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Show a sign of love for a child in need.

Together we can give the gift of comfort.

During COVID-19, Berry Street has seen a dramatic increase in family violence. This means we need to provide safe homes to more children who’ve experienced severe trauma and abuse than ever before.

Children often come into our care with nothing, feeling scared and alone. Your support is needed more than ever to help these children feel safe, loved and cared for – often for the first time in their lives.

Together we can give the gift of comfort.

Show a sign of love for a child in need.

The gift of giving

Show a sign of love for children like Chloe

After coming into foster care at age three, Chloe* was diagnosed as profoundly deaf. She had been living in a world of silence.

Chloe’s foster carers knew she was different. They needed a special way to let her know that she was safe and cared for – so they learned sign language. This was their sign of love and it shows how far our carers will go for the children they welcome into their homes.

Every child is different; just like Chloe, they all have their individual needs when coming into care. With your help we can give them exactly what they need to feel comforted, safe and cared for. Show a sign of love for children in need by purchasing a gift online.

*Names changed in the interest of privacy. Photos posed by models.

What to buy

Most needed gifts


A Fresh Start: Household Essentials

Ready for School: Lunchbox and Drink Bottle

Stationery and Books

Ready to Learn: Stationery and Books

Young boy playing cricket

Healthy and active: Sport Equipment

A persons legs wearing pants and sneakers

Feeling Fashionable: Clothes and Shoes

How it works

Your gift can help a child in need feel safe and cared for

Step 1

Choose a gift from our catalogue.

Step 2

Add the gift to your basket. If this is on behalf of a friend or loved one, you can send them a personalised email or print them a card.

Step 3

Purchase your gifts.

Step 4

Your gift will help a child in need and help us continue our important work with children, young people and families.