Over the last few years, we’ve lost hundreds of user-led organisations to funding cuts within the charity sector.

Equality Together have seen our funding reduced substantially and in some cases project funding has finished completely.

Last year we helped over 4000 people access vital services within the Bradford district and we need your help to ensure we can continue to provide these services.

Fundraising has additional benefits besides raising money. You’re also helping us raise awareness within communities and open up our services for more people to access. We’d love you to get involved!

Get Inspired

We have lots of fantastic fundraising ideas for you to raise money for people living with disabilities in the Bradford district, from impressive sponsored challenges to tasty local bake sales, we’d love to hear your ideas and help make them happen.

Already Got An Idea?

Contact today and make a difference to those facing difficult barriers in your local community

Give As You Live

Give as you live generates donations to your charity of choice from your everyday online shopping, it’s totally free for you, at no charge to us, meaning we get 100% of the donation. Whether you want to use your laptop, phone or tablet it’s free and easy to join, just head over to and select Equality Together during sign up.

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1838 Thrift Store

1838 Thrift Store is a user-led charity shop new open to customers.

We’re always on the lookout for donations to continue our vital services within the community, get in touch today to donate your unwanted belongings and help make a difference.

We are also looking for volunteers to help us run the store.

Fundraising Resources

We’re here to support you. If you have a great fundraising idea and you’d like to talk to us about how to arrange it, get in touch as we’d love to help!

We have plenty of space in our community centre to host all kinds of events.

1838 thrift store volunteer with us in our shop and gain vital work experience
1838 thrift store with cloths and household items for sale