Pound Pending Scheme

This is an opportunity to leave a Pound Pending for those in need.  All Pound Pending funds are open to anyone who wishes to utilise this to buy goods from the Rummage Rescuers community shop.

Pound Pending is aimed to support those in need i.e. the homeless, flood victims etc.  It enables us to provide coats, scarves, gloves, jumpers and other items of clothing to those who really need it.

A homeless man named “Frank” came into Rummage Rescuers today, “Frank” was freezing cold and asked for our help, and after following the advice of our Chief Executive Officer Liz Crook he was able to access the Rummage Rescuers Community Pound Pending scheme.

Frank was able to purchase a coat for just £3 and left the shop both warm and happy.

Our Pound Pending scheme is designed for this, but we need your help, it takes just £1 and you can make a difference.

To donate £1 or more, or to set up a recurring monthly payment,
please click here.

Rummage Rescuers Chief Executive Officer Liz Crook says: “It was a privilege to actually see the scheme work, thank you so much to all the kind and amazing people who’ve donated, some of which saw Frank!”

If you’re in need, all you need to do is visit either one of the Rummage Rescuers community shops and ask for goods via Pound Pending.  We can’t do this without your generous support and it costs just £1.

Please note:
Our payment system uses Paypal, should you not have a Paypal account, please click on the link marked “Don’t have a PayPal account?”  

Should you experience difficulties, please email: info@rummagerescuers.org.uk.  

Like any community scheme, Pound Pending has to be subject to certain caps and limits to ensure the scheme can fairly support those within the community.  It is in the interest of maintaining this support that we reserve the right to politely decline to cover items under Pound Pending if there is just cause to do so.

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