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WHO WE ARE

What We Do

WNWN is a registered charity serving the local community. With a workforce of predominately volunteers we collect, free of charge, donations of furniture and household items that remain in good condition. We then offer these at low cost, to people on tight budgets, so they can create comfortable homes to feel proud of. Our showroom in Chippenham attractively displays a full range of furniture and household items. There are fridges, freezers, dishwashers, tumble dryers and other electrical goods. We stock pictures, lamps and kitchen items to add those finishing touches. We also have a range of new double, single and bunk beds at very reasonable prices. These items are available to the general public. Proceeds from the new goods, including electric cookers, help support the charity’s work. If you’d like to buy it’s easy, either visit our showroom or you can view selected items on WNWN’s Facebook page. Goods displayed on line can be paid for over the telephone. Low cost delivery can be arranged on a day and time that suits. If you’d like to donate furniture and household goods it’s fast, free and easy. We collect at a time agreed with you. Just contact us and connect

WHO WE HELP

Individuals Helped

6000

Metric tonnes recycled

74

Collections

1012

Volunteers

35

Fast and Free Collection

If you’d like to donate furniture and household items to us, its fast and easy. We will collect for free at a time agreed with you by our team.

How to Donate

Our Team

Rose Showroom Supervisor if you want to volunteer contact Waste not want not for more information
Rose – Showroom Supervisor

Rose joined the volunteer team in May 2016 initially working a couple of days a week helping in the showroom. Rose has great organisational skills largely developed from bringing up her eight children! Rose is now a full time volunteer as the Showroom Supervisor keeping the displays of furniture and household items looking attractive and welcoming. Rose is excellent at helping new volunteers including those with special needs settle in to build confidence and life skills.

Jason Collections and Deliveries supervisor, if you want to volunteer contact Waste not want not for more information
Jason – Collections and Deliveries Supervisor

Jason has been involved with WNWN for 16 years. In his role as ‘Collections and Deliveries Supervisor’ he organises his team to ensure WNWN gives a great level of service when collecting goods from donors and delivers items to clients.

Phil – WNWN Project Manager

Phil was employed in March 2002 as WNWN Project Manager. His task was to recruit volunteers and secure funding. The charity opened its doors in December 2002 since which Phil has much enjoyed the role of leading the WNWN team.

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