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Send us your unneeded Christmas gifts and we'll make sure they find a good home!

More than 32 million of us received an unneeded Christmas gift last year – that’s a lot of socks, bubble bath, and woolly jumpers not getting the love they deserve!

Instead of letting your gifts or gift vouchers gather dust, why not donate them to us!

Each year Causeway supports thousands of people across our safe houses and outreach programmes who have been rescued from modern slavery, human trafficking and exploitation. 

These survivors often arrive with few, if any, belongings, and are extremely vulnerable.

This means we are in constant need of new clothes, toiletries, homeware, toys, and electrical items that we can distribute across our safe houses and to survivors living in the community.

This year alone we have delivered more than 1,200 items to people in our modern slavery services, including toiletry packs, winter clothes, bedding, underwear and vouchers.

Email us your unneeded vouchers, send or drop off your unwanted gifts, and we’ll make sure they find a loving home!

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Please email your unneeded vouchers or online gift cards to:  [email protected]

Please post your unneeded items to: The Big Causeway Regift, Causeway, 503 The Cotton Exchange, Bixteth Street, Liverpool, L3 9LQ

Or see if there's a drop-off point near you.


  • Total Training Provision, Unit 10 Churchfield Court, Churchfield, Barnsley, S70 2JT
  • The HUBS, 6 Paternoster Row, Sheffield, S1 2QQ
  • Fragomen LLP, 7th Floor, Saville House, 74-90 Savile Street, Sheffield, S4 7UD

North West

  • Irvings Law, Exchange Station, Tithebarn Street, Liverpool, L2 2QP
  • Open Kitchen Café & Bar, People’s History Museum, Left Bank, Manchester, M3 3ER
  • Total Training Provision, The Investment Centre, 375 Stanley Road, Bootle, Liverpool, L20 3EF

North East

  • Causeway Modern Slavery Services, Ground Floor, 1 Millennium Way, Sunderland, SR5 1DD


Thank you for your generosity!

Dumile Dumile

“I still remember when they showed me my room. It was very cosy, very warm. The family I was with never put the heating on in my room. They kept me cold for seven years. But here, there was a big warm shower- I washed myself for one hour!”

Ali* is a modern slavery survivor supported by Causeway, and who received clothing, bedding, and toiletries when she arrived at our safe house.