The Coventry Destitution Fund
A vital lifeline for those seeking safety in Coventry.
Who we are
The Coventry Destitution Fund was established in 2009 to provide food, shelter and clothes to vulnerable asylum seekers, refugees and other migrants within our city. Via our other services, we then work with these vulnerable people to ensure they can rebuild their lives in peace.
It depends entirely on money and items generously donated by people and groups within Coventry and surrounding areas. 100% of the money donated is used to support people who are destitute.
Please help us to continue to be a lifeline by clicking the donate button above or at the bottom of this page. Thank you in advance for any support you can provide.
Why we are needed
There are two main ways to support The Coventry Destitution Fund. To make a financial donation – either a one off or regular – please head to our donation page.
If you would like to make a donation of items, please contact our team at email@example.com who be able to advise on what we can accept and a suitable time to do this. A list of essential items for the destitution fund is available here .
What we offer
£5 One food parcel with basic items, or toiletries and necessities such as sanitary towels for one person to last two days.
£10 One food parcel, which contributes to feeding one person for a week.
£25 Food and necessities for a destitute person to contribute towards their upkeep for a fortnight.
£85 Food and necessities for a pregnant destitute woman to last a month.
£100 Food and necessities to help support a homeless family for a month.