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Sharing The Love Helping The Kitchen Kit Call Out!

What better way to share the love than to take delivery of our bright orange bin from the CRACKING GOOD FOOD company to collect unwanted kitchen items last week.

An orage bin with used kitchen items in for Cracking Good Food Compaony


In the hustle and bustle of our daily lives, it’s easy to overlook the little things, like the surplus kitchen items tucked away in our cupboards or the gadgets collecting dust on our worktops.

But what if these items could find a new purpose and bring joy to someone less fortunate?


Here’s what Cracking Good Food have to say…

“Many people, especially those starting out in a new home following a period of crisis, struggle to cook-from-scratch as they simply don’t have the kitchen items they need.

At the same time, many of us have perfectly good but unused kitchen items sat in our cupboards taking up space.

To help with both of these problems, our ‘Kitchen Kit Call Out’ campaign (KKCO) sees us seek and receive donations from individuals, businesses, schools etc. of pre-loved kitchen kit destined for landfill.

We then clean, safety check and redistribute the equipment to organisations and individuals we meet throughout our work in many of Greater Manchester’s most financially deprived and side-lined communities.

Not only does this help to break down the barriers people face when accessing and cooking food, it also saves perfectly good equipment from ending up in landfill.

Many of the redistributed items will support people living in temporary accommodation to settle into their new homes when they move on to new tenancies, thereby helping to alleviate the financial and practical pressures of ‘setting up home’ and increasing their chances of a successful, long-term tenancy.”

What Has Been Achieved So Far…

  • 4 redistribution events have taken place
  • 6.9 tonnes of redistributed preloved kitchen-kit has been collected
  • 70.1 tonnes of avoided embodied carbon emissions
  • 113 organisations have collected and redistributed equipment
  • 446 hours from volunteers
  • 12,000 of estimated people have received help

What Are We Collecting?

From pots and pans to utensils and small appliances, we’re accepting a wide range of kitchen items in good working condition.
Here’s a list of some of the items we’re collecting:
Juicers, Waffle Makers, Blenders. Food Processors, Air Fryers, Kitchen Utensils such as wooden spoons, tin openers, mashers, etc., Pots, Pans, Ice Cube Trays, Baking Trays, Plates, Mugs…etc

You get the gist!

Simply, if you can use it for cooking or eating then Cracking Good Food will find it a new home.



A boxed unused kitchen gadget that has a toasted sandwich maker in it.

How Can You Help?

If you are in the Dukinfield area, we will happily take your donations.

Our first bin is FULL, but we are happy to fill as many as we can!

Just clean out your kitchen cupboards and pop in to see us at:

Adamson House,
Outram Road,
Dukinfield, SK16 4XE

Get in touch with Cracking Good Food by visiting their website to sign up to host your own bin (link to kitchen call out page).

Volunteer Your Time – it can have a lasting impact on those in need.

Spread The Word – share this with your family, friends and colleagues.

You never now who might have a spare blender or set of mixing bowls collecting dust in their cupboards!

Lets’ Make A difference Together

In a world where so many struggle to put food on the table, it’s important to remember the power of generosity and compassion.

By coming together as a community to support those in need, we can make a positive impact and spread love and kindness where it’s needed most.

Join us in our mission to help Cracking Good Food turn unwanted kitchen items into opportunities for those less fortunate.

Together, we can make a difference, one wooden spoon at a time.

a banner for Cracking good food with a row of wooden spoons on a green background with text saying a huge big thank you