Our Community Partners
We distribute laptops and tablets to schools, as well as bulk food deliveries to over 30 local recipient partners, including foodbanks, charities and organisations that prepare meals for the homeless and vulnerable.
Meet a few of our community partners, interviewed by Sophie and Megan, marketing volunteers for Dons Local Action Group
We have provided many laptops to Chessington school in Kingston. See how we have made a difference through our partnership here.
Cambridge Road Estates Community Group
Cambridge Road Estates Community Group provides a prepared meal service and offers a foodbank for the local community in Kingston, 25% of the food they distribute is from Dons Local Action Group.
Read our interview with Jill Preston, Chair at Cambridge Road Estates Community Group to find out more.
The Fresh Foodbank
The Fresh Foodbank provides food to the community of Pollards Hill in Mitcham. Between 80-90% of the food they distribute comes from Dons Local Action Group.
Read our interview with Mark Allison, Head of Merton Council, to find out more.
JCT Community Management
JCT Community Management is a community interest group with programmes for children, youths, and ex-prisoners. Food sharing has now become the main part of the work they do.
Read our interview with Daren McCoy, Director at JCT Community Management, to find out more.
Polish Family Association
The Polish Family Association supports a network of Eastern European communities throughout Merton. 75% of the food they distribute comes from Dons Local Action Group.
Read our interview with Slawek Szczepanski, Coordinator at the Polish Family Association, to find out more.
Tooting Community Kitchen
Tooting Community Kitchen serves freshly prepared hot meals to the homeless and vulnerable at twice weekly stalls in Tooting. They also have a foodbank and delivery service.
Read our interview with Sahar Beg, Co-founder at the Tooting Community Kitchen, to find out more.