The IKEA store in Exeter has donated bundles of home items to equip our new accommodation in Exeter, which will improve and change the lives of our vulnerable and homeless community.
The demand for our work continues to grow and thanks to the generosity of corporations like Ikea we are able to continue supporting people to rebuild their lives after homelessness, prison, addiction, domestic abuse, and long-term unemployment.
Daffne Zamudio, Senior Community and Events Fundraiser for Julian House in Devon said: “We’re very grateful for the incredible donation from IKEA. This contribution will make a huge difference to our projects and the support that they provide within the community.”
“It’s wonderful to work with an organisation who stands up for equality and support access to decent and meaningful work. IKEA’s team believe in contributing towards child-friendly, safe, affordable, and sustainable places to call home. We look forward to continuing to work with IKEA in the future.”
Nick Earle, IKEA Exeter Market Manager said:
“The IKEA vision is to create a better everyday life for the many people. IKEA Exeter is committed to having a positive impact on People and the Planet. We will continue to be as good a neighbour as possible within our local community.”