The Gift of Giving Back

In 2021, our festive celebrations were all about giving back to some of the amazing people and charities that do such wonderful work in our community.

As part of this we installed a giant giving box in the centre to raise money for four local charities.

We know that charities across our communities continue to need our support more than ever, so our giving boxes are here to stay with a brand new look!

Located at our Cornwall Street entrance, visitors can use contactless payment to easily donate £3 to Andy’s Man Club, Macmillan, Plymouth Domestic Abuse Services, and Woodside Animal Welfare Trust.

Thank you for helping us to continue to support these amazing organisations. Find out more about their work below.

Andy’s Man Club

Andysmanclub was established in 2016 after the tragic loss of Andrew Roberts, 23, to suicide. Andysmanclub currently facilitates 28 clubs across the UK and Scotland, averaging about 900 men a week. Sessions are held every Monday at 7pm (except bank holidays.) There is no referral process, signing in or charge – any man over 18 is welcome to attend.


For over 100 years Macmillan has been there for people living with cancer at their greatest times of need. Today is no exception. Cancer Patients face continued uncertainty around self-isolation and shielding and need support to stay well both physically and mentally. To get support please contact 0808 808 0000. Cancer is not going anywhere and neither are Macmillan.

Plymouth Domestic Abuse Services

Plymouth Domestic Abuse Services provide practical, non-judgemental support, advice, and protection for all victims of domestic abuse. It offers a wide range of support to individuals and families in the Plymouth area including confidential advice, support sessions, and a refuge. Whether you are in the process of leaving a relationship, wish to stay or have left - you have the right to feel safe.

Woodside Animal Welfare Sanctuary

Woodside has been serving the local community in Plymouth and surrounding areas for more than 40 years, taking in 19 different species of pets – from cats and dogs to rodents and livestock. Their Welfare Team work within the community, offering assistance, educating on animal welfare and supporting those who are most vulnerable.


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