We are a local network of volunteers initially formed in response to the COVID-19 crisis and now permanent across Merton, Wandsworth and Kingston.
We aim to help those in our local community to fight poverty and offer support. We provide food parcels, household goods, furniture and appliances. We also offer laptops through our Keep Kids Connected initiative for children who do not have access to online learning.
We are humbled by the recognition we have received since we started in 2020 and want to thank all our volunteers, partners and donors for their never-wavering support.
- Sports for Social Change Award, Sports Journalists’ Association
- Hero Award, Pizza Express
- The Community Connectors Awards, Openreach
- Lockdown Heroes, Football Supporters' Association
- Community project of the year, London Football Awards
- Best Covid-19 Community Response Non Premier League, Football Business Awards
Sainsbury’s Balham: 147-151 Balham High Road, SW12 9AU
Sainsbury’s Putney: 2-6 Werter Road, SW15 2LJ
Waitrose Wimbledon: Alexandra Road, SW19 7JY
Morrisons Wimbledon: 51 The Broadway, SW19 3RG
Sainsbury’s Wimbledon: 8-12 Worple Road, SW19 4DD
Sainsbury’s Colliers Wood: 1 Merton High Street, SW19 1DD
Morrison’s Mitcham: 11 St Mark’s Road, CR4 2JS
Tesco New Malden: 300 Beverley Way, KT3 4PJ
Waitrose Surbiton: 15a Claremont Road, KT6 4QR
Waitrose Kingston: Wood Street, KT1 1TN
Keep Kids Connected
We’ve reached a landmark achievement: the donation of over 2,000 laptops and tablets through our Keep Kids Connected initiative. Thank you to all of our generous donors! These life-changing donations have enabled children in our local community to access online learning. We’re fighting digital poverty, but there are still more children to reach. Make a meaningful impact and donate your unwanted laptop today.
Where do our supplies come from?
Everything is donated by the communities of Kingston, Merton and Wandsworth. Each month, on average, we redistribute the equivalent of over £150,000 in goods donated by our community. From a shopper dropping food off at our supermarket stalls, individual donations of furniture and laptops, and local companies making generous bulk donations.
Wimbledon supporter, David cycled the length of Britain to fundraise for Dons Local Action Group.
Cycling an average of 180km a day, David cycled through the sun, wind, and rain from Land’s End in Cornwall to John O’Groats in Northern Scotland. David cycled an incredible 10 hours a day over his 9 day adventure.
You can still sponsor his epic cycle ride. Visit David’s fundraising page.
The Dons Local Action Group are nothing short of amazing! Practical, entrepreneurial and inspirational. I love them.
We rely on our army of volunteers at Dons Local Action Group and we need your help.