Donate as you shop
You can help the Carmelites every time you shop on the internet via another charity called The Giving Machine. All you need to do is to provide your email address to the Shrine Office, and we’ll do the rest; to contact us by email click here. Once we have registered you and sent you details you can shop online at any of the 400+ top retailers who have teamed up with charities via The Giving Machine.
By entering the site through a special portal you can take advantage of the many exclusive special offers and discounts available to all givers, and every time you shop via The Giving Machine the retailer pays a sales commission. The Giving Machine converts 75% of this commission into a donation to the Carmelites so we can use the money for our work.
Alternatively, if you shop via Amazon, visit: https://smile.amazon.co.uk and add Carmelite Charitable Trust as your charity. Every time you shop via Amazon Smile, we receive donations (at no cost to you!).
Donate your rubbish!
We are now the public collection point in Faversham for:
Flash Wipes - public drop-off location
Hasbro Toy and Games - public drop-off location
Air, Home and Laundry Care - public drop-off location
Lavazza Eco Caps - public drop-off location
Lily's Kitchen - public drop-off location
Kinder - public drop-off location
After we have collected enough, the company Terracycle turn the items into something else - renewing items that are not normally renewable. The charity then receives donations for your rubbish!
Donate your print cartridges
You can now recycle your ink cartridges with the National Shrine of Saint Jude via The Recycling Factory. The Recycling Factory collect and recycle over 8 million inkjet & toner cartridges each year and whether you’ve got one, or hundreds of cartridges, we can help you to recycle them. Each ink cartridge that they receive, the Carmelites and the National Shrine of Saint Jude will receive a donation. Please send to: Carmelite Friars, PO Box 289, FAVERSHAM, Kent, ME13 3BZ
Donate your old coins
People often have old foreign coins and banknotes tucked away somewhere in a drawer. If this is you - we are currently looking for a number of coins from the pre-Euro age and any old British coins/notes that are no longer in circulation: