From now until 28th February 2019, if you order your shopping online at Waitrose, you will have the opportunity to vote for us as your charity of choice.
As the weather gets colder, we, as a society, tend to become more aware of rough sleepers and those with unstable shelter. We often are asked how people can support Big Issue vendors during the winter period, the answer is simple, buy a magazine. By taking the magazine, you’re helping them to earn a living. Chat for a while too.
But of course not everyone in poverty or homeless is selling the Big Issue magazine, so there are other important ways you can make a difference.
From December 10th-16th, all profits from UK and Ireland sales of the Rentless range at Lush will be donated to us to support our work enabling vendors to take positive steps forward in their lives.
Proceeds from the programme sales at his one man rendition of ‘A Christmas Carol’ will be donated to The Big Issue Foundation.
Keep an eye out over the next two weeks for our Big Night Walk poster campaign, coming to your local tube station from 3rd December
After it’s overwhelming success, Sadiq Kahn is launching his rough sleeping campaign again for 2018. The Big Issue Foundation is pleased to announce that, alongside 21 other charities, we will be supporting the Mayor’s efforts.
Help us raise £15,000 with The Big Give! UPDATE: After just 18 hours we hit our target! Thank you to everyone who donated to our matched giving appeal!
As winter sets in, The Big Issue Foundation are asking supporters to Wear Something Woolly on Friday 7th December and fundraise along with their colleagues, schools and friends to support Big Issue vendors at the toughest time of year.
So far, an incredible £26,000 has been raised to support our services and our fundraisers are still going!
This year, Stephen Robertson, Big Issue Foundation Chief Executive, will join supporters and Big Issue vendors for not one but two Sleep Out events.