

We are also gathering donations of food, household items and other specific things to donate to our local food bank, Pecan and to create 

Our two core Donation Stations are:

Nunhead Donation Station
The Green, Nunhead Community Centre
5 Nunhead Green, Nunhead, SE15 3QQ
Monday to Friday, 1pm to 3pm.
Can accept large and bulk donations
Get directions

Peckham Donation Station
The Yard
Unit 1, 133 Copeland Rd, Peckham, SE15 3SN
Monday to Friday, 1pm to 3pm.
Can accept large and bulk donations
Get directions


Local Zone donation spots

You can see hyperlocal local donation spots and opening times on our website here.  
If you're interesting in setting up your own donation spot, take a look at this guide.
Want to join your local zone Whatsapp group? Search by your postcode here.

What items should you donate?

It's important to know that we cannot accept perishable goods on a day-to-day basis. However, if you have a bulk supply of perishable items, please give our NunUnFed champion Paddy a shout via donations@nunheadknocks.com

Generally speaking the best items to donate are:

  • cereals, tinned goods, pasta and rice
  • UHT and long life drinks
  • cleaning supplies and toilet roll
  • feminine sanitary products
  • baby wipes, food and nappies

Read more on what to donate here.

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