Non-Food Support

Plymouth Non-Food Support


Citizens Advice Plymouth –

Plymouth City Council –


See ‘Cash First Approach PLymouth’ Leaflet


Plymouth Energy Community

“Empowering our community to create a fair, affordable, zero carbon energy system with local people at its heart”


Children’s Storehouse

“The Children’s Storehouse collects good quality baby and children’s equipment, toys, books, clothing for all ages of children, cots / single beds, bed linen and towels. We rely on the kindness and support of the general public as well as local organisations for donations.“

Plymouth Football Boot Bank –

“Plymouth Football Boot Bank has been set up to provide used football boots, goalie gloves, shin pads, etc in good condition to parents of young players who may be having financial difficulties”

Suited to Help

“We support unemployed veterans/men with access to free donated clothing suitable for a job interview. We aim to reduce the barriers to employment, financial impact and promote self-confidence.”

Uniform Store Plymouth –

“We are a partnership of Plymouth churches who have worked with local support agencies for many years through The Children’s Storehouse and The Hope Initiative. It has never been easy for parents to kit their children out for a new term at school, and post Covid 19 lockdown, for many it is harder than ever. We want to reach out to support these families and give them hope – let them know that someone is for them and show it in a practical way.”


Devon & Cornwall Refugee Support

“Based in Plymouth city centre, we provide advice, support, education, IT facilities and a friendly communal space for asylum seekers in the region.

British Red Cross

“If you are a refugee, asylum seeker or vulnerable migrant, we may be able to help you.” Call: 01752831619


“OHOB was orginally set up in 2015 in response to the refugee crisis. As a group of volunteers from Devon and Cornwall, we organise appeals and collections and work closely with other grass root aid groups and charities”

Students and Refugees Together (START) –

“refugees to reduce the impact and isolation they feel coming to live in Plymouth. We offer holistic support either by working on a one to one basis or through community activities.”


Plymouth Veterans & Family Hub –

“The hub provides social activity, peer support and mentoring, casework, support for older carers, and works with a range of organisations in the city to shape better pathways to employment, mental wellbeing, welfare, housing advice and financial information.”


Harbour –

Providing support to people with complex lives. For over 30 years we have helped people realise that they are not alone.”

Hamoaze House –

If you are struggling with problematic alcohol or drug use and want help to change your life, to leave the chaos behind, we can help you. This is your opportunity for change. We can offer a safe, calm place to help you to rebuild your life with new skills and coping mechanisms. We offer support, counselling and security for you and your family.”


Plymouth Access To Housing (PATH) –

“We are Path, an independent local charity based in Plymouth. We were set up in 1995 to support people who are vulnerable to homelessness by providing a range of services from work to rough sleepers through to support for people to maintain their tenancies.”

Shekinah –

“Shekinah provides opportunities for people who maybe experiencing homelessness, drug and alcohol issues, offending behaviours or mental health. Shekinah believes that everyone deserves to be given another chance, and a passionate and dedicated team of staff and volunteers have worked tirelessly over the years ensuring that people in crisis are given a variety of opportunities to reach a secure and contented life.“

Shelter –

“Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through our advice, support, and legal services. And we campaign to make sure that, one day, no one will have to turn to us for help.“

Streetlink –

“StreetLink exists to help end rough sleeping by enabling members of the public to connect people sleeping rough with the local services that can support them.”


Salvation Army

“Helping victims of modern slavery out of danger and building a new life“


Our Plymouth –

“We are on a mission to develop a single digital platform that is used as a powerful tool to connect, communicate, collaborate, inspire and recognise citizen and community action.”