Donate Things we need Things we need As coronavirus wreaks havoc around the world, never has there been a worse time to have no home. Glass Door is adapting its services to best support those affected by homelessness. Please find details of the items that we or our partners particularly need right now below. Deodorant, shampoo, shower gel, soap, conditioner, moisturiser, razors, toothbrushes and toothpaste, mini hand sanitiser, vaseline (new items only please). Socks (new only). Laundry detergent (pods preferred). Face masks for guests (find out more about how to make and donate your own). A hair straightener for one of our hostel guests. Wheeled suitcases. Sleeping bags. Please note we are only able to accept donations by post, or if in person, we ask that you deliver a bulk donation that only includes the items listed above and contact us in advance ([email protected]) to arrange delivery for a Wednesday or Friday. You can also purchase items on our behalf through our Amazon Wish List. Alternatively, please consider making a financial donation, and we will use the funds where they are needed most. Donate now Food our partner drop-ins need Please also consider donating to one of our partner drop-in centres listed below or your local food bank. These centres that continue to feed those in need are providing a life-saving service. Please note that donations to these centres will need to be arranged with them directly. Refettorio Felix at St Cuthbert's in Earl's Court are offering hot food to those in need. To make a donation (ready-made food deliveries sought), please contact Ali Kingsley [[email protected]]. The Ace of Clubs in Clapham also offer a take-away service. Please ring 020 7720 2811 or email [email protected] to arrange. The Kings Road Community Drop-in run at the Chelsea Methodist Church is running a lunch take-out service and appreciate bulk donations of specific food donations. Please contact [email protected] with questions. Please know your donations are valued Donations of things we need make a massive difference. Personal hygiene is crucial for self-respect, dignity, and mental health. Many of our guests work hard to look and feel clean and put together. On behalf of everyone who uses our services, thank you.