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Re-ward Club: Rewarding you for not buying new

Vote for Hounslow Re-ward Club Community Group beneficiaries

Once you have collected 10 Re-ward Tokens you can choose to donate your £5 to local community groups. Each year 3 community groups will be chosen for Re-ward Club members to donate their vouchers to and you can support your favourite group!

You can vote for these groups if you are:

  • A Hounslow Re-ward Club members
  • A Hounslow Councillor
  • A Hounslow Re-ward Club Retail Partner

The three groups that have the most votes will be the Re-ward Club Community Partners for Hounslow.

Below are descriptions of each of the community groups that want your votes. To help you choose who to vote for they’ve written a short description of who they are and how they plan to use the money that you could donate to them.

Voting for the Re-ward Club Community Partners starts on Saturday 27th April at the Re-ward Club Hounslow Launch and runs until Sunday 12th May.

There are five community groups in the running:

Brabazon Estate Residents Association (B.E.R.A)

Who we are…

B.E.R.A help support and operate the local Community Centre for the residents of the Brabazon estate in Heston, including hiring of the hall and running drop in coffee mornings, which are open to everyone – not just residents. B.E.R.A helps to bring the many different ethnic cultures on the estate together to create a closer knit community.

What we’ll use your donations for…

Donations from Re-ward Club Members will be used to replace furniture, crockery and other equipment to help with the regeneration work taking place on the estate.


Who we are…

CEDARS provides school and holiday activities for young people, aged 7-18,. Providing them a safe place to ‘chill out’ and take part in sports, arts & craft activities as well as speak to youth leaders about any concerns they may have.

Many of the young people that CEDARS cater for have difficult home lives and no positive adult role models. In school holidays, CEDARS arrange day trips and also run the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme. This year 35 young people are working for their bronze award.

What we’ll use your donations for…

The donations Received from Re-ward Club Members will be used to help fund the cost of the youth leaders, trips out and allow the organisation to buy much needed resources for the clubs.


Who we are…

Hestia supports homeless people in Thornbury Lodge. This is a new service which has been supporting men and women since October 2012. Users of the service come from a wide background including; victims of domestic abuse; people with physical disabilities and ex-offenders.

Hestia helps them rebuild their lives during their time at Thornbury Lodge, by improving their skills and supporting them to move into independent accommodation.

What we’ll use your donations for…

All potential donations from Re-ward Club will be used to help fund the new Cooking Skills project. The project focuses on teaching how to cook affordable & healthy meals; how to budget when shopping; and food hygiene. Food cooked in the project will be used for communal meals and help service users meet new friends.

The Mulberry Centre

Who we are…

The Mulberry Centre, Isleworth, is a cancer support charity that provides practical and emotional support for cancer patients, their families and carers as well as support for those who have been bereaved as a result of cancer.

It is estimated that one in three people will develop cancer in their lifetime and most of the community is affected in some way at some point. The Mulberry Centre’s services are offered free of charge and are open to everyone regardless of where they live.

What we’ll use your donations for…

Donations from Re-ward Club Members will go towards funding the services they provide:

£5 provides refreshments for one of the support groups

£10 helps towards providing up to date information to someone who needs to know more about their treatment

£20 helps provide guidance to someone who may be experiencing financial worries because of cancer.

William Wilberforce Trust

Who we are…

The William Wilberforce Trust is part of the Holy Brompton Church and runs a Furniture Reuse Project in Hounslow. It’s staffed by volunteers undertaking a 16 week Employability Programme, aimed at resourcing and equipping those with major barriers to employment by providing workplace experience, training and mentoring within a growing social enterprise.

The Furniture Re-use Project, based in Brentford, collects unwanted furniture from local homes and businesses (restores them when required) and sells them at very affordable prices to members of the public. Roughly one quarter of all furniture sold goes to low-income households.

What we’ll use your donations for…

Re-ward Club donations would help sustain the work experience for the volunteers and go towards the large running costs of the project. Most of the team on the employability programme are ex-offenders, ex-addicts or ex-homeless and this initiative helps them move on to paid work.

If you want to vote, then sign up to join Re-ward Club today and we’ll send you the link to our online voting portal.


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